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DEC a 1965 

STATE UBfiARV 



VlMlHtA STICTE LI WARY 



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UNTRUE 



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The Big Diversion Tactic 



DEMOCRATIC LEADERS DENY 



WMl «| ike Ylr^frit BeMk Cilf J«ii't Hmr ftiitfary aMiMM It 






PROBLEMS FEW AT 
VA. BEAfiH CITY A 



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Wi MCK MM»S 

IMTOA BCACH ~ A aoaU 

1|P^ of "fs^kk Beadi dtktts 
h^'iva> sera the inside of flie 
<^ M. And. the majority of 
tfMH wv were priaoDen there. Of 
tsmm, tfie reit oi Hm mmkm 
woe ioly tourii^ Oe jid and io- 
^leettaig iU iadmies. 
, llai^ peeide tod to thhdc of a 
jil as a dek foreboA^ ilniotwe 
winaa i»iHMfs are cMMIto the 
Wifll, bertte with rubber hesei. 
^ If^ Ipeed to Un 419 




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al die tors of ^mimrj «t br 
foiw , there «a ipai lor A|Ab. 
nMoMi «ve 0Nil^ aditreriad, 
6aMMi and ped^ps e««B chaiMd- 
la the wato. 3^ tkiws have 

PUZA DEMOS 
MOVE AHEAD 

BKOdSS A?#IE I>LAZA-Pla- 
«a Boaeieenita held their wcond 
eiitfdzatkaal meeting Tiwedi^ 
1^1^ at Ptua Skcamtery School 
Tw«it:f-<»e penoos attended the 
second mee^, about twice that 
oC the first meetii^ hei'da week 

C Club laesid^ Bfll^HioiRM rml 
tlie l^bmrs d the newb^ fomwd 
orgtmeatim to tfiose in attendance 
and th^ were acoe|ited as read. 
"-^A flie roeetiiig. Jack Sergei* 
WM TOantoou^ eleded C h a famto 
Qfibe msniia^ commtttee 

Eevenw Consnkiiaier Inm D. 

Jbfp 90lGe at the meeting. He 

aiM. '% olBce wiO be \iam to 

, bl|;> peo^ in a^ way to register 

to TOte."' 

I^ynnfaaven OotOKiflman JaoKS 
tiBden and livide qwncitewi 
lArry Iftfdndl dao attad^ ttie 
msaling. but ad not speak. 

President BiH Thomas said doe 
to the hc^y aei^, a meeting 
will not be held tWs month. A 
tentative meeting date has be«i 
s^ for Jan. 28 at the y^ un-moned 
location in the Plaza. (The bylaws 
sl^ate tiiat the club meeting 
wiU be hekl the last Tuesday in 
och nwntb.) \ 

Any person, mate w fenile, 
i^i^od and iiualiied to w)^ in 
local elMtfcais, er wjIUBg^ ^pulKy 
witaa tUrfy da^ ineiifpltoirtkm 
nd aAft. agrees to «i{^ort Ae 
(Ad> and tti cned is el^&le f«- 
menrter^, TlKmuB aaid 

niooaas said the attendance at 
t^ie^sy ni^'s meeting xx^s^^ 
voold have been larger b»i there 
not ben some ecMOfittion u to 
J where fte meeting was to be 
held. llMmas nU. "Some peonle 
^oiMUy tbouidit I^rmd^va Ele- 
fgmtm Sdnol mar the shondng 
c^o-' was tfje 'Pteaf sdiocrt." 

Hfortly iSm ^ cMb first or- 
it was oMed ttirit the GOP 
ip Us actMty ht tiie Haza 

tfie Drar in 
attiieaeat- 



fffangir 

Today die O^ of Virgima Beadi 
is buQting a apv adtftkii \& the 
JaU to better boate the prisoBere 
and briag taaaead oowded oob- 
ittloaa ttwre. ly tfw ^>l» •»} 
boitfii wttb wM^ this city is 
V^mkag H was vfikm to ci^ of- 
fleaia tbH the pr sw nt ^ructnr e 
woukl no killer be adequate. C^ 
officials said fUMifary Ibat %m 
new additlaa sbouM be completal 
by mld4aBua^ spd be ready for 
\t$ tM ai#>er Ihat 



■dm pmiBt 
fi^N^^riaQa«r hagii^ ani tte 
«lbe jsB qliii 

livr said ttie |tf aHorded no 
aa w au i uda Hoi^ anneiK far boas- 
lag juvenOe pflwiiyi IM of 
tbeBBi are int to Obanperin." he 
sakl. "Sut." liarr said, "if the 
^^ so ^^i^atee, or if they 
\agt% omrwdtted a fekn> aiM «« 
to be triad as an adNt, they are 
hdd at the etty jaM." Even then, 
he s^. fee JBverites are confined 
seiVate^ tkm. the Mfailt prison- 
er*. 

TIte (^ jail doem't have ceBs 
specifi(»Uy fM" xdttmry conftie- 
mei^ but tt does have jhIv^' 
cells fw tlte mere imruly priun- 
«rs. Most «f &e p^lMQa*s are pon- 
fined b) a dnraitory type oeH with 
sevoal to a room. And. the cdls 
have nin&uig wirter and uiHKhdate 
toflet fw^UttiK. Ibe ^iaonvs we 
also confined as to Uw nature 
of their eOeiae. B|^ te ea<A c^. 
pivale or «rih«wtei. beds are pro- 
vided far lA htnM'i^* 

Prfann^s are i^ omAMd as 
to sex. Tfae woomb on iba growid 
floor and die men an the aeiptmd 
flow. 

Durb« the eiiire Urtory of the 
dty ^ tele has been no reond 
«l ws suiddqiN by ^m^^ «- 
(rfhnwise. 

Oes^ the &Kt of aoodem fa- 
duties, the ^ Is aol a pleasant 
{dace to qtead ttea. SowewBr, it 
is good to know thi^ the city jail 
is not a "Bla<^ Hole of Calcutta" 
and pri^mers are not made to suf- 
fer human indignities. Tktt cttizois 
(tf Virginia ^^»^ have seen to 
that. ■ 



SharttoWers 



Af^l$ point, l!ie oW familiar saying 
>hat 01© best defense is a good offense, . 
seems to describe the questionMjIe di- 
versionafy tactics being employed by 
Jiome staff members of the Norfolk 
/IrgMMi-PiM. T^e dtiienry of the City 
ofYlrginia Beach, we believe, have 
seofT^N happen More, but we also 
believe It is our duty to keep our citi- 
zen! weM-lnformed and to bring It to 
their attention, just as It has been 
brought to ojif attenlon In the past few 

As we seeit^ all began with two 
separate incideilis. First, a prominent 
Norfolk citlji^ was accused of a "a)n- 
flkrf of Interest." Then, a young teen- 
aged boy, died under questlcmii>le. cir- 
cumstances wtiilji in solitary confine- 
ment at the Norfolk City Farm. ' 

We ^t^ not now, or at any time, at- 
tempting to pass juc^ment of» either bf 
ttiese interesting incl^ts, and we are 
quite natuwiHy sorry that either incident 
happened at til. But It now seems that 
sin^ they did h^3pen,^Se Norlelk Vi^ 
9^n-Pllot Immediatcffy began attack* 
In^ the Oty of Vli^inia Beaich and its 
citizens. In ^fh«t%p#ani 1o be a diver- 
iioiMcy tacthMMgned to take the i^t- 
ti^ht off occurrences in tl^City of Mor- 
folk. - 

__1^___^ * m\Mk^ 

^iM^Nintf annecM«i»y eilMorlit ftJl 
of char^ jjgauiit Democratic National 
CbmmltMrameti, Sidney Kellam. Kellam 
has lin<^ stated publicly the charges 
were without truth or fact. 

Next, a staff writer of the NorfoHc 
Viftiniaii-Pllot, In the news columns, 
wit>te an Item concerning a meeting of 
certain political leaders of the City of 
Virginia Beach, in which additional un> 
called for and t^nnecessar^ statements 
and charges were releaswi for public 
ocHisumptl<»i. These statements were 
m©i/t promptly labeled as "untrtie.'* 
(Tha denial of those charges and 
statements appears In the news ibry 
adjacent to this editorial.) %. ' 

To paraphrase a learn«J writer, we 
ask. Upon what food Mt^ the Norfolk 
Vkyiniafi^liot feed and drink, thal« if 
has grown so unwilHng to give its 
riadors tfie tntfe fads, without emoloy- 
hM ^vmpeii-wp charges i^iiMt a 
n^jhborfaig <ity and its cWzens, par^ 
tIciilaHy yAmii this same newspaper 
profetsos to/ serve tfiat ctt^r and Hi 
cMmns? * 

tn the case of the e<^'torial, the Nor- 
folk Virgk^ani^iM has a perfect right 
and perhaps even a responsibility to 
support any candidate or candidates It 
desires for the United States Senate. 
But, we wish to add that that same 
privilege is also granted" to everyone 
else In the state, including all the citiz- 
ens of the City df Virginia Beach. Per- 
haps QOw or in the near future the 
^Itor of the l^arfeUc Virginian-Pihrt can 



MUKer 




VEROtNIA BBACa - Sbtfihold- 
ers of (be fim aad iperebanU 
Ni4fa»al Baric «f Blehioond nd 
ttie Baidi of Sk^si» &e«^ apjarpv- 
ed a mofar fl| the Mb tMsv- 

Directetfs of tte b«kl l»d p^ 
vtott^ af^roved the me^O' wUft 
jM iequb«k a^Mwd of James J. 
Saxm, eomptr^ar of the c^teacy. 

As of SepL SO, i« Ba^ of S\f 
gtaia-Beach had (Npostti of |ttJ 
fltullta uA First a^ Men^ESits 
lad depoitts of Hflt J n^fan. mak- 
h« a combined tolal of |«U mfl- 
ttsn. 
T^lbM eoBMeed i«aoofees a^ 

wnid be 



be urged to lat, us have 
his "private notk>r«,"'and he will state 
publldy for all to read who he intends 
to support in this free election. 

In tne case of the news item, which 
appeared in the NcMrlolk Virginian-Pilot 
on the nx>rning of November 30, 1 965, 
a reference was rhade to a so-called 
"private meeting-" of city officials. We 
have two questions. First, who told the 
Norfolk Virginian-niot the meeting was 
private? Second, when have Virginia 
Beach officials ever failed to state their 
views publicly on every question con- 
cerning who they woukj support or not 
support? Hardly before the Ink was dry 
-•on that Issue of the newspaper, a full 
denial was issued concerning what the 
article tried to state as absolute fact. 

The r^ws articia suggests that there 
may have be«^ a <Mvisi<Hn of opinion in 
' the appolntrr^ of A. L. Bonney to a 
vacant seat on Virginia Bia^Gity Djun^ 
cil. Had the Norfotti ^M|^an-Pllot 
wished to be fully inforrntd on that 
matter, its staff merrtbers coMd have 
read and digested an ^qtM, which 
appeared in the >Mi||^ WmIi Sun, in 
which the fact was stated that Mr. Bon- 
ney had been unanimously elected by 
the members of City Council. (We know 
they read our editorialvsii^ they have 
quite kindly qu^ec^iwfjn the past.) In 
#!jditlon the Consfituflonal officers have 
stataed publicly #>at ihty supported 
Bonney. So we ask another question. 
Where Is the division? 

The same is true In the statement In 
the same news article, which rr^ention- 
ed*a disagreemerit at one time, con- 
cerning who would be the candidate 
for t h e I iu us a^ Delegates . . AAr. 
Caton or Mr. Simpson. This also has 
been sharply denied, as being "without 
fatt." 

We do not believe that the people of 
Virginia Beach appreciate or will be 
fooled by this or any future unprovok- 
ed attacks, when it is promoted for the 
apparently sole purp<»e of keeping the 
spotlight away from internal problems 
in Norfolk. * • 

In all fairness to the City of N<]trfolk, 
we suggest . . . Oean up your^ own 
back yard, before you start critidzing 
that of your neighbor. 

The Norfolk VlrghUan-Pllot dki pro- 
tect itself In the next to the last para- 
graph of the news Item In question, by 
saying, "There is not expected to be an 
open break as there l^s been within 
the Organization in past years." Since 
that can Be stated as a^lute fad, why 
the news artide in the first place? 

Because these artidi^ which haVe ap- 
peared in the %t^ Virginian-Pllet 
recently appear to%e so untrue, we, the 
the Virginia Bleach Si«^ ^er nrujd- 
thpught and oonsideratipn, decided to 
use this front page editorial to inform 
the citizens o^ Virginia Beach. 



MNTIND FIST-POUN 



VlRGIf5«A BEACH — Within a 
{tNi hours after a stwy appeared 
in die Norfolk morning daily newr 
paper, city <rfficials, including con- 
stitutional officers, dty coimcil- 
mm, and Demo^raUc (rfficials had 
isAnd a sharp denial. 

The story, which tochidsd, 
among other things, a report of a 
tablepounding and shouting ses- 
sion between Danocratic Natwnal 
Ccmmitteeman Sidney Kellam and 
City Treasurer V. A. (Jack) Eth- 
aidge. in what was called a pri- 
vate meeting of Danocratic lead- 
ers of Virginia Beach, has bem 
labeled as "absdutely untrue." 

The text of the denial signed 
t^ sever^ officials, Including Sid- 
n^ Kelltta. read, as follows: 

"The statema* in the (Norfolk) 
Vlrgtalaa-MM of Novonber 3tth 
in whid} it attempted to- portray 
^at dte recent meeting (tf several 
organ^ttai wpporters and dTr 
cials whidi residted hi a wide dis- 
affreonoit, even to the point tk 
Aoutb^ at eadi other is ^ii9oh% 
ly lortnie. 1^ _ ^ 

"brfonrad mect^ d this kind 
are h^ (tftoi f(N- the (xupoie iA 
altowhig ewyone to expren thek 
views te any nanoo- they etoire. 
riMi nneetteg was not unusual ta 

ffhe 4imm a ^ I^annbig 



concurred in it completely." 

Tlie a*(M7 oi the denial, inckrf- 
ing part of the text, thai appeared 
in the Norfc^ Le^r*Star on the 
aftemcon of N(w«ii4>er,30, and the 
text (»ily d the d«^ was |wb- 
Hshed in the Tk^rnim I snue of 
the Norfolk VirgiDlaB-Pttot, with 
no additional c(»nment. 

The original story In the Nor 
folk new^apar stated that mere 
than 30 local ■ D«nocratic "wheel- 
horses" witnessed ttie <Bsplay of 
tmiper, v^ch it said Stemmed 
trcm growing disswMactiM 





27 ITEMS 
ON AOENDi 

VIRQINU BEACH - A 27-ltem 
ago)^ awaits the Qty Planning 
ConatifiBtoi Dec. 8 at IhSO am. M 
the Mjnk:ipal Court BuQtfiag. 

Induded «i the dodtet an a 
propoa^ ta-aUcr pwk, raptMii^^ 
for ^>at^nents and diqdexes, four 
service statkms. and a doctor's 
offl<». 

Souglas T. Mann Is seddng a 
use p«mit to (qf>tfate a trails 
paik off Griedi^r Veek Hoed 
wM^ is south of Sonl^i^e Road 
and east (rf Tslmiuaiili ^«|t 



amoi^ some Or^nbatfoe 
hers. 

The story WMB w«K ott IS 
eissss for die tSkf^i fltew^^ 
rcasMi Mid th«re wm 
because c(mrtitirtlBai offlc«Y 
net invited to a llOHi-plate 
at tile Blac^ Ai^pis "to 
war ^hest for the forthctftning i 
Council electi(ffi8." Aaoto«r 
«! anger Uiat Orpi^atim 
warts wtfe "not coimAed 
the a{^inten«it of A. L. 
to fill a vacant s«it on (^ 
ctt. -• •- -^p- 

An addtloBal rMaon/ 
was the bdief that swiie 
"(Organization wheelhorses 
worked m hard for the 
State Senato- William' P. 
ai ^^ mi^ have 6cm." 

The suffy furttier^^^rged 
there wis ctMcen av«r oritMm 
d the Qg|[giMia?, «id tfu^ aei 
d the e^hfefttias all^d $0 
are (tf the O^Widlllton to n^ 
emisc.- 
The 
durges Oiat sanajaMpbcn 
Organization would faVbr the; 
ing of some preeent Gauncil 
\m% in ^ cHntaig deetieo,- 
.^^ted in JHBe. 1961. and da#a 
in *e memli»»Mp el the PlaMlng 



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cussed wtt <3» mekig &mdi^ 
matic dectfam. 

'fSvtfy one of us Is siqqiorttog 
llr. A. L. Bonnay and the oaier 
organizatioa caodidatea. 

"We know of no tkne wha Mbr. 
Bdb&t L. SbiH»(Xi was a c«di- 
date for tiie House of Delegates 
nor has tt evo- bem discussed tai 
toy of our meeth^. Mr. Sonpaon 
iriioyieartedly suppjuied Mr. Ca- 
ton for this office. 

"We we mnn of the formatitm 
of a dew Democratte dub at Vk- 
ginia Beech and endone the pur 
pose'for whMi it stttids. If/ we 
have j been niecessful politically in 
Virgtoia Beac^, it has been be- 
cause each roenibac at any meet- 
ing not (ffiiy reserves the right to 
exi^os hb penmal views but is 
invited to do an. By ao oper^ng, 
we g^ the b«Mfit of evoyone's 
thinUi^. Hie K^g^tion to the 
(Norfpik) lirgteteafflBt this mom' 
iag that there la any dfaw^-eemoit 
bMipea the consUtotional (dicers, 
U» ct^ council or the otiw ctffi- 
cers iododing Mr. Sidney Kellam 
is erroneous. We feel that the pub^ 
lie is entitled to a repfy kmne- 
diately and time did am permit 
us to get tte signafotfes (d mem- 
bers of the OouncQ Iwt a number 
were contacted by phone and they 



j^ edStti^As's ^itdiriw to 
oMrate a pioli^eBal b^dA% at 
tte \i« tt bwa rt cefsar of Aretie Ato- 
sne afld 9)rd Stieet. 

Bifdex lenfa^ \m been re^^e^ 
ad for Ut acr^ of laml at ^ 
MUtemvoKi of GiBui Hafl Drhw 
aev Dam Kedt «id a pnreel of 
land on tiM scNifii side d LoQ(fon 
Bri^ Road, ei^ of Sb^ Cor- 
an-iHiail , % --'-:;;'. , 

Rom IiWMtBfteot Oo r ptfathm is 
a^kingite dty to iwone lani next 
Vkf^ IVMi^aa Cdl^, aart #f 
Btker Road for ^MffimoA we. 

8y)va Coip. waats a reamuag 
and use prnstt to construe 1S$ 
t^trtmeti units west of WA 
Dw^ Road tmr C%iMse Cwner. 
Hie csBtfaag dso proposes a serv- 
kse itettan In titeane ar«u 

Tkitewater Q&eriA Corp. is pro- 
pt^i^ a SNi^ i^NWlmait ivoject 
oa the south ^e o( Pinewwid 
Drive, WMt of HoDy Roplif. The 
land located Uia« is ah^s^ zoned 
for apartme^ um. / * 

Tixte applicatim^ftMr- use per- 
m^^ ^^ee service stetions are 
made iar: the northwest comer 
df Oriote Drive and Laskin Road, 
at the weston intersecticm of Mili- 
tery ISi^ay and Providence 
Road, and on the southw^ comer 
of Btmney Road and South Witch- 
dwk Road. 




a "rtHannt" tfrouf^ miM 
to do hi tfte OQHto^ 
arkle ^te cbddted oaa 
Hm '*dteacat" ff^m, 
daimed dioae Ci^on af« 




Accwdog to 
oiate, ttie dmial was 
won aa it wu sem by tbostj 
^rned. 

Akm,m the e|v8e w«t st#i, 
however, the IMfdk story inip* 
ed this stitoneat: "There 
ei^ected to be u o^ 
there has been within the 
htatkn k past ymn." 




Cornerstone Ceremony 



FINED $1 



VK^NIA BSaCH -^ John I£. 
Wails Jr. was onvicted \ff a j^- 
oiit C<MBt jury fw leaving''^ 
soenb d aa aixU^ and was flJM 
1^ on Nov«nber 30. 

The- acddi^ aecifrred 
Day a^t when he cdUled 
anodier autoaMb^ near l«h I 
00 Pai^c Av«ue. > '•■ 

btv»t^irth% oWaxr waa IM^p- 
pert^ The ci^ was {^tiseeuwl' IJQr 
RdSert L. Shi^ison, Ojm^wweahll 
Attorney. • \ * 

Juc^e Bdiert & WiAidli Jr. was 
the. praskUpg |idgi 




MAN REPONTED ALIVE AFTER 
BEINfi PRESUMED OROWNED 




VmGSHA BEACH -^ A U-year- 
dd salbr «iio was rqierted drown- 
ed hat ahnert a ]ft(tt wA bdf 
ago tiBiwd t^ i«oefl% to MUmd, 
fIei. and gave^h^naeV ap to Naval 
authMitiM ttittrfc 

Hie st«7 attfCed lidy 7, 1984 
iHMn Jdm Rmdolph Warren, 28, 
left Ms room at the Prince cWles 
8o^ die (b^ he «^ to kam 
ducted wt, to go swkmnli^ afloae 
wbA neva returMd. 

B wi^ presuned at the ttae tfu^ 
he drowi^ but bemuse his boify 
«M BiNr found, ibe eaia- wM 
iNj^ Q^ hi the 



Pol^ D^iartaient'B misshig per 
soDi Bk. 

ilbin WarroD faOed-to return to 
ibe h^ police effidals were 
calkid to. Tliey found Wuren's 
personal bek»#i^^ — a shavtog 
kit ai^ some c^tbhig — 19 his 
room. 

,An bive^ation (rf the ca$e by 
Vk^nla Beadi police revealed that 
Warra, a native of CohinrtJus. 
Ohio, had been disent without 
l^ve from Wadifl^toi, D. C, 
for ^>|i«admirte|y a wMk priw to 

(Ooirftaied Oa P^ 4A) 



(rewth Noted 



^qBCiVOA KAOH - The first 

attie moutliB of the ytar haa sepa a\ 
ni»rd set by Udted Mm^age 
Sonrtdag Corp., aanrdii^ to 
0««ige 0ragas- Jr.i vice- ia«iddent 
{fragas released ^jres wMdi 
slwwed that Bfd Sept. 38, moHp 
gages (H^^ed by United ttiis 
year Mnounted to; ll-lp.? miBion 
up from 1108.8 mffiion to the cocn- 
p»ab'e period of 1964. Tliis is » 
gato d U per cent- 
United who now ranks ^Xh 
amoi^ flie more tlon 1,000 mort- 
g^ banker^ to die country, grew 
to flie ntoe morths to ItU.S mil- 
lioa t^m ^ wMan a year ear- 
ner, a gii^ of per cent 




tlie eomersteae for the new LyaahaveB Maaeirie Lod^e was teU Moniay. liasoaiB .finad 
Vlrgtaria. Walter A. garter, eeeond from left, asdsts Fradi A. aaytea. Wen^|M Blaator of Li 
Ledge Na. 91 aad otter iadge menbers to tfie lowettag of tte atone. Iba 
tog to the andeat cnalMa# ef Ae Maaeate tratenlty. bated aa hear lal a 
wiB caet abeat 18 



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wimmmmmmm^mmim^^mmm 



yw^l» i^ ^N, Thur«l«y, December 2, 



1965 



Back On The Job 






§1 





#4. life Ikitti 

S\^|i(tlit rhiirrh nltli '"- 
C^ta aol Mra. R. J. ^tin- 



voted to c<nUi 



ab 



faite to tlfie wwld fttrdening |h«- 
fram, i^ik^ |9i SHI^ «4 twri* 
for 441 duik #Mrk' to Kow; av 
to dcmate HMO l9 Mr% H. 
Fre^un's ha»r for a Qli men 
I^Fsh^) in MMre cMip. 

Mrs. L. R Aeree wag w^comc 
a* Kx assocdate mer^a*. 

In oftM" IbysJMss a Christma 
p»^*waf p'«n d for Decar-b- 



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lifir B«U 




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PCftr rm iaopb «« twnn dauohtirs 

CHmSTUASi SHOPPim AT ROSE 
HALL. Whert yaucan find the v<?ry htst of ^ 
the new against ttm batkground df the lm>ely 
otd 



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We wM be open effenings Monday thru pri- 
day Hi 9 PM ^untU Chrittmas ^Eve. 

ThurMlay Nights—Men's NiylU— Refreshments 

O^ UofUay Bf Friday ewmngs tU 9 p.m, 
3f 33 Va. ImA IM. Ve. ieadi, Vkf inia 



T0 MEET 

ymomiA BEACB- Tlie Wm- 
en't democratic O* (^ VirMa 
UtA wm bdd m mtammr 
nmti^ at the Pr4iK«as AgiM 
Countfy Ck* to Twaday, Decen- 
ftef ?, 1^ • tacheon at mxm. 

Price <rf a»e Ittticheon whjdi ta*- 
diMlit tif ud Itx «ifi- ba tilft. 

Mi». PtiiUb Rawo, Uie ^t)gr«n 
caatmat, w*^ arreiigfii • ***»•» 

FH>%aiina gifts wiH be exchang- 
•A tfid doof ^izes afwarded. 

lleser«iAa| moit l» made by 
iMday, Sec. ^ by ciOlii^ Mra: 
V. A. MkH^. )«^«33: Mrs. 
Rk^rti Du»^. 43M743; Mrs. 
R<qr IHmm, MM»1; Mrs. Oiapla^. 
U^Mli. ttiWtt; or Mrs. A. Joho^ 
Donto 



[""^di^f oLine • . ♦ . . 



mr msA orirAm 



Mrs. EBifcw B^. wrt-KawTB » mwA VIrgiBia BeadI iunWilvM as 
the friendly efflclert derk in Cokiolal Store ob Slst ^reet, has re- 
toned !• h^ p«^ allMr a )tag absence dve to ffl hMiUu Ben dM 
gets a "trdcsme h«*" frem C. R. Ui«. slaw mma^m .(pialB hy 
Cassairfra). 



IS, M the home d Mrs. R. J. Stein- 
hflbe-, 764 llialla Road at 12 noon. 
Door ways will hs jix^ed in ttte 
Th^a area— d{^ wUl be an- 
nounced. 

Garden cldb nienri)ers presented 
the pr^am — "CSnistmas at 
Iton»"-4iwwtag original decora- 
tkms for every room in the home. 

■Rie Birchwood Garden Club 
judged and awarded raabons in the 
Artistic class to Mrs. L. L. Kee, 



blue; Mrs. N. P. Amito. red; and 
Mrs. J. W. Rowe, ysBo*. 

In d% Horticulture dass Mrs. 
Graytkm E»\y was awarded a 
Uue rfcboD. 



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Wm 



CHRISTMAS 



BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mrs. I^mr A.MlMni- 
as aiuxnince ihe birth of tfidr 
fourth chid, third daughter, Mdly 
Jordan, on Nov. 18 in Norfoft 
Geoerd Hoifrital. Mrs. Ilnnas to 
the former Miss Mary MhM»- Jot- 
dan, daughter of Mr. Mid Mn. 
Jones M. Jordan Jr. of Virgima 
Beach. Mr. Thomas U 4% son of 
the late Vincent G. Thomas of Nw- 
foUc and the late Mrs. Mtoie AlM- 
son Thomas. j i 



WHISPERIMG 
PfNE^GC 



VRGB^IA BEACH - 1^ Whi» 
ptfingniM Gardn Oob HMt tt- 
otatiy at (be home of Mrs. J. E. 
AdMns with Mrs. B^zdbeth Hffler 
as guest spedcor. 

ifrs. MfBo- gave sa sa llg l itwilBg 
talk OB the nt and praeeas el a»> 
tkfuattng artifidal flowers and oeo- 
tahiers. 

Mrs. J. E. KasU and Mr*. Al- 
bert C. Kapa wen fleets. 

Bhie ribbons for dried f^range- 
mmis wen awarded to Mrs. v. S. 
Howard, Mrs. Jack MevdSth and 
ttrs. L. P. Crocks. Red raobwis 
went to Mrs. C. L. Aeklaa aMl Mrs. 
L. T. I^vaite. 

Afrs Addss, Mrs. Navarre, and 
Mrs. John Adams were also given 
blue rihfeons for their horticulture. 




L.|ea1ir.aBi 
aallirs. DenaM 



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SUMDAY. ilECEMBEB 5th 

FROM 1:00 'tfl 6:00 P.M. 

with many -—zi— 

CHRISTMAS IDEAir^^ 

ALL HAXDMAHE 

POOH PECOKAtKM • MAPORTID XMAS TREE DECORATIONS 

# TMU mem •• XMAS wreaths lor HOME or CEMETERY 

• MLOM Mid SCOTCH PINE XMAS TREES 

• RffRBHMiNTS WAL fiE SERVED 

Hum fiardeii Supiily Center 

t%U VROWrA iEACH BLVD.^ 
$mdmMh^) Phone 3404212 



early Manias 

,,^av^ 
the rush. 



ATIANTIG 



HEATiNGOilS 



Atlantic Fnel 



Call: 

Day or Night 

— serving the 
WINTH Largest Qty " 
in the 
United States 

CLEAN 

PREMIUM 

HEATING OIL 



BKIDGE-LUNCHEON 

VIRGmiA B!EAOH — The an- 
nual bri<%»4racfae0n of ^ "Kii*- 
perii^ Pines <Hi^ (M> was held 
at (he h<nne of M^. L. P. Crockett 
on N o v emb e r It,^ > - . 

During the lundieon a |£iinting 
by lArt. S. W^ fafpmm was 
awtttted. * ' 

I^rocee^ of flw day wffl be used 
to sold a cWU to nature caR^> in 
the stSTono'. TIk camp is spoo- 
aar^ by the Federa 
Qlvti U Virginia. 




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Bride-Qect FctwT^^^ 

VIRGffOA BEACH ~ Bfiss Tonda 
Femandes, who's marriage to 
EHfij^ Chastain of JacksuiviHe. 
F%rida will take {i^e on Decoflp 
ber 4. was recen^ Meitained at 
a misceOmeous ^ower givoi iqr 
Bfcs. Thanas B. Briley, Jr., and 
Mrs. A. D. H«)do'S0B, Jr., of Vir- 
ginia Beadi. 



Sl$ganc$ extraordina/i'y 
€rf <p^cM 20/0 ^^^^^^ 



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I 



S I LVE R P L AT E 

^Duchess 



BUmaXfy lovely, thJe ^rvtee com- 

btnm «hKpnce and tlrmlft^ s^le 

with pnMsD^ f eaturei to mal^ it m% 

hefiioom throooh Qpn«!^tor«. Wa 

y I9f#aant hand-chaaed 

"^irvloaa at thaaa bnited- 

■ ^ , J '^ aa an m^j^wrilalad 

^ilNK 




HOLIDAY SAVINGS 

4-FZECE! 

Ripj|a# $^5.00 NOW 

Frank «. WwtACm. ^^7 • ^^ ^^^^^ 

^^^Zmdm* Wo 10% r^ilHi 7m on Gofham S/fvif. 

IRA iN^ 



Y(HJ may also sav* <sh A 
3-piaco Coffee Strvloes 
Coffee Pot, Sugeri 

Helldriyiirioe|t1S0.»lk 



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JMf 



WE BRIDGE THE OAF 




When newceAers move to 
town, our Hosteai greets 
them, and extencfs a wel- 
come, with the personal mes- 
sages of oar fri«a4U]rr civic- 
minded sponson. 

NEWCOMERS . 
OREETim 
Mrs. Margeret lawman 
Hottefs 



^.t.,tMr...*M«.W,ka«tt^^«-^ 
fiartls* lifr. a«tf Mrs. Bert^rt E. »^«M»»2^ 

• ^ - -•- ="— 

•n»e annual Fireaoan's Ball wa* 
^M Sabffday Batt.^^S«»- 
JWs daroe hw become quite pogr 
idar with the Virginia Beach pe* 
pie. I feel confident fa saying fliat 
everywae seamed to be realty hav- 
ing a gw)d time. When a dance 
is ghren and everyone knows one 
another this alone makes it a 
succ^s. J 

The band, known as the Execu- 
tives, was real nice but the acous- 
tics m tihe dome certainly did no; 
help them. Hhtm were ttarws that 
it mafle ti» band sound as if they 
were coftqrialely put of tune. The 
crowd (Ud not let ttiis stop than 
froro having a good tinae. 

Some of the many people seen 
Miere. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dav 
enport. Mr. aad Mrs. tOmbk L. 
CUek, *!r. aa* Mrs. »hj* fafr 
4w. Ibi a«i^*frs. iHck Ho^ Mr. 
aai m^ llabwi Paul. Mr. and 
Mrs, Mfckqr Baiey and Mr. aad 
Mrs. lielvla MadUas. 

Mr. aiid Mrs. KeBy Wee, Fraak 
Bayae. Mr. aai Mn. Mii^me atal- 
Ikici,' Mr. wd Mrs. Jack Maray, 
Mr. aii* Mrs. Jasiea A, N<^a»e, 
Mr. aad Mrs. A. P. Waie, Mr. 
aadtm. 3. H. Naplif and Mr. 

Mrs. Wiley tAm (Juity Kay> 
was very attractive in her shock- 




1. 10 R. M«. MeWa Mail** ^■'J^-'f^^^^^^ 
|H««igh. Mta. «a*tte ScaAewagH, 1^ CW. mf^n, A. P. Wart. 
23 MM. i. H. N.pte and Mr. ana Mrs. Toaey raak. 



MEMBERS AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 





L. to ife iHr. a« m*. Wiley 
alidMn.ll.S;*iUha. 



iiig pink' slifirt {armil with acoer 
scries in gpM.'Tften, as all, men 
know, most b^p^ are attractive! 

Mrs. Metfia J W aHKw was very 
glamorous in a nd lace fomnal 
with rbjoMM lltaps. stole of 
white moEpr. 1*hft *ere inetenic 
with many^c^if* but p^edimaaaat- 
]y goM. Her hair t» ailv^ b^ 
and was. vwy attriicllvely set in 
a high Bttfkn 

Ssm* o44ifi4Mi ware: M% and 
Mrs. Jo lfci naa. BAber Bayaa, 
Mr. aaft^ W^ Ack Bailey, Bir. 
a^l Bfti lelMfk W. MUlgM. Ar.. 
Mr. aa« MBrs. M. <?. Ca#i^*. 
Mr. aai Mn. wn lUl, m. md 
Ml*. FilidllB fc tf u m mmii^ a>d 
Mr aofl Mm. «ey Sent Jr. 

Mr. mA Msl lU B. AHea, Mr. 
mS Mr*. M» W«i«aa. Bfr. aid 
Mis. Dria, Biwini. Mr. ad Mrs. 

mf*t Wmti flH Mk9« 



Mr. 



Mcs. 

Mr Mf Pri- 



1|« and Mr. 



Mr. and Mrs. Aa*«^ PalMt, Mr. 
and »^. W. E. Seott. Rfr. aad 
BAfs. JaMiea Paiwett Iw. aaa Iprs. 
Jea^ liotaa, Mfe aai Mn. Teas 
Marois and Mr. aai libs. ttii%«c« 
K. Pasl. 
Mr. aai Ms. lUkataa CietteMt. 

and Mnolt M. Oapfer, Mr. mA 
Mrs. fmi QoM. Mr. ail Mn. 
CHIf Ittnli • ttsi M^. aed Mrs. 
Graai Pre. 

The^ w«;e mat|r ^kvs, but by 
Out thner I i»m kitHiteceif n^f , 
el^atajed s# I'mfM tSeet Qie 
m^t/v^S* In^wkat pa^ ^ 
n^aes ^i^ sfman r havi rai^ 
done a i^tei norit 

So flnerlinltrybm-f «n out 
to the HiiiQr tfiiM %«# :iie 
>^ear, I 4e WmffOflk I kA»w 
and^oO! love testate' flkkats 
of\aaich attl ataiySBt. .' . . Y-^Mio 
UMw im tt i #,> a di jttrii«ie 
to take the piauries'fnr the ||ga- 
bob t^elicva liK iAe« V a^ It 



9 



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WEDDtNGS 





fta. 



(tf Alpk« PM aoiwtty. K^. Wkm 

tocWc Mtatt whiif W «M a 
mmbm of fw l^prikn K^fa 







RAINiEY-TMlD 

VaiGlKIA ^lACH - Vows 
wti« eiciuaged Sitorday at 1: JO 

Md AMrris A. Ranwy Jr. Ite mar 
riag^ ^(^wuny 1 was perfomwd 
l^ the Wev. WimBm D. Russell 
in First Prest^tariao Church. 

Tht brkk ii tte dM^ter of Mr. 
and Mrs. I^odcve Powell Todd 
jr. of vm Eart Bagr Sim* Drive. 
'11l« bride^tKxn's pveiMs are Mr. 
aad Mrs. Harris A. Raio^ Sr. <rf 
KwmapoUs, Noth Carolina. 

Given in marria^ by bar father, 
ti» bride wore a Qoor kagih A-Une 
gown of ivcvy si&-f ac«i peaU with 
Mapire bodiee wd wedding point 
sleeves of s^mosm lace, her shod- . 
dgr brain was appUqued with aloi- 
eon lace «nd she wore a JuUet 
cap of alenccHi lace with a kmg 
E^^lisb ilhvion vdl. S^ carried 
a nosegay if stqihanotis and' one 

BALTIMORE. Md. - Gregory 
Iton^rial Ba|)tist Church was the 
■"siting Nov. 20 for the marriage 
of Miss Penelope Ann Nickels and 
Sai^ftaoi Douglas WHres Jr., 
USf*R. of Virginia Beadi, fom«r- 
ly rf RkAnifflid. Hie ceremony 
was pwformed by the Rev. George 
W. BuDard. , 

The bride is the^dati^r of Mr. 
aad Mrs. Ridiard F. Nidrels. Tae 
bridegroom k the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Paul Dwiglas Wilkes of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 



rtyal vdiid. „— , 

Mrs. Ronald Gary Davia of Kan- 
m^cdis mrffi as the matren af 
hmwit. DildgmyiM* ^"^'"ii Miss Ji^ 
dith Utiie Rain^. aiMer of tiie 
bride^tram. d Ksmapdit: Miss 
Virginia WIBis Snelllng. Mtoi Pam- 
ela Aim Miller. Miss F^rmoe 
Pnetbw Hod^nan. and Mrs. 
Eteloe Tdsai Lowell, idl of Vir- 
ginia B«acA, 

Mr. Rainqr Sr. was best man 
ftv bis son. QroomffMa war* Ate 
Itotneth Todd and Kemett Jcim 
Todd, both bnAhen d the bride 
am] (tf Vir^nia Beadi; RrnaU 
qary Davis d KannapoUs, Geoi^e 
TlMtnas Lewis Jr. of Oiapel HUl, 
and Jfftr^ Bruce l^iag of Aka- 
andria. ^ 

A rec^>tion was hdd rt the 
Cavalier YacM and Comtry Ch*. 
The couple will Hve at 214 «^ 
Street in Virginia Beach. 



NOMTOLK - Mi^ Jfei|iMliM 
Carter Andrews Md L^ycM Sfay 
Robinsai Jr. were tno^M Nov. 
M at I p.m. in tht GMtua Tam- 
[&, The RwM^ Wtf^i Ma- 
thews perfonn^ Iba cenenosy. 

The bride is the dadgllar of Mr. 
and Mrs. James WWam ^A«w8 
A VirfNa Baach. Tte l»ide^oan 
is the son d Mr. aad Mrs. Un- 
wood Gray Ri^iascm. 

Tte brMt *M Siv» bn mvrii^ 
by bar faiMr. lOaa Beverly An- 
dh«ws of Vli^iria Beach was her 
sUcr's maid d homr. Bridesmaids 
wo^ Mines Soidra KilMurne of 
Prbwe George. Madelioe Miller 
and QMito ^enobitB-. Miss Gail 
Andrews, asdter ^tjer of the 
brid e. yMjuniotLhrMaiBaakl. 

IXi. EiAivno waa but ma 
his an. (kvxmcaaa were Jon 
Lowe of Rtehmond. Alloi Gwuikui 
of GaiaeaviUe, FU., Rick Sted- 
man V^t Jr.. Miles Vipoad and 
Erich Hopodidde. 

A reception was held in the 
dMtfth sodal hall. Aft^ a weddii^ 
b^ to \l1ttamflbarg,,t}« ccHipk 
wiU Uve at mx Arpll Ane., 



^iWmn^tmX - >#. tad 
Mrs. 'Jite B; ItoAiux noouux 
the BMCtii^ of '^^ dau|^. 
Miss Mary Rmdolph Mad^x, to 
Eilwani 6i^ Watte Jr. 

Mr. WaM to tiie sen (rf ^. and 
lira. BdMvd G. Walte of Fort 
^ Ky. •, 



tte t0a^ Mi noarried Oct. 16 
at T:li pm. to Nwvlev Presbyte- 
rian Oiurch. Tim cCTonony, was, 
p^ooMd i^ the Rev. Dr. Wtflaee 
A. Roien.WA Miss Frances Cur^ 
Us of NnMk. and Howaitl C. 
GUrk d Noriott in att«^nce. 

The CQiqile wfll Uve at UBS Rock- 
bridge Am, ki/L SOI, Norfolk. 

Hm bride i^teaded Westamfrtra 
C^Q^e and is a 19ffi, graduate of 
Old Dominkm Colte^e. Sm is a 
memNr of the faci% d Lynnha- 
vai BSanentary Scho^. The iM-ide- 
voaoi attttd^ tfie Uiriversity of 
RJdnnoBd «^«e he wn a mem' 
bo- of Phi Itaka Theta social fra- 
toDlty. Ite b attending (Md Dor 
miiuen Q^^. 



^WUMIA ffiAa»>4llte Elatae 

Trism 2egan md U. (J.g.) B(^ 
Ub Ray Lowell. MSti, were m«r- 
rlad !^. K in the diapel d tin 
Good aiepherd. Oceana Naval Ab" 
SiAtao. The ceremony was j^r 
formed by U. Omdr. S. B. Rich- 
tfds, Chaplains Corps, U^. 

Tlie bride to Ae daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jos^h Framres Zegan. 
Tlie bridegrown is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Uimir John UweU of 
Brazoria, Tex. 

ifft,^ ^iMiila saifiii ftj^pfn if! tnnrriaflfl 
ifl€ 1^106 Wc^ gjYrii 111 Miei^*«|j» 



by her fatl»r. Mrs. Ronald Edwin 
Amldmi was Qiatnm d lumor and 
Min April Ramey of C^tralia, 
IH., was maid d bowr. 

Ens. Ronald Edwin Amidon wm 
best man. Groomsmen were Lt. 
(j.g.) Allan E. Lesage of Birming- 
ham, Mich.. U. (Jg.) Don M. Ul- 
rich of Springville, Iowa, Lt. f j.g.) 
Lawrence L. Lantier of Mason, 
Ohio. U. K»^ C. Schroeder of 
Wauwatosa, Wis., and U. (j.g.) 
Ronakl J. ZioUcofw^ of dUcago. 
111. 



AUFiUNC - MILUGAN 



VIRGINIA BEACH - the mar- 
riage of Mu^ Jane DaK McCUuuui 
and Lemard Alvin Wflkenmi took 
place Nov. !& at 3:3^ p.m. in Oiar- 
ity Mettodist diurch. Tfce Rev. 
Leriie Grace, pa^OT, performed 
the ceranony. 

The bride is the dmi^iter of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. Irving McClanan. The 
bridegrown is the atm (rf Mrs. Viv- 
ian Whit«*ur« md the ble Lewi- 
ard A. Wilkwson. 

The bride was f^en in mjMriage 
by her father. Mte Malva Grim- 

maWs were Mis«s Lois Mcdtc, 
laiaron Brattra and Geneva Wa^ 
ren of Washia^oB, D.C. Misses 
Joan Rodgers aai CyrtWa Mai- 
bone were ^udor briitoniakU. Bon- 
nie Harrell was flow©- ^1 a«i 
Scott Willis was rii« b«BP«'. 

Marvin Wilkarwrn was Ws broth- 
«-'s best man. GrownMnoi were 
Alvin Rod^rs, Fleetwood WUkbr 
son, Ronald N^ghbors. Landford 
Malbone and Dm McClanan, bro- 
ther d the bride. 

A recqpUwi was held in the 

d mitA aocto l hall. A ftar a' wed^ 

~1^ trip, toe Muple win live rt 

dM Okl Dam Neck Road, i , 



Virginift Beach SUN, Thyf«ilay, Q«ww^ 2, ^^ 







" ■ The Irkk was givoi in marrikge 
by her father. Miss Bartiara Kdly 
d Tows(H) was maid d hooosr. 
ft-id^maids were Misses Marta 
Hogensai of Lutherville and Elinor 
Whitelaw of ChwUftiWU 

Russell Allan rapps d \v0xda 
Bead) was best man. Groomsmo) 
w«% Eric Eni^g of Wihtringtcm, 
Del. and Donald EUermm d lin- 
thicum. 
A reckon was hdd at Peace's 

(Plantatioa in Pbomfat. Alter a 
wedding tr^ tfarouf^ Vu^a. the 
OM^le wiH Uve tai ^ MaiaoD de 



PENIWRGAST-GREENC . 

BRYAN, Tw. - Miss Friuicls^ 
^iftme Gretem md Lt. Mak»bn 
Maatey PeodcnEa^ USAF, woe 
married Sabintay to St. Thomas 
EpiKopal Chapd. 

Tlie bride is Ae daughter d Ifrs. 
Jolui ^^wp^ GrecM IV of Brym 
and ttie late Fraidc Whitde Greene 
of Norfolk. Va. Sie is the grand- 
d«#iter of Mrs. Ritfh Smnaooa 
Williams and Mrs. Wtadlred Nbum 
Greene of ^g^a Beach. She has 
coroploted two years at Texas 
Technological College and will ea^ 




DINNER-DANCE 

NORFCMjK — The rnnual 
Christmas Dinner Dance of the 
Supply Corps Wficers Wives CliA 
wiH be heM on DecanAier 16 at the 
Breezy Point Officer OtibJ 

Cocktails wiH be so-ved from 
6:30 to 8 p.m.; s^ the Caadle- 
li^t Dinner will be heM from 8:30 
to 9 p.m., followed by dancing 
until midni^t. 

Dress will be formal (abort or 
igig) for the ladies, and black tie 
or appropriate un^orm for the 
men, r " i*. '■•'^■;'v 
•\ll !%ip(dy Onps (rfRcefs and 
^ir guests are invited to attend. 
P^ice is ^ per paeon. 
■ For reservations call Mrs. W. T. 
Wadworth at 855^^. 



The brk^recnn is die son of 
Mrs. Douglas R. Pende^gaat of 
Lake Cry^, Mfan.. and the late 
Mr. I^sder^aat. He is a graduate 
of JfasfcoU State Oolkge. ' 

Lt. and Mrs. Pendergart wffl 
^Kod the oext two and one half 
yean toii«l*alL « 



Mr. #ad llta. St. Geet^ "BMier Autrane an shown leaving the 
dmidi tametfatdy f eDewtaf thefr weddtag cerenoi^ fa the Uatoric 
RoBgara EpiaooHl Chnrch on the Eastertt Shore. Hie wedding took 
place October 23. Hie WMe la Che fanner Terry Am ^linigm.^aiigh> 
kr af 1^. a^ Mrs. Thomas James MlUgm of GoMva. SwIfiwriaBd. 
Ike hrfil^ieems patents are Dr. and Mn. Otto Atifraac of iBoaim. 
He is tke mphew af Mr. ami Mrs. Rldiard BartMS d the^ayflMW. 
iplMto Ify CMsmdra.) 



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Mthiitr\ 







•■aoa LASKIN ROAD 
VIRGINtA BEACH. VA. 



Gentlemen s Clothing — Ladies" Sportswear 
Qpen Evenings Until Christmas 



i • Hallmark & Gibson • Special Order Books 

• Christmas cards 

#. For unusual Christmas gifts and stocking stuff ers 

Z}ndle^6 Cjifl Shop 

FIRST IN GIFTS AND BOOKS 
2202^ Atltt4ttic Ave. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
, Open 9:3U A.M. to 9 P.M. 



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Mr. aid 'Mrs. Larry Neville Car 
per of Vir^nia Beadi aniuunce 
the birth of thdr first child, a 
dau^ter, Kimberty Anne, m Nov. 
17 at Norfolk General Mortal. 
Mra. Cwper is the forma BiHss 
Cynthia Ann Pow^s. dau^ita- of 
Mr,^^ Mrs/ W. Farley Powas 
of Norfolk. Mr. Carpa- is ttie sm 
of Mr. and Mrs. Jdui H. Carper 
^of N»fblk. ^____„ 



QJaJ)ER • HUBIAK^ 

RIOHMOND - First Baptist 
dwrch in Richmond was tl» set- 
ting Saturday at 3 p.m. for the 
marriage of Miss Ann Justine Hu- 
biak and Donald William Calda*. 
Dr. Tlieodore F. Adams perfwrned 
the ceran«iy. 

The bricfe is the daB^to" of Mr, 
and Mrs. Boris Hubiak of 314 lath 
^eet, Virginia Beach. The bride- 
groom is tJ» son of Mr. aiKl Mrs. 
Vat^an E. Calder of Rlc)unond. 
Given in miu-rii$e by ha father, 
the bride wore a satin gown with 
piping at the waist and long 
sleeves with Uny Inittons, md 
featuring aloicon lace with teads 
an the bodice and on each mde 
down ttw front, and mik chapel 
length train. Her Aoidder length 
veil had a douMe crown d tiny 
pearls md ^ carried a casca<^ 
of white" txiiits, wchid center and 
stepmotis. 

. .H a- mabxMi of honor was Mrs. 
Marilyn Patiano of Clifton, New 
Jersey, and her sister, f^m Pa- 
bricia Ann IbMak wm the maid 
of hoQM-. ft- ide m iak k were &fiss 
Baii»ra EBen Gibson, Miss Jane 
AlUson. Miss Virginia Martin, Miss 
Zi^ma Saiiri, ail d Rictmond; 
and Miss Alk^ Gayle ligm of 
Eropncia. 

Ti» {pw flower girls were Mtoi 
Mora Gewi^tte McGri^, Ifiss &f 



Ian Pa.ka, and M4f( Cm As^ 
Calda. ai d RichnnjoM. aad lias 
SusM Pi^aro d CWton. | 

Tm tm beara was Dontfl 
Calder. nephew d the l»id^P08ii|, 
d Richmond. ♦ 

Vaughn E. CaMer, ^.. was be^ 
mm for his brother. Groomim^ 
were J. Thomas Vau^Mn, diarlte 
R. TaUey, Rlclard B. Grem, {. 
Grady Taytor and Dom^d fc. 
Smith all of Richmmd: and Ledn 
B. Hubiak. the brother of the hnde. 

The recei^ioi was bflld i^ t|e 
dvurch witii a family dbmer ^|i|n 
afta the reception at tiie home pi 
tba bride. • 

After a waklii^ trip to 1^ 
Pocono Mmuitaim m PainayhraBB, 
the couple will tmke Oimr hMribpn 
Richmond. 



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•By ALICE BREWER WHITE' , 




ALISBEE 



Smithfield Hams Cook- • Cheese Sets For Christ- 
ed and Packaged For mas. AH Brands of 
Mailing or Christinas Cheeses. 
Gifts. 

• Delicacies Of All Kinds 

J>eadide fflatiel 

(GROCER) 



210— 23rd. Stree* 



Phone 428-9313 




FOR THE MEN 
Suits, Sport -Coats, 
Sweaters, Belts, 
Walkts, Ties, Socks. 



FOR THE LADIES 
Sportswear, Cocktail 
ClotheSj Raincoats, 
Hosiery. 



¥S5 

317LosldiiR<MKl 

«aOTH/NG WITH A KRSONAL TOUCH" 







JUenfon i . . . ^*/^ 

Ow buyers have just returned from Wrtf York. 



Better come in and select «r/y. 

2010 Atlantic Ave. 
Phont 423-3451 



304 Laskin Rd. 
Phofu 428-5346 



Capes are ootatoly 8ta|^ a 
comeback this aeason. Dealers 
Vera MazweH and Bomle Cadyn 
nearly always kKdude at least 
one to tfieir wtoter coUectims and 
now that the greai Bidmctoga has 
diown his, amigfa said! OHgiBda. 
om of AxtmKa'i-ffcat oMt boims, 
has totrodnced a stuontog cape of 
Qyrta--wfaite doii>ie4i(»d wool 
fleece which ik a w(h^ of tft. A 
practical coat it is. too. bectniae it 
cm be won effective over dark 
day dresses as well as wttfa Axet 
diiuia' and dance cfa«sses. As 
you'iw ped>My otnerved, fashion 
designers watdi currant eventa and 
ceteferities-in4he-new8 for some of 
ilkair ktetts. As we watched ttie 
fkfuris^ grace of Ifis Holiness. 
Pqpe Pairi VI, as he huaUed aboA 
New York durtog his recmt viat, 
we ootd^'t fadp biA admire his 
bemtiful kmg red cape, aa weU 
n Ms s(Ht red me, and wmder 
how k»^ before we'd see red 
ctipes to our Amerkm fashion 
{ric^ure. (We've seen One on Nor- 
foBE chl> Vforoen since his visit!) 
The pattaned topcoai made d 
plakl or SBf kind of dwdied wod 
from tattaaaH to ^befimi is a 
stumiing coat to own. ^xxnxltog 
to Engeala Sheppard. the Haald 
•ftftune's fa*ton expert, '"Itie 
patterned coitf has m^ tte naar- 
vdous fkitterfa^ pa^ wool coat 
kwk less new md fascinating. 
Ciied^ and plakls are not just a 
flaali to the pas. dtha-. Tliey're 
the big fadikm to dl the spring 
collecttons and at all prices, start- 
ii^ at tbe tq> «id gdng ri^t 
doim." Yes, it's time to keep <me 
eye out for coning sgriog (aMaa&, 
toe! 

TBE NEAT Umj: SUR 

ffi aii<dd tniatam ^ one Ihh 
fiiaw m& ptffect^ ooordinited 
b wortili more to yotff lad^n rep- 
utatka ibm a dmea dumges. T^ 
Davldew wit embodies the bradi- 
tion of London, the CoiAunity d 
Paris. ^ energy of New. York. 
Doiped for worom ^^ sitpftd- 
ate tbe aoft look of f ashkm. Hney 
move wtth an e^ stride,- sit 
pw^ftaHy at a me^tog, \ofk ap- 
jni^HiiAe at hmcfaein and are to 
good tarte for inl(»mid dini^s. 
fleia it certwoly the onAsrir kiok 
to wouotn wbo are at fame to 



town «■ eountry. We tove the 
sh«)es of ilie Rainbow whidi Da- 



uaa, «ich as cerise, rasp- 
bery, vfljrmt teal, sai^ire Uue. 
anerald ^reen. pecan as well as 
urban black and mdtsri grey. Ex- 
qpjiatte fabrk» are also featwed: 
Britii^ tweeds, pure Italian silks. 
fine Firench and friah fatnioy are 
sdeded for th^ tondess beauty. 
Stuiming lidousM ere e^edally 
created eqnissfy as fashion i»rt- 
na-s to these handsome suits. Yes. 
we are purtiid to Dayltew »iits 
ba:«i8e dwy are for women vrim 
aK»reciate quality. We hope Vir- 
^nia Beach womai who are suit 
tovera will ^p around and spend 
tti^ Christmas check for a really 
stunntog suit. 



FASHIONABLES 

Mrs. Hurley H. Han«ll, busy 
Soroptimist Ckt business woman, 
walking snartly througn the Trail- 
ways bus areaway in Norfolt 
striktogly handsome to an all royal 
blue outfit with a stimhh^hi^- 
crown wool and felt royal bli» hat 
and a snile so friendly that she 
jasi sparkled h^i^iness! . . . An- 
otoer royal blue faidiion note was 
the tov^ wrapped-a^xjut malme 
turban worn by Mrs. Harry Price 
while watehmg hubby scintitote to 
the male panel mi "The Woman's 
Role In NorfoBc's Future!' last 
Tuesday at the Norfolk YWCA. It 
was the end-offhe-year meeting d 
the Women's Division of the Cham- 
ber d Canma*ce! . . . Mra. Mtoa- 




IBE GIRL BJ THE CBLDED CAGE-ae Is natty encased to a 
fahdevs Jew^te 4|p»"f*d i^idded hetoiet valiKd at Mariy $500,000. 
Ttm faee Mif'tfie loritrae ^qiear m the orrer jrf Vogue's December 
taaoe. Hw Mmet was desi^Bed by Elizabeth Aiden's talented young 
■lAe^p na^ PiMo; It iraa execvMl bf /dtamood-dealer Hany 
H^Htea. md ^loti^airiied by Oe gireui cansera-ar^ Irvtog Pidm. 
Ttmrt are 4M ttaoHais sladiltog the lac^ gflt Mmet idiaped IHm a 
hta4 SmHm'9 fli^ei^qdiie eway ea toe swans of Eng- 
is idao fMtured to thfa is^ m wdl aa a eoQe<«w of green 
tieea tet grew ataMik ytmr 



tiHh Howai^b^,^>^^g on La^ 
Road, wrarii^rNM>acco leal 
brown wool drea touted v^th an 
off-cream wool coat with just the 
ri^t touch d colw— an^-erange 
scarf -; to give her pretty wtote 
hair an extra ^w! . . . Mrs. Maa- 
rice NorOlagw, always with her 
haj^y smile, and usually to smart 
Mack, weartog a peil^ {^xtot(^ 
small Uack Persian Imtto hat! . . . 
Beaman Lumber Company's ev^ 
busy Apes BInA wearing a fetdi- 
ing largish pilHwx of a most rare 
cokx- scheme, violet and moss 
green rl)boi» braided in an un- 
usual design! ... Mrs. R. L. 
(^Niosetauui, busy Cwpe Henry 
Woman's Clutoer, to a recent Nor- 
folk "To Wig Or Not To Wig" 
fashion show, wore a glanx>rous 
hi^ styled blonde wig so very 
opposite qf her own neat-to-the- 
head brunette hair cut is so young- 
ish looktog and just the new style 
for the girls during toe holiday. 
When not wearing a wig, weiu* 
your hair neat sai close to toe 
head a la thei early Twenties Era. 
Very few bouffants for the upcom- 
ing holiday parties. 

FASHION GIFTS Ft>R HIM 
AND KiER 

Any hi^ school or coll^ girl 
on your gift list will welcome any 
of llie VOli^er fashions from Web- 
ster's sudi as: a smart pale green 
apple sweata*, leg fitting wool 
pants wito a smaller-than-last-year 
pale green tweedy purse ... any 
of tiw Boe Jest plaid skirts wiUi 
sweatere to matdi, specially toe 
Ught blue and navy c(ni|bos. l^e 
cable stitch sweaters are especial- 
ly ^aip ... a snuggy red fox 
kerchief-lfte brad scarf . . . beau- 
titol wool sweaters wito Skirts to 
match made to the ^^land Isles 
wito the Lerwld Isbd . . . Sudi 
a big selectkn of bknises at Wdlr 
star's wito tiw now pt^ar trend 
d cap and ^M>rt sleeves, toe shell 
type, too, to solids and prints. 
. . . Evaytfatog is monogrammed 
infcHmative l^jey Parrish t^ls 
us-^nd she's a doQ to wait on you, 
feUas, and very well iitformed. 
... For the small gift, not wear 
tog apparel, w^ve seen toe cutest 
, stickpins <l&e a ctodc winda (bp, 
f<H- instance) in gold and sllva 
(Continued (hi Page 7) 



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IIRTH 



Mr. and Mrs. L. Wayne J 
of Virgtoto Beac^ a^ounee 
biito d toeir sMsnd i^d, avat 
dau^ter, Khnbo^ Ame. on lf|v. 
15 to Ncnrfolk Gaieral Hoi^al, 
Mrs. Johnson is toe forma iMM 
Gaynelte Powas. daughto- of mtk 
aarence H. Powers ef Norfoklld 
tiie late Mr. Powers. Mr. J ahaftiw 
is the aon of Bfrs. Fred H. Smr 
ston of Men, Aril., md the 1^ 
yte. J<*MtaB. ^ * 

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, COUNTRY PRICES" 

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CAMP 

1721 Laskin Road 



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428-595i 



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Everytkihg For The Knitter" 



JCiii'^Mu 



300— 30th. St 



Phone 428^4& 




Loft's Candies 
Bussa-Cardoso Christ- 
mas Cards. 



RushtoH Stuffed \f 
Animals — "Pride ofs^ 
America." / , 



Mens Smoking Pipes 
and Tobacco — Foreign 
and Domestics. 



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Princess Anne Phca 



Phone 340-61^ 



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• Men's Gift Sets 

• Cameras. 



Cosmetics Of All 
Makes. 
Christmas Cards 

# Universal Electric Christmas Gifts 

A G. E. Handy JHanna 



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No. 1 
207— 25th Street 
428-6363 



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No. 2 ": 

34th. ^ Atlantic Aver 
i 428-6467 ^* 




Make your Christmas gifts and decorations 'wUh' 
Virginia's assistance. Large assortment of gifts kf^Z 
choose from. ;* 

iJirflnia 6 J4obhU6 Cn^ & 

2106 Atlantic Ate. 
Phone 428-1 3p 




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WftAPPfD IN A fRCTTY HI 




S«ciirlty - At Home And Away 



A mm'* homt Is $i4>po$td to bd His 
<9$Hc, hwwv^* aiminals crftf^ igr^on 
^ M m0m. For init^K», ^ 1^, 

^mmt^^Mtgiunf and brMkIng and 

«ritw-ing in iH9 Oty of Virginia B«ach. 
h addition, there were 536 cases of 
gt^ larceny recorded, and 1 32 cases 
p auto theft. We do not suggest that 
ail of these incidents could have been 
prevented, but vi« do suggest l^iat a 
grf«t deal of them could have been 
- av^^d. If our citizens and visitors had 
not been so confiplacent, and had not 
^wught, "It can't happen to me." 

Most people are basically trustwor- 
thy, this Is certainly a good thing, or 
Ihe f^p'es stated above would be 
much nigher. But the average person 
gives too many <^portunities to the 
cilmlnel, without thinking of the conse- 
quences. People everywhere should 
make their homes secure, arKJ not offer 
the opportunity to the criminal. Un- 
fortunately there are those in thil world 
who attwipt to nr>ake their living by 
dirfiormt means. Many are appr^end- 
•d. Many are not. The tragic aspect is 
iM vMi ofton make i'r too eMy for tfre 
Criminal to operate. AAost of the ways 
^ prevent a home from being broken 
In^ fall into a cati^ory of tln^^ld com- 
mBn sMse. 

■foo 6^, occi^s^ts of homes leave 
the <htx% and windowi unlocked, 
M^i^her tfiey are thwe or not. Since we 
car^ trust evf^rvone, it behooves us 

' aN 4 ff^ ^^"i^M^^ ^^ ^''^ ^^' 
cure. bo^lTbt WMMbors unlocked at 

any time. Alwa^ k)Ck windows when 
not In use, especially ground floor win- 
dows, and those that are easily acces- 
sible. Police officials tell us that in many 
eaMs of br«Miung and entering in a 
nrtgWaorhood home, they look for evi- 
4wsM of someone who had been seen 
in the area often trying to establish the" 
tfcne Mi method of lieakln. They tell 
Ui that this type of criminal seeks to 
discover the pattarrl pf the resident j 
"^nd to find the weak spot ^or entry into 
ft^ hor^e. filnee we, know we «M>not 
frust awrywe , H Is^ up te all of us to 
make our home^ as invulnerable as pos- 
^iaile, and not offer an easy mark for 
^ potential criminal. A lock on a door 
®r window is nothing more than a 
deterrent, and any lock can be opened 
4^ the expert in a short time, but the 
tinne tmctu»ry to break or pick a lock 



is important to the potential hoy>e- 
br^*-. He cannot afford that extra 
time on the outside of a building when 
he might h% noticed or heard. The 



simple lock then is important 

By the same token, automobiles are 
an easy target, if they are left unlocked. 
The type of lock used on automobiles 
is the most difficult to open, and again 
the criminal cannot afford to be seen 
or heard trying to get the car open, 
either by forcing a lock or by breaking 
the window glass. Too many people 
leave keys in the ignition, both at home 
and in shof^ing areas. The car thief is 
looking for this type of vehicle. It is 
easy to steal. Leaving valuables or even 
something not too valuable in an auto- 
mobile is also a dangerous practice. 
Anything that can be seeff on the seat 
or in the floor whets the appetite of the 
car thief. Another dangerous practice 
concerning automobiles is often respon- 
sible for crime. Especially at night, and 
in lonely places, drivens should keep 
1+ie windows up and t|ie car doors lock- 
ed.. There are those criminals who wait 
silently and unseen at a stoplight for 
someone to come along and stop for 
the. light. They then open the door and 
jump in the car, with robbery or worse 
in mind. 

At home, we suggest "certain rules. 
Ke^ all d^rs and windows locked, 
jind keep the home area well lighted, 
espdcia^ly when one person is home 
atone. Make sure that forcible entry to 
a home will be as difficult as possible. 
Report to the police any s . G;^7cious per: 
sons seen in the neighborhood re- 
peatedly. ' - -i^ 

In an au^mobile, keep windows up 
and doors locked, especially at night. 
Do not pick up hitchhikers. Beware of 
anything suspicious in a lonely spot. 
Keep car locked while not in. use, and 
leave nothing valuable in a car, espec- 
ially where it can be seen. 

We do not promise that these meas- 
ures will reduce the number of crimes 
committed, but we do believe these 
measures are In the best Interest of our 
cWiens. We do not call Virginia Beach 
a city of aime, but we wish to make it 
as difficult as possible for the criminal 
to operate here. It is much easier to pre- 
vent a crime than to apprehend the 
criminal after a crime has been commit- 
ted, resulting in loss, injury or even 
death. 



Industry For The Future 




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will attend the 



KPORT SHOWS PMnm 



BAYSmUiONS 

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BAYSIDE^x— Tfie Baj^Ue Uons i try produced edideDt naeo." 



HEW DQNO 



Ever since we came to Virginia Beach 
some months ago, we have repeated 
over and over our cry for cooperation 
{rf all communities in this vast city, so 
that the city of the future will be im- 
portant, not oniy « a resort area but 
also industrially and commercially. It Is 
rewarding at tliis time to take a long 
look at what is going on now and see 
flva^^^innings of a major city take 



A/^$and more eadi day we feel that 
the rodents of all of Virginia Beach 
irte puHing together, and not being In- 
terested only tn their individual ar^as. 
It is indeed gratifying to see this, con- 
sidering the short period of time that 
f^ai4i(apied since Virginia Beach and 
FrifiCiM Anne County merged into one 
giant cityl 

Industrial development is a slow pro- 
cess, but within this ye^r, much hes 
b^en done, and .development is gather- 
ing speed for the future. The city has 
ki^n fucQMtf ui in luring some small in- 
dustrial plants to Virginia Beach. We 
welcome them and hope for more. We 
can now see concrete evidence pf prog- 
two relatively ivnall industrii|i 
Virginia B^ch are finally 
vay. 

nerdally, thingt are looking up 
-^ke Shopping Center win be 



a »n 



open in 1966, providing many new 
jobs for many new residents. And 
there are plans for commercial develop- 
ment of other areas, as well, including 
the ready-to-be-tieveloped Hilltop area. 

New homes are still springing up in 
Virginia Beach at a rapid pace. Our 
economy has never been better. One 
thousand new residents rnove to Vir- 
ginia Beach each month. 
^ We feel that we have much to offer 
industry. We have a good location geo- 
graphically. There are locations on the 
water as well as on the railroad. Labor 
fe plentiful and the taxes are relatively 
low. Too long this area has needed in- 
dustry, but has riot had enough of it. 
Now real efforts by qualified persons 
are being mede to attract industry to 
Virginia Beach and to the entire Tide- 
water complex. It must be remembered 
that a riew industry that opfens any- 
v^re in Tidewater is bound to have an 
affect on the entire area, and to the 
economy of ttie entire area. 

We are quit^ satisfied with the in- 
dustrial progress made so far,, and we 
feel certain that more is on the way. 
V^ shout the praises of our city quite 
openly, and we know it is on the way 
to t)ecoming one of the major cities on 
Hie last Cc^st. _ 



aub met Wednesday ni^t at 7:00 
p.in. at Shore Drive Inn with How- 
ard Pauley, ia«sident, 'presiding. 
Guest speaker was Cofndr. ThMn- 
as Fortson, USN, Commanding of- 
ficer of the U.S.S. Ridketts. The 
Ricicetts was manned with men 
from ti» NATO^eouotries and des- 
ignated MU*. .' >vr 

Thj MLF was an idea of Uie 
late President John F. Kennedy. It 
is an experiment designed for a 
two year period, which has now 
come to an end; the purpose of 
which is to see how well the men 
of different nationalities woric to- 
gether under one cranmand. 

According to Cwndr. Fortson, 
the RLcketts recaitly participated 
in maneuvers with the Sixth Fleet 
and t*"e operation was "Highly suc- 
cessful." 

Vviten the program started, ssvoi 
NATO nations were represented— 
Gennany, Greece. Italy, Ne^r- 
lands, Turkey, United Kingdom 
and the United States. However, 
last year, due -to the governnnent 
policy the Turks witWrew' their 
oien who were replaced with U.S. 
seamen. 

Ckyndr. Fort^n illustrated his 
talk 'with slides, lowing the make- 
up of the ship: roughly 30% Amer- 
icans and 50% other, orations. He 
told about various c^mlems which 
had to be overcome4or a success- 
ful operation. He said, '"Hie disci- 
pline prc'blem was never serious. 
Because of the pride that the men 
took In being (^osen for this ,ex- 
po-iment." "Tlie food pcvifkai was 
not serious because the shq> car- 
ried all sorts of food that the 
different natioiii^ti^ were usei! 
to." "The difiereiM^ |a pay was 
no problem. It was mxted out 
jby tiw varioiis navM^." WImi F«1r 

ton was asked by the cli& mera- 
bors, "Which made the best sea- 

saeal" his rep^ was. "Each (x/m- 

mtAM 

(Omtinied Fran Page One) 

checking into the botd here. 

His disappearance foltowed &pA 
drownings in ti)e Tidewater ar^ 
in less than a week ani was com- 
pkte until he tun^ up in Miami. 

Warren was reported^ UdtMi 
from Miami to K^ HttA hy Naval 
authorities where bki ^iry wid 
ideattfication are bong chewed 
wt 

He joined ibs Hwy a ^ar be- 
fore his disappear^i^, and at- 
tended yeoman schpol in Baln- 
bridge, Md., before being st^toied 
in Wasiiu^n. 

Warm wiU. more than lik^, 
as a military prisoner, face charg- 
es of de^'titNi. 

Warren's father, PhiUip L. War- 

rai, ,a bakery [dant manager in 

ColuDibus for die Kr(^er Qrocay 

clnin. kad oo coimaeiA to makt 

'oa lili m'* Mag (<xsid iSkv%. 



The U.S.S. Ri^etts is a De- 
stroyer priced at I^.OOO.ooo. 
Comdr. Fortson said. '*Seing in 
command of a ^p with a mixed 
o-ew, until the m«i becane ac- 
cu8t8m«l%^*, proved to be 
quite a long day filled with mixed 
anotions, but ttie ovwall frtcture 
was a very gratifying <Mcper1e*^ 
and highly successful." 

Dewey Simmons, second vice 
president d tbe LioiB Club and 
cluurman of (be mently held 
"Turkey Shoot," rtported it was 
a great success witti 135 shoots 
taking place. The net profit has 
not yet been atrived at but the 
gross over all was more tiian 
$1,800.00. The tivh fill use a sub 
stantial amount* of the profits for 
diaritable activities, including the 
fiurthcoming "iBaifside Joy Fund." 



CLUB 




CONVENTION HERE 
NEXT YEAR 

VIRGINIA BSSACH - Gvic Cen- 
ter Director, Samuel W. Scott, Jr. 
has announced &at, at their re- 
cent meeting in Richmtaid. the 
Virginia Baptist's General Associa- 
tion Mee,ting selected Virginia 
Beapfa for their l%fi^Annual Con- 
vention, to be held Novonber 14' 
17. This will bring ^approximately 
1,000-1,200 visitors to Virginia 
Beach on the abave dates. 

^tt also aonouncai that the 
Vhrgii^ Real Estate Eiounina- 
tksQS will be bel4 at ttte Civic 
Center m January 12-19, 1966. 

ThMHG and DiUiCE 

LYMffiAVGN-A Stnadig Dance 
for ttee terai-aga's will be held 
Friday, Dec. 3, ^ tiie Seatack 
ConummUly Cento' frgpa 9 p.m. 
till midUl^. 

Music wUl be fivnidwd 1^ the 
Little fooAo- Con^. 

Admissio) is TSc and proceeds 
will be for dw bem^t frf the Cen- 
ter for furtu^iings. 

On Saturfay, Dec. 4, an all day 
dinner will be at the Center. 

On t^e mma are chicks, bar- 
becue, greets, ycnos, potato salad, 
hot rolls and cg^iHread. n>ice will 
be H a phite. 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Another 
new Itemocratic didO has been 
forfned ta Virgfaua Beadi, tiiis one 
to be known as M«i's Denaacratic 
Club d Virginia Beaoh. AJMut 
twenty persons attanded the ini- 
M eii«niT.atiww^ ma^tog. Be- 
portedly the new group will b« a 
lunchaoD club, hijfi^ ^f^^ 
meetb^ .- • • -^^. , .j,,^^^^^ 

Elected Pw^&nt^'wiB fihtier 
Tarrall. Other officers are: Frank 
Dickerson, Vice-president; Eugene 
Godfrey, treasurer; and Richard 
Absalom, secr^ary. 

According to club members, ti» 
objectives of the new club are to 
{Rtmake good Virginia fo^wronait 
Uret, and the Donocratic party, 
E^»nd.. 

Discussed at the mating was 
the deadline for paying poJl^es 
in the near future. By-lawsSre 
now being {H'epared for adcptioo 
at ttie next meettag, the time and 
place of which will be announced 
at a later date. 



RICHMOND - "Ae Slate W0f 
way CmmisskM said te its amna}. 
report that *e 19M-65 fiscd year 
"WIS MM of tlM m<Mt signifieant 
in history" for Virginia's lii#N»ay 

Commi^m mmiben sak! tiiat 
extensive progr^s had be^ made 
on inter^ate congtructkm ad tn 
getting started m devdoj«n«nt d 
the arterial newoit, the latter au- 
thorized by fee 1964 Gojeral As- 
sembly. 

Tlie network, within the spate's 
primary system, is being financed 
by new motwist tax revenues and 
iqr regular {ffimary ftinds. 

While some sections d arterial 
roads are being built on new bca- 
network Is b^g devd 



oped drfefly by constructing new ^^^00^^ ,nd urban roads, as 
two-lane roadway} parallel to ex- ,^^ ^ continued devetopment ol 



ttM Canard hammUfy had caOed 
lor^eoaiptotfoa of tiia agtrnM 4r 
vdofinent by MW. 

'*We are raoit anxiaus to awst 
that goal. bat. as we have OttaAf 
rdported to you aaj to OMMiMrs 
d tfie Le^latura. limnd tedi 
muM be piov||Kl fi a% Jg^ do 
io," the Comtfhifcjft iMir* 
t nUs was a rderenoe to tiie Com- 
missioa's 1988^ mapiovvmeA pro- 
grmn repotX, issued in Ju^, nHUeh 
said tut basic ni^>rove(nents 00 
>^rgnia<s road systems will ttr 
quire ^39 miUaa wore <ksiiig 
the J^oeyiat period Aan the |24 
bOiion e:qwcted ts be avaOable 
km exii&ae revalue soiffcat> 

Ttit J\j^ repnt tok) of grandn^ 
traffic (kmands. aod proposed ie^c 
provemsBts on the date's prinMry^ 



iitii^ ones. : 

Some 400 liifo oTdie l,T98iiule 
setwoiic tfe now up to arttfial 
standards as multi-lane, (Svkled 
highfw^s. 

"For tte .first fiscal year of 
tiw aew pr(^ram, $33,943,000 a^ 

aUocated specifically for arterialj ^,„j^ ^ g^^i y^ ^aded June 
it, the C^nnrissioQ ooted Aat m^ ^ ^^^ ^|^ ^ „^|g^ ^ ^ 
work. T!ie amount actually art u% , i^u^j^ system w«e ««npleted 
der contract toMed |47,454.«^H ^ iq uje. Recrat cofoetians 
clutHng some pfevToja aBocafi^J^^ iijcreasad tills teta>% Aoot^ 



tbe bitar^irte and arterial pro- 
grams. 

"Today, in its newly Iwied an- 
m)al report, tiie Onnsnisskn saki 
that wortc moved ahead rapkily in 
^ past year on VirgioMi^^Wa^^ 
state W^ays. 




to these highways," the 
sion said. * 

Hie annual rqxnl contained a 
letter of transmittal to Govenxir 
Attwrtis S. Harrison. Jr., Mid to 



Prize Offered 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Tile Inn- 
keepers of Virginia Beadi are in- 
terested in efforts to make the c^ 
more attractive, ntrt only during 
the tourist seascm. but throughout 
the year. 

At a recxnt meting ef the Inn- 
ke^ors, it was voted to sponsor a 
Christmas Decoration Contwt and 
make a $25.00 award to the most 
attractively decorated commercial 
estafcli^imoit. Hie selection wiU 
be mi^e by a ccmnmittee appointed 
by the president, Scott Sterling, 
and the winoer will be announced 
Deceni6er 17th. '. 

Everyone in the City of Vir^wa 
Beech is invited to parUcipate. 
Contact Mrs. George Leary. 4»- 
8902, Mrs. George Davis. «ffi-9Qei. 
or Mrs. Addie Sykes. 428-6713 t<W 
further information. 



Council Seeks 
Change 

V31QINI.\ BEi^CH - Ccundl is 
considering a change hi fca City 
CSiarter whkdi w«Jld create two 
new positions an the Sdud bmrd. 

The change, U approval by the 
Gaicral Assendily, cou^d possibly 
make way for Ihs^ppointm^t d 
ttie first n^o to be appdnted to a 
major positkMi on any dfy com- 
mission or board. 

The change in chartw would de- 
crease tlie number of members on 
""hs school bnard to sevai. one 
from eadi borot^. ' 

Tliere are presoitly 11 members 
on the board— five from VirgJiia 
Beach Borou^ and one from each 
of the other six borou^. 



The mi-^ report also i>utliae4 
accoiqilishments durii^tlte {Murt 
12 mc^hs toward im{H'ovli% other 
pronaiy. urban and secondary 
roads, Jq planning and resean^, 
and outlined activities d the H^- 
way Departmoif s 16 engineerhig 
and administrative divisions. 



DINNERRANNED 

VIRGINIA 'BEACH ~ The an- 
nual dinao- maatti^ and Sana- 
tion d office "d ^ Virginia 
Beach Chatdbit d Qnmteroe wiU 
be held "Rieeday. Dec. 14. at the 
Cavalier H^l, with ^dal Imut 
at S:90 p.m. at^'^Uiimr.at 7: is 
p.m. 

Charles HfoCidkrs, 1^^ humor 
q}eaker fraoi I^uin, N. C, wiQ 
speak at (Iw fyntr. 

Hckets %re $4.se per p&aon ai^ 
are avaiWhia at ^ Cbanober d 



NOTICE 



The Small Busings Atkniautra- 
tion Ri^oid Olfice in Ridanon#: 
Virginia, plans to have repcesenl- 
ativ^ at Uie Virginia Beach Cham- 
ber of Comma'ce, Virginia Beach, 
Vii^ima tut Deoenber 7Ui b^een 
the boui^ d 11:<N a.m. and 5:00 
p.m. Tlie Chancer of Ctttnmerc^ 
wNl make appointments in advanca 
for anaU tosiBesanen to diseuK 
^A's Itnancid and Malagmeirt 
AssMmk^ pra^wns. 

Fr^ busio^ caunsdi^ ii d- 
fered to thg smsiU busiaesanan 
aad ttiere aAl be a qiedal r^re- 
sMtative fwassat to disous SCORE 
^Senoee Ooi|h of Retired Execu- 
tfvas) ffKairam, and wiU tu^^m 
volialeas 'to 4b loc^ vm- 



SIX INJUBED 

VIRGINIA BEACH - A two-car 
accident oa Virgima Beach Boule- 
vard last Wednesday ni^t sent 
one w(snan to the hospital and 
^i^tly injured five otb«> perfons. 
Ihe accident occurred at MalUMi 
Drive im the BMikvard about 6:15 
pjn. 

Police said Mrs. Frances Bow- 
den of Uie 5800 block d Wood- 
green Road was taken to Virginia 
Beach General Ho^itid with se- 
vere cuts on her face and head. 

The woman was a pas^o^ in 
a car driven by her husband, Rkh- 
ard M. Bowdra, 4B. alien it ooi- 
lided with another v^dde,' ix^ 
said. The second car wn mnn 



by Coteney Bu^, 46, of the »W 
block of ^incess Am^ I^wd, ac- 
cording to police. 

Patrotanan L. L. llun^sm said 
Bowdoi. Bu^, and ttace j^sea- 
gers in Butts' car were treated for 
nunor injurke at Virgima Beach 
G^eral aod were l^er . released 
that ni^t, 

Thompson aaid Bowdan was 
headed west on Virgiaia Beadi 
Boulevard when Butts ^made m 
left turn and attonpted to eq^ 
U^ westtxHuid lane fitma the feed- 
s' toad. Bawdy's car left apf^ox- 
imatdy S2 feet dduA maiis be- 
iue httiBg 8stl|' car near &e 
Mt rear door, oe said. 



C.C.C. ORDERS 
FIVE BUSES 



VmGOnA BEACH - Continent- 
al Trailways has ordered five new 
siiHubaa-dMigB, air<onditioned 
bu%s for its roaia rcnites in Vir- 
ginia Beach for the s{Mi&g of 1^. 

The order was di»:b9Bd Mon- 
day, shortly aftor a City CoukU 
public hearing on an appMcaUoa by 
Trailways for a potnit to ofperate 
a pennan»it systiein d passei^er 
routes in Virgima Beach. 

Aaron Cruise, assistant traffic 
manager for Itailways, based in^ 
Raki^, N. C. saki the i^fw Inaes 
wiS be d^^^red some tkne in 
Mardi or Xpril. 

Carolina Coadi Co. (I^flways) 
hm been ciperating sotk of Qxa 
routes, temporarily, smx 196S. 

The permit i^ipreyed bgr coiacil 
does not alter preasit ro^ and 
gives Trailways exchisive H^its to 
one route tbrmi^ Anigona Village. 
It alsd ghres the eaavny axdki- 
sive r^i^ to routes nMdf serve 
Virginia' Beu^ Oenerei Aispttal 
and betwa^ ^HrglQia Ba^ch Bou- 
levani and Kb(M6 Idand, N.C. fhe 
permU does not alt^ tha preaeat 
rates either. 

Cruise said Uie mw &mc^ vOl 
be usjed on the ip^ th^ oMnacts 
Vkginia Beadi wMi N«fa&- 

No people from §bs (gea^i ptib- 
11c attended the brief brarfaig. 



.■A, If' 



OPEN fpKUUA 

Dear Mr. Lowcothdt 

I have heard maf^ mcfeetiuma 
of appred^tini ^sm fiSt.vokal 
vatrons Iof tt^ w«e|d^ s^es of 
Vi^ia Beach ZQ> Qicte Nisnbcrs 
issued in the Vk^ 9ei^ |pn. 
I wouM hke to t^ tias%iku- 
aity to truaier tfali.prMi^ |Nta 
and the members ^ xair inM 
who have made Ws 
avaibbte to anrfufeik^ 

Suoerdy, 

J. T. 



VmCINIA KACH 

Uttar ^irt WMlllil MBt 4( nttm't own bad^ 

VmOINIA BIEACH Phone <1A a-3^1 I 
NORPCMje UKTATION ■ 



■WUn I^HHNppVlpi 




Hom itm 









HOLIDAY ENTH?TAIN*NG REAOHK 

aB3ANT LEVELS AtilOME WHATEVER 

YCHMi mood;. BE THE PERESa HOS1 

N A LOyaY NEW SUZ«Y HAND TM.a» 

0RK5INAL HOSTESS GONA^. 

SH/a>B 

T«nd 2 pMX» gowns 

When In Doubt — Xmas C^ificat* 





"Ctomng WU:k 4 Personal T^ud^ 
Road ^ Vtt 

»pte Parking « Rmr of Sto 




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IMm Chib 



Ml hwTMllloif Mn ki Um idr 
i«M ^ W. & ante, akn^ 
i4l Mm. R. 0. Vvr^ Wi. G. A. 

ttip iillbi. ;c. 9* Arrta^n 
Mrt Mhi Cii# It « recest 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thuriday, Decefnt^r J, 1^65 



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ii Mmrtiil 
to tHii ^ B^ffioa i ^^E^ aad 
vffl go to ihnoat two w^ vet- 

frqn it » WMl^ipr 

#iiNv# <•«• 
i&iMetf to |M • Mift |ir Onn 
ivlio are dndBed 111 per ewt <ir 
dbled. 

l^eQiiMm wfct^Mtial AicriiMa 
■rt fioirkiel miv ti|i*a«r law 
for moN ssfeM^r ibHblBd v^v* 
an (te aitiq^ tfaoat «Arfa« 
fte.>f*ne 



may total more tim fWI, 
9^ M^vaM niiow AiMtties 
I par eeot, tht lair d^o 
MPiMfi of apprailBMte* 
ent ia te adttteH d- 
pmrlted becmie of de- 

Odiiir 

ente that aie brouilit ateiit If Uw 
bfll jp^TfWff from SI to S y^irs 
tlw^ limit of a dAd attcoding 
iGbocd oo whe a t bd^tf a <tw >fl n^ 
onqr doiraBoe oMf ba paid. f!ie 
aditiaBal alairaooa f»pti» to 
te velerairpttiait for ttoa adiool 
cfaAdlw has ba« ini rmwd io j 
iqOwPo msQmtan qr MIl ^ 

Ibe new lap 1^ naoavcs Oe 
ap re^iinmant Sor Ifsdal ^ 
Honor wumers iHw may aedt ti^ 
eiitdrfWwid fioo a maaA paymmt. 



:.Si:-:"!S 



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k playing Sanfa Clam 
wifhfhese 

SKCIAL 
PUR KlZiS! 




Paul H. Michael. Jr. af 90 Sod 
Sraet. is the dtttwun of the So- 
da! Oonnttlaa flf i^pba At CBie> 
p MTvics tetMiBiir w the £aat 
Cwi^ia QQue$t em 



mm: ArdMM. 90 Ifrs Vimr 
Imb B^ (Mnr. Htm mwnkmt 
«dcsiMd wB« lln. J. R. Braun 
and Mrs. A. 0. MoMe 

ttdai d aataM wd eameOias 
ia to AdMriad C^rdHM «^«ra 
dtan bf C. tana^ auperintead- 
m d Naddk Ofy Park. Ha 
aammt to OMqr fiiariaa bam 
i» iwiliiiiii ««! liwahieMe. 

I^ttM «f«« csompleUsd for the 
Chridmas Party to be h^ at 
the C^vaikr Gdf aad Yacht aub 
on DecendMT ZL Pmr bo nMwt^ 
d ttie dub House d 13 30 p.m.. 

loC flMfflPCTS tin ^IG9iS Ww ^^^ft 

sev«rd boeMs d imnab^^ «^ 
wffl dipia^ boUday deo)ratiius. 
tbt Tidtatko will b^in d 11 ajs. 

tbt d^ for the ckt's big (^ar- 
Mf .^d nushig afigrt— a ^s«t 
fi|iiii| duw card pady-was i^ 
b^ te overafl chairmai. Mrs. 
fliJtoB and Mrs. Arrington. It 
nA At at the Cavatter Hotd oo 
priiiilitiy. Pdniffy 16, UK. 

tta JudgH were faced #ftt aoDie 
p i de a Bknial -tooking "har^^st taae" 
tfraafmaets — leverd "as ym 
mt r' diiefgM aad atiMadh« 
upwhnene d bortteidture. WinAig 
rittow ii«re Mn. Y. A. iMOu-a. 
Mrs. J. A. Eady. Igrs. P. T. Gd- 
hp, Mrs. W. R. Mowoi Jr., Mrs. 
R. a Kight, Mrs. Leon Jdmaoo. 
Mrs Hwnflfoii. Mrs. G. C. Davis 
Jr., aod Mrs. J. C. Feats, Jr. 

. ■ r : 
DGNOCSAnC WC 

. VBlGeilA BEMM -^ Tte Dem- 
.ocratic Woman's CM) win hold Ks 
CMdites Party and luachecm at 
Dooo in ttie RrtaKess Ante Oxaitry 
CUb on Tuesdior, Dec. 7. Mra. 
Bvenm Wilson, {oeddert, has an- 
Boipioed. 

Ridings wH be gwen 1^ Ifrs. 
Georfe Waifanmrtfa. fonner eiecu- 
tfan tiadier at Mawy Hi^ Sdwd, 
and the Midrib Siigiys frona 
PrvK^s Amie High Sdxtol wfll 
a^d aeasaaal sd^stiooa. 




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CVIM Oany R. Udimat^ r^tred N«t. m, adar eeinp>rtiw el as jwks larferal esfnee. ftte 

at a IpMheflB by At hartwiw aHleets d Ft Slsiy. whm he Is pirewtl «flk«r «■ 

rid ai ei ahove (fnet nw). (Idl le rigM^ m SI U. Brtaa E. Leiuid. id. U. Chnis W. impfi, 

OVO Mdiiads. td U. GNfery j. Cleasea aad lat U. Kanedi J. Iledfiiai Bear. (Ml i» i^Mn are 

ad U Bqraa M. Ilaev«r. td U. Jeba A.BBaaea aad Sd U. Peter E. WfeHe. (OIBdd IS Ariav l%de). 



McM N N IS RC riBES JtfTER ^O^ YElUir 



FT. ^ORY — diief Warraat 
Officer Harry R. McGinds, per- 
damd officer and assistart ad^ 
tad for R. aory, Va., retired Nov. 
It dter completing so years d 
acti^ nditary eervioe. 

CWO McGinnis entered the Army 
hi immaj ps, on^I^iiig tfti- 
krf trat^ d R Mwffoe, Va., 
B^mtpKOfy setvi^ Bamtdi, and 
sed!^ actktt in tlu Pad&: iW 



t» d OpeottPKihiilgiWWn. 

With the onad d the Korem 
cooflict. Iw t^niaasid ta the leotfa 
Madry and senwd-te kiR«a ^- 
li^ 1S60. He vaa administidiw 
antiyal tt Ibe.Wretary d the 
,Mnt Sm VMm Natioos, Far 
%Mt CooiMd k lipdi from issi 
until ISSC iQibr M was tranr 
-ferred 10 (|a||i^dkia and trala- 
ing m^ CtibAidd Amqr 



Oonmand, Ft 

Alter a toar d ddy ia Maan, 
(JHQ MeCM^to was aldfikd to 
te Armed Fdtes ftaff Cttcfe, 
Ndfdk. Va. «hera he was tt^er 
in (terge d ^ideM sarriees. Fd- 
bwtag a seomd tow in Kwea in 
IHM4, CWO UcOnids repfftod 
to Ft. aory. 

H^ is a ndive d the I^hvfofc 



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S.Potf#Ch9€k-Up 



Condition of Battery • CooBrap System 
Exhoust System • Ti res • Ajlete 

MiMOR TUNE -UP SMCIALS { 

6 Cyfinder Cor-NOW *5.95 

8 CyHnde r Car-NOW *7.95 

CARBURATOR OVERHAUL SPECIAisi 



tatt 



SCHOOL JEWfELRY 



FrMay 
1*9 




6CylinderCcir-NpW..... $4.95 y«^, 

8 Cylinder Ccr-NOW ^-^5 m^x 

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Indudes --, 

Ai^pnnwnt off front end 
Monet of front whMb 
Otedn and repack front wheel , 
Beorinfl 



Spwiibq foid A diver 

bMutiful chanftt . . . aew 
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Mntetaf* of Yaw 



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— TnMik B. C«z 
— flajrd K. KrllMB 
— NarfaUi OiriaflMi 
— ^WM«raw H'llMa 
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tftACaiTS . 

AND 

CHARMS 

SfaiUNG SAVER 



$2oo* 



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COW Hi aaa REcism atSSp «vp affanear 




• If tP|H»...Vdi»e Clack lade _ 

• 24ld NniES . . . 2 Elcdik Fryfag Poi 

• 34id MHZES . . . 3 Trandstw Sadies 

DJUWIIf<> #0 fce lieW Dec. 23rd .-. . ITou do nof fiove io fee 
pr^l^ Jo Mfin. ^i^f come in wid Rejn'jf erf 





CHEVROLET 



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VILLAGES 

rASTSL 
BEtEt 



NEW 
JOHN 

AAEYIR 

PASTELS 

ABE 

HEBE! 



ARRIVNO DAILY BOTH LONG AND SHORT 
FORAAALS 




\Xm SELECTKM 

OrSbalSkas 
3 to l!M la 16 



iM-iis wmuaim $t. 



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lii^llff ivniAsaN IT. ^^-11 ^ B^ 

toAnmywN i^tfou iRTIL i rJii 



m&& LOST 



AT ISA — tbe Navy repeated 
MoR^ that tmo Navy fliers waie 
k^ from tile carrier pMTestd in 
the liediterrmean Friday niglit. 

Hie Havy ideodfied the tifo » 
L€dr. John HdUip Madndi d 
Vk-ghaa Beadi. mai En. John B. 
toe d WBa^a^aa, Dd. ~ ~ 

itafeei^-se .tti jfld of te 
Pbairfom ir>d filbtor and Lee 
was the {Dane's radar ohservor. 

The |et reportedly cr^ied at 
SM during ni^-flying opwatians, 
accoiding to Mvd o^iab. An 
intensive aeudi by lUps, idanes, 
and heliojpters faikd to locate iqy 
detnis or bodes. 

Bfldm vm^HM anauHa ankdamsMMaH jsa 
OvUi IXlBII wtSI^ UMlUUCn 01 

Figblar S^UKfrw 74. 

t i W ii -nlfirn Ti ii .,- ii 



Kings drant Garden dub 



LYNNHAVEN-"Harved lioae" 
WW the tiieine of the NoveDd^- 
nedii% d the ^ig's Grant Qer- 
den Club hdd rec^y at ttie 
home of Mrs. R. C. Kirkpatridi 
Jr.. hoildl for fi» paeaaoB. 

Thadngving tdde arraa^B- 
meds. udqg Mta aad n^iAabfei. 
h^ed adtti dbbsna hate 



awarded to Mrs. U. U Mv. 
W. L. Moss, and Mrs. J. D. LMrtn. 

C. J. ttayn of Cavdkir itea«y 
demonstrated the laropa ti'thidqi i e 
for pruotog dadwMd lreass(ppB- 
cable to one's ea^ jwd. 

Members and Aeir hoBbads wil 
atteod a CItfMfimas aodd" during 
Jhehdidiy 



Ik 



' W fl * 



Then 




TK|1ttlH#s 



LYTMIAVE^ - everyone wffl 
want to go iMMne for Chrialmas— 
and the Lyndiaven Colony Gardoi 
(Mi taivites dl to eonne "Hiame 
tx the Holidays'' at 2973 Lynn- 
haven drive. The memb«'s are 
dararating the home d Mr. and 
Mrs. R. C. Caverly in the trau. 
tional Da-iiUinas fashion md in 
keepmg w^ their modified Early 
Am^icaa decffl-. 

Holiday house wiH be o^ea to 
the public from 1 p.m. to 10 pjp. 
Friday, Decenber 10. 

Ihis is the fourth year tiie xivb 
has decwated a home for the 
^Christmas lH}lidays aid they lode 
foiw«d to the annual event whidi 
exMbits varimis metlMxis ol dec- 
orating for the holidays. 

Proceeds wiH be used for dvfe 
beautffication. 
Mrs. D^orre^ LiHy, preaifent 

d the club, has annHUiced, "A 

(foor prJbEe wHl be awarded a hid^ 

dckd bdder.* 




nis is a pid«?id ^ origtad "Ndsregiaa Lady" taka ssmetii^ 
before Worid War Two. JFUs statue was fte eriglMl figurehead faito 
the Norweglea sdli^ sidp "Diktator" mA d dfoam Nsrway. wl||^ 
suk eff VMglBia lieaA hi the late IMTs. B was piaeed d the aeeip- 
front OB 2Stti Sired d aaemary ef fteee whe led their Sves to lie 



And Now 



ALANTON aC 



LYN^3^AVEN - At the Novem- 
ber meeting of the Alantwj Gar- 
<ten Dub l^d recently at the Bay 
Harbour Club, a living naemorial 
was voted unanimously in mem(Ky 
d one of its fomwr menAa-s. 
Mr^ Vffginia Dc^ie, m Uie f«in 
of a (fonaUoOk toward the {^anting 
d crq>e myrae trees close to the 
Generd Ho£|)ital d Virginia Beadi 
on First Colonial Road. 

Mrs. L 0. Clark Jr. gave a lec- 
ture and dsnonstration wi the 
making of Ddla RdAia wreatiw. 
^ had on diai^ay many d her 
unique and beautijful wrraths. A 
quedhd and answo- period fol- 
towed. 

Awards fnr arrwfw^ief*- w«-t 
to Mrs. George AMbeide. Mrs. U. 

F. Carap and airs. Hairy Folk. 
Awards in hinticii^re vi^nt to 

Mrs. J. N. Albro. Mrs. J. M. 
Bhom, Mm. W^ne I^rii^ Mrs. 
C. T. Daary« Mrs. Alecawtar Don- 
nan. Ifrs. Fdk. Mrs. E. M. Har- 
rdl Mrs. J. R. McGdre and Mn. 
H. S. Whitefanra^ , 

Mrs. Robert 0. McGrath of the 
Bay ^re Garden (M) and Mrs. 

G. L. nferook d tiie CavaUer 
Gardoi dub were the jud^ 




irtoe Ae ftcfpil 



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^I^i BMdi SUN, tkird«y, Dtamber % 1965 

HEMTS AND HUNTING 



MVOLK * Hwtim iMMn to 
ym m^ but wMi « iHtb bit 
If ^rmi^ it tttd Mi bt open 



AMMg A» iMBirdi 4 iMnteg is 

OM'i o«fa fiiD. or ttat of tnoiha- 
hunter. Not so draoiMlc. but at 
least iteeo ttaei m pmviteBt, is 
tlie tn«edy ol betrt attack deaths. 
mMse te deer, who can rady 
ii7 to outnai tlMta- staikers, buyers 
can t^ evtain pracwtiaRS to 
avdd f lAkig prejr to te risks fit 
Om bunt. Ite« are some rocem- 
Ifwoditio^ from lldewMer Heart 
Aamjttinn to help bring hunters 
l*cit slive. 

F%9t eff. «ik jwuneV this qun- 
fipr De I hove tte heart to inutr 

eaaesrMd alxxit here, but the con- 
d^ of your bent. 

Deer harting often denantfa a 
livel of energy oitfput whidi may 
Iw trifle or quadn^ the level 
at «l^ mo^ part4ime htuitara 
apvale dur^ A« r«t of the yrar. 
Ssbrenei of w^lfaar, change of 
littwla, iti^ teirafai and tte 
atawi sf the ciMSt can levy a 
hmry tax <» tfie brat's capacity. 

fa « ^^iAie scries of experiments, 
liii Mimeiota Heart AssodatioQ 
ffootfy nwMffed the heart stress 
00 II dear kui^Br '^i^ not oofy 
|Ste b|i dasr bi^ who driq^ it 
«at tf mamy woods dngle-hmded." 
K was ioo nwd», tiiegr found, for 
II pmmi of a pre-acreened groi^ 
flf liai ow 40 wiw had no evi- 
teea of haart trbdlde. Hie men 
wbo miaemBk tfie tests had pra- 
/ ^peafy becM examteed and fnod 
^imm iniarwdy normal hearts. 
Wb sbvioas. teralira. that ttw 
to 
of 

Acoanihi^, the most inaintaat 
tpoid from Tidtma^Bmit Ano- 



jMtei biAn |«ii^ yoHr bui(> 
kitrij^ Ban yowr ddolar oi^ if 

BMISIH^f H^fT* 1MQ9 tl tMdl 

ttir ail ift te iibm time nM* 
Ai| iar al bni|pib TUparsler 



# Cooditkn yow^lf M for aiqr 
unusual {iiysical otertta, «^ an 
iao^ilDg schedidt of ourcis* In 
prapsratkjo for the big aweirt: 

# Choose Ugtweighft but wann 
c^hig. to U|ton the toad OB 
yewbestt; 

# blow Bwofk first-aid rules; 

# Be moderatf in eating Md 

(HnkJng; 

# Observe ttm standard safety 
ndes for haodlii^ fireams. 

Rcmeniwr: the biggest gme 
to getting back in good shafw. V 
ymi take as good care of ymirself 
w you do (tf your gear, you can 
CTJ^ hunting for many seasow 
to come. 






199 

Filns Featured 



NOitFOIiC - A. J. fayt and 
Marvin PmA, co-winners of the 
198S Atlanta 500; Jim Clark, win- 
ner of the 106S bdianapoUs 500; 
Mid Ned Jsrrett. wiimo* <d the 
MB Southern 900 tfe the stars 
feslved b> tiie SdbiuiMn Kiwanis 
Chi) sponsored U8S Oittnplon^ 
Rad^ Pikn Slows. 

Tfie shows are scheAded fa* the 
Nwvtow n^ SdMwl audltorfaim 
Satardcy and Sunday ni^, De- 
cember 4 and 5, at 7:30 and 9 
pjOL ead) ni^ 

Att thrae fOnis, the 'OS Atlanta 
m, ladiaupidis SOO. and the 
famed Soulhem MO are in sound 

Advnoe tkhiis at $t0^ts€ cat- 
mOy OQ sale k Nbrf# at Di- 
grams, SOe N. Military U^iway; 
Ite Onek Wi«oo. Hi iiVlaiy 
^iway; PBUps OUs, I8t Seat 
t^tla Crask M; Gfeen<}ifford, 
m East little Credi M; Sonnys, 
aa East Llttie Creek Rd.; Park 
Awe. Oarafle, Conar Paik Ave 
aad Virgiiiia Beach ttvd; in Cbes- 
lyailta at Pete's Driv«-lB. tm 
HaSOxU^ Kvd.; Md from mem- 
ben of the Sobwban Kiwanis 

Daor aAntorioB^ Decemte- 4 
anTf iiis beio set « HJO. AS 
aenrtoe umb tai untfom wiQ be 
idtaiUtol iv fUXt. 



(MSA To Hejil 
Meeting Dec. 8 



lifTRE dtiSaC — llie Norf(A 
iimA &rfltag Association (NNSA) 
win h(M tU anaual meethig De^ 
cember t. IME at the U. S. Naval 
Aiivhl>ioia Scho<d startiai at 7:S0 
p.ra. 

A& maribm and interested po" 
eons m^vffiBi to atOKf-^Tte 
mab agenda Items wiD be the 
dectioo of ofOc«Y for 1966 and 
a re^^w d tiie anociatkm's con- 
atitatkm aw! by-laws. 

Sbwe tile asaociatim's b^innlng 
in 190 die menrfiienh^ has grown 
to V5 with ovn* 40 pa* cent bdng 
U. S. Kavy enlisted persomel. 
Meflibersliip u open to all active 
duty unif(Mrm«l persoiatel. all re- 
tired person!^ (as defined in the 
Armed Fcrces Exchange Rc^da- 
tiom) and officers and ousted 
po-stmnel ol Allied Aimed Serv- 
Pjpgndifntt of -Mndar men^ 
b«s are automatlcaDy "asaockite" 
meniien. 

NNSA objectives rai^e from tfie 
aicouragenmit of rp^r^tkmal 
boirting to the formation d a na- 
tk»al association and to lu^pie in 
having the lowed ma mfce r ^ 
dues oi ax^ similar orf^ilzation in 
the wfMrld: t«ireity-five ceite a 
^year! 

Hie assodatkn U c g mpr toed <d 
three acpiadroM: Saflhig. Pow«- 
Boat and Water Idling. Mention 
are wtitkd to participiUe in, ac- 
tiviti^ c<Miduct«l by aH (rf the 
sQuaw^oos. 

llmre are IS sail brats in the 
Aasociaticm for mmiien to use 
provided tb^ have p^sed a writ- 
toi and aftoat test given by ihe 
Sailfaig Stpiadrcai. Classes <hi saS 
boat bandlii^ are c(»ducted by 
squadron members at no coH. A 
seethile will soon be availdt^. 

The Powo- Boat Squadron to tot 
boat owners. Meniien get togeth- 
er for faoi^faig ocoirsMBS and out- 
^oor acthrities and are eattled to 
yadrt chi) privil^es. 

Tlie Water Skiing Si^adrMi pro- 
vktos free In^ructions uid use of 
sU equipmott for assodatifln mem- 
bers. U dttdred. monbers may 
alao affiliate with the American 
Wftci' Ski Assodatiao. 

AjpfdicsAioD Usaka mi addition- 
al infonuUtoi an avallfdble by 
writing to the PuUlc Infnmation 
QIBa, VS. Nsfal AmfMNous 
School yttie Credjs, 
Beadi, ^1Argh%^ 



KmmumQuff^ 




entebei^^l aA. imb4 



Memben ef Oe VirgWa Beadi KlvMto CM w«t t« sea ea 
If for aa ^4ay ovtoe. Tla^tHp. mto^ by pregnun 
aitollala laf gsed Navy chow Jlfg 
ave: Ctfit. P. P. |Cole, Ctam 

n^m mt^eS r^Brdc* ParrMte. LM^jM^ittnllant IMi 
Kl^ Ttan raOory. Ed NbceB. Saanr itB^ /«« UgtgHa. 
afcliper of the ReqiiiL .noae mtariag (ram Ike pklaate. hot 
Kdam. Ehno' VteraD, Jha Mee^y md Jhai HaL 



mkm} 

Ten l^dtoa^r, IMMed te«e 
ait i:|l pyiB. WriMsil lift la light 
$, dava MUstt Oea I44pe^ laa/NVp 

Pic Cwflsi^ MB ICaipe^ CtllMi 
UH, mi *£B9L m.% pElaaiHB, 
wet §m 




COLTS WW 



A fbur-tMra, 8«an fooAall 
Lea^ was f«tned at Iboroi^ 
good Elemataiy Sduol under tiie 
sponsoriMp of the City's After- 
school Playground {Xt^ram. Meno- 
bers ci the l^gue w^e re^ricted 
to children attending Thmmi^igood 
School. Winofaig ttie league cham- 
pionships were the Colts. 

Memben of the 0(dts t^m 
wa-e: AddUstus Daily (1^); Jtan 
Morrtoette (QB); Ron Miller (E); 
Calvin Oouch (C); G. T. Haw- 
kins (FB); Steve Rosenstodc (Ui); 
Mike Armstrtmg <G); Kevin Gor- 
man (E) ; Berid^ Bamimrain (E) 

and Pete Graham (GK ^ ^ 

t- . _ "> 

"Hk hii^ert satra* and oqptahi 
was Jim Morrtoette with 71 pts. 

Hie CoUs le^M rec<nil was 8 
wina-1 toss. 

The teams are dbktod fiaesdy 
Septendier md they remain intact 
far the eitfire sdiool year. Whoi 
me sport season to aided these 
teams form uiother sport league 
and compete for tint season. At 
tile end of tiie year an awwd to 
^yoi^to the team tiiat accumdlates 
l»inta inaB 



HUNTINfi DO'S 
m DON'TS 



RCSOfONI>-L8w Eiif(Ht<cmat 
Chtof JofaB H. McLau^iUa of tiw 
Vhrgliria Conindnkn of Game and' 
Inland FUierles Itotod tiie follow^ 
ing rulea for faunlers which wil 
h^ tiiem to avoid tiie most com- 
mon vtolirtkns wMle afidd. • 

Alfwa^ ceck your hunting limnw 
to see tiiat it to valid for tiie cur- 
rent kunt^ senon and be ^are 
vol have it witii ymi while afMd. 
U you Inint Ug game be sure you 
have a deer, b^ and turicey U- 
caise. U you Inmt oa ttatiqpd for 
est lands you must have a natkmal 
"forest stan^ and if you Imt on 
^te fweats you mu^ alway^ hav« 
a Aaii forert stmap. 

Dami^ st^onpe are reqpib«d for 
Iwnting on aB public and private 
lands in certain counties. Tliey are 
avaMde from county court clerks 
of tiiose counties in v^iidi tiiey^ are 
retpdred. 

NevttT hunt on |fffvate property 
witiiout peimtoakn regaitlless of 
iHieibor it to pasted or not. T^rc^ 
pass to the moiA piwvaloDft vk^ 
tun dhjring tiie ' 



DMSS SUNDAY 

CBOED6 - tlw Vkgtida Beadi 
I^ngM^ to -r^m^ to l^aAiy 
aAarSDOB ^agi^ ito of tills Sun- 
day. 

Track promote Jade DeiiKg 
said th» trade will feature a stodc- 
gas run tiito weSkend. 

iMU^ said tiie gatM to fte 
tnadi ndll opai at 13 nom md 
conopetkieB «^ get underway ai. 
S pm. 

tbe drt^ stri|) wfll return to tts 
re^dar Saturday ni^ nuis soine- 
time next sffflng. 



Be sure tiiat your shotgin is 
ph^^ ao tiiat U wiB hdkl no 
more tiian S sb^ fai mapKine 
and ch^pbo- comUned. Shotguns 
!i^iidi wiD hdd more tiian 3 ^idto 
cwnot be uaed for hunting. 

Don't shoot fhm any vdiicte or 
wttUn |M yards of aqy road or 
street 

Don't hint on Simday ai^wbere 
iaVhfgjWa. -^ rr 

Don't ood&we to Innt my qpe- 
des of game after ttie da% bag 
limit fi^ O^ ^ledes has been 
obttdned. 

Respect tiia wldies of landami- 

en, sfaice your^uirting (^iportQnily 

jdafieiids t^on tiieir good w8L 



CITY WHE 
TOWUMMEllTS 



VBIGDHA mMX - On Sat 
QMNnhig. Dee. 4tii. b^tairtag tt 
Ml a.nL tiie S^xmdary Sehods 
O^ Pall I%ri»l Edoattim Trnt- 
BSRWOts Witt be hdd. Ttev wU 
la a Mtal id ^le ififfe^ toviM- 
nae^ rtartii^ at Uie same ttne 
aMd0»Aicted at foio- adnol^M 
la^C%. 

. TiMse tou-ftameBls are Ibact^ 
aAntion of tiie Secmdary Sekods' 
Pall grade levd ^ysical ete» 
tioB activity Uocks a- untts whldi 
art cMiducted for nine weds. 
Tkue inito conri^ of 4Mi weda 
of foodamenU skill acquiation 
1^ bowleg of rules and stnt- 
«Qr of tiw uirit TbM fw tile next 
¥k weeks, these loMwledi^ are 
put to practice la Ae form of 
dSM time (^xnpetitioB uitaig a 
janai jaddn ^spa-Ja urname i A to 
at^n tiie ^m dimnpkNi. The 
inuteus chtts dia mp tott med slt- 
cr school to decide tiw ^ade levd 
Ghara|il6n. An All Star Squad to 
diaaan from jwtic^iarts of tiie 
a^ a^od toumamente to r^re- 
sent each scfaod in tiie City Wide 
VaumaBMBts. 

Mb C^kIo Boys Soccer wifl be 
^(^ed at Kempsville Elanentary 
Sdwd; ^ Grade Girto Soccar will 
be hdd at the Kempsvttle Jr. 
H.S.; 9tii Grade Boys and Girto 
S^ieedban will be "run ofT' at 
Kdlam HjS.; and lOtii Grade Boys 
T. FVwdid, a;ad ll-mh grade 
Ifoudi lYwtiba^ WiQ be eihninated 
at Princess Anne H.S. lO. 11 and 
Utii grade Fidd Hockey wUl be 
hdd at Cox H.S. witii tiie Tauns 
dinUnditms at Bayside H.S. 

Hie f^ysical Education staffs at 
the toumamart sites are rMponsi- 
Ue for conducting respective dim- 
inMkios. Laat year ova- aw W^ 
Scfaod stiMtonto were partidpants 
Jaibe City Wkie ToOhiameite. 



f 



PERSONAL r 

Paula Ped Scaitiorough; d«i^ 
tor of Mrs. James A. Cottfai^on 
of 1808 Arctic Avenw, has beai 
tapped for Pi Gan«ia .Mu (Na- 
ti^id Social Sctonce Honorary So- 
ciety) at litery Washington Cdlege 
w^reabe to a fiiedanan owiador. 
Sie to a graduate of, Virginia 
Beadi H^ Scfaod. f . . 



Village GC 

UiflMmi^ -^ 1*6 Novan- 
bN'tna^^ at the INiahcHitas Vil- 
li«e (ke4m Osb was hdd recart- 
ly ^ the home d Mrs. J. E. Dwis 
<rtft MA. J J>. Md^eod servtog 
o cotedaaa. 

Mdlam treads hi arrangements 
ware ihoaansh-ated by Mrs. Mer- 
wyn bow. 

A'trci^ nayrtie tow will be dn- 
mM for tile Crepe Myrtle Meft> 
rlal Hfliway hi honor of Mrs. C. 
R. Ti^Msr, pift |««a(toH of tiie 
dub. 

OueiU wdcomed at tiie meeting 
wave Mn. .Ctfd McGinnes fend 
Mn. JacUe Lewto. 

JudfBi from tiie Vbak Cointy 
M awarded bhie ribbons to Mrs. 
Dafihne Fcscim, Ws. Antow 
Jotaom, Mrs. Davfe, and Mrs. 
MOes Kesbu^. 

i .1 I— P 

* ft •' 

StarOfTheS^ 
Woman's Club 

VlRGBnA BEACH - Ttie Wom- 
afs cad) d Star of the Sea parish 
widi to q^read tiie cwtofn of the 
Advmt Wreatij. Tliey have pre- 
pared ilh»trated directions for the 
making of tiie wreath and for the 
famify devotions Uirough Adveit, 
Qiristmas, and Epiphany. 

T!m iitttructions are offered to 
any cldi) widiing to make use of 
tiiem as it to a ncm-sectarian devo- 
tion. Non-catfadic friaxto are wel- 
come to use them also. 
' A Chri^nias Party wiO be hdd 
with the Men's Ch^ ai Decend)er 
M. Hie l»ii^ and gait^en are 
doing the <to<»ratii% and catering 
and tiiey plai a vay festive txiard 
to whidi all prospective members 
of botii dd>8 are invited. 

A money tree will bendit St. 



' BIRTH 
Sir. and ^Un. J. Thomas Harris 
Jr. d Virginia Beech announce 
the birth d their first child, a son, 
Michad Thomas, on Nov. 23 in 
tiie General Hospital of Virginia 
Beadi. Bfrs. Harrto is the former 
Miss Linda Rutii dark, daughter 
d Mr. and Mrs. William Felton 
Clark d Virgbiia Beaeh^ Mr. Har- 
ris to the son ol Ifr. and Mrs. 
Jaanes Ttooas JiaphmA Norfolk. 




WE'RE MOVINa 



. «,u».f.^ 



ONE OF OUR OFFICES 



\ 



ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1965 

THE ARAGONA OFFICE AT 
4920 VIRGINIA BEACH BOULEVARD 

• : ' :■'- OF . 



THE BANK OF VII^GINIA BEACH 

WILL BE 
THE ARAGONA-PEMBROKE OFFICE 

AND ' 
WILL BE LOCATED AT 
304 KELLAM RD. 

[JUST OFF VIRGINIA BEAOT BOULEVARD] 

THE NEW EXPANDED FACIUTY WU OFFER 
FULL DANKING SEMIces INCLUDING 
DMVE-IN TELLEfl WINDOWS 

^ tmmm F.D.I.C 



It 






<IM' Mpsr n<a«u4'« of lb* Om- 

^btbM}» *» Ckrorfl Gawt 
on Mrnday. Deawpbir 13, m at 
2 o'duck 9- M. at.wlMi ilni 
perrtts will b^Juarid fiir imI 

etc.: 
I. ApptaMsaipMHiay 

dinaiKie: Sl^tai •, &AiMUsnu I— 
S^bdivirioB ft-tomct, 
jafflcary Jfrriifit Ma 
jaae 23, »•» . 

{^ stadl be iRoniM and te- 
sulled at «icb iMates atf (ielA>- 
mined by an agaol rf «m Ytr^^ 
Electric nd Pmm Cea^mif ud 
approved by tiie Board rf 
visors. 

- Add - Streal U^U -- 
]igbts idiall fe (mvUM «# kr 
^Ited at mrii te^tau ud in 
luch mauMr aiA taMi » date- 
mined by^J^lUMtMc m 

|ab<fividtf AlA, iipeo Au^id 
pay to the Qiy lA ooat innlved 
b) intaHatioo flii oaal taomud 
during ttie flr«. j«ir rf dpar i fta ii 

n. AfpBcittM of Baam a a Mo- 
tors Incarpflralad kt a ihtigi o{ 
xoning froBi LlwiKad Counorcid 
District 3 (C4. 3) l» 6«erri Oom- 
merdal District S (€'0 3) and a 
Use PemUt to opefala a gaadlae 
^pply ^tion aod a Use 
to opetaiB 

certain ptofee^ kwated M Ae 
Southwest iirten«etio» of NeA- 
ampton Dijulffaul nd nMsore 
H(xise Road ftm^ M5J» feat 
on the SouNi irie <^ NorthampUm 
Boulevard. ktiOig «1.9i feet m 
the West sMe ef Pleasure mm 
Road, a de|lb of SI1J» feel akfei 
the SooiMfi ftipi^ ttH. itf 
a coisi}iiiKl diatnoe of 43137 feat 
along tile Wafrtera pM9»ty liae; 
Bayade Botw^. 

m. A^^eaikm of Jacquefiae 
Justice for a dhmige ^ 
frwn 

4 (R^ 4) to linaited 
Dist^ % iCLl^sicactm ftop- 
erty located at tfie Soutbea|t intor- 
sectioii m wwffilttL Beach Boide* 
vard mi Hy^ kmm. vtMCMg 
130.10 feet e» Ae SooAi si<to ef 
Virginia Be^ Boulevard. PiiiMI> 
ing 178.92 faat (m die Sart 4ie 
,,M Tcgp .jirjUiiK a depft of 97.71 
feet idong ftt Sotrthera prapoty 
line, 2Hid a distanoe of 1S%M feet 
along ^e ftairterti i»t)pef^ ftve. 
Bayside 






Ka*«V bai^iiiii at • mM 
fM M ffioaa HHiT^^ 
a todf m haid aaijii. lloift. 
•■ pfepeftjf Ifcia (SaaQt^m pW5>- 
ec^ liM of rWMl 1). * «Mad 
dMMMi of Miaal aloi<IIfM^ 
n piwpertr tat, a ftupi i af 
mn fed dH« the SiDtbartt 
property Bae, and a dbtance of 
HO feat abag the iHlan pnflrty 
MjWOD ^ rf wif). 

QL #|AlcMkn of Mrd R 
Fi^ and i#re R. FlAv by Kdl- 
bBt aBv unMn, Auoraeyi ^nr a 
etompr al larim CMMa Ite^deDee 
t}u^ OAiki i (it« 2) to Goi- 
oral Coaaavdal District 1 <G-G D 
a^ cerlalfe iropaity froe^ 100 
feetonfteiatfsideofBbbllife 
Head be^ni^ M a p(riiit W fe^ 
'NaririfaafttKfl*, adepftof 
159 feel along tte Mm«w« M 
SfNtbangNliwrty Bi^ Mf i iMtti 
ef ttO fe^ J^ fl» B«rt»« plMi* 
atty Hk t^mitmm Wm\0 

X. ijmili ■Mmi igial»A. Wmm 
i» • dHaga «l aaiNl iMa IM^ 
4ne« 8i*«i«M SMrlel'l (R-5 » 
«> U^ed OaitfMldet^Miet # 
(C4^ 3) of cat^B prop^ looted 
at tl» Nortliweat interseetftoo o| 
RaafM Mnam aed ^«aft Neci 
Rati PIMMlg « fe^ tMre m 
leas OQ tftalM m itf f3nit 
Nedc Boad« freotN M f e« mora 
or leas «B tte N^vA alda «f Rar 
gaA Aveoue. a di^ of M l fait 
mere <»- kn ahiig ftie Weslem, 
property line, jlrf a wMft of tt» 
iaat vofe or leaa en fta NMiMm 
pmpawf WBBm, y^MKnm mm%m^ 

S. i^nrikidDnolBllaiMtti Frix- 
tA tmt % 0. €oib«3F for a 
change of mta$ ^om BiaMnce 
SitolM IMatrftI 4 <M # to 
Limted OnMnerdai Uatrid I (C-^ 
L l> aad Gemrd Oanmevatf Dis- 
trict 1 (C-Q 1> aod i Uae Pemnt 
I- to operate a gaaOni simply ata- 

Parcel 1 to be 0<« l: Frantiiig 
m ieet en the Seat side of First 
C(do]^ Head bi«iai^ ^ a point 
m fast more or kaa North of 
Laurai Drive, a depth of 325 feet 
alaig te Baatem preperty line 
(30 foot ri^t of way), a depth of 
107 feat naore or iass afamg 
Nortmi property line (said 

D»)g aWSSfffma m Bapei. 

Parcel t to be C^ 1: Certte 
preparer fru^tag 30 faet on fte 
Bast ride of Fint OMM Road, 
a de^ of 207 fart naera or lets 
aloil ttw SeuAem ptapert y Ime 
(Jlorthem property Itae ot Pared 
1). tdeptfa of 377.U feet idong the 
Ndrtt^i pi'operty BHe, aoda wi9b 
tf ffl fan mm m im ainii ttn 



iM« fa«t mmmf*m^ u 
vSl0M fc*h tl Aai If. Parting 
MtoetwtteSaittidaofbide 

IHI Oik *« N«r«i sMa tf »wltec 
direat, and a detfOi el » feet 
al(ri« the S«itora prof^ Bae 
BdvsUa Boraii^ 
m MeMef tKraea Cb 

oi^art m iti&^m w 

dwflB ai|l o^r. tArm% for « 
l^e tMlM to tyirate a gasoiinc 



nnri t: Ike MHieait 
sMtaB d tAqflta iMch 
n^ «i OMMatioK Dri«a 
i« IN fai^ on the mm side of 
«r#ik Beach BoufavM. frog- 
ilg lMi*fa^'il the «ait att 
of OWMMbi.Mre, rn^i^ tf 



3I0'M» rilttte 
flrt|rlH,iBl« width of 



fafet 

property 11^ 
Ika Norttiwest Mir* 




\flrglnta B»^ SUN, Thwr^X*. D^m^^, 1W5 




Ctpi Ntiry Jfoiiill*! Club 



VIRGINIA mfm 

Nod Falhvdl pretfded al IN 
cait me^g of tte C^ Hg^ 
iNttUBi's Cluk hiii at HiF!^ 
een /yne OMiiry AAi^ ]0^«Ma 
«^ Mrs. Ro^ DeBet »ld,Mi|^ 
Rllpk Pfrtlafrn. ^ 

AH RMRJMrt^^ Mii« Uie VirpMa 
State Federation wmg led by Mrs. 
Arthur Jama, 11^ B. W. tMn- 
«rd and Mrs. dlMft Km^ and 

mi 



#afrma». 



ra- I ' Afca d;^ HfJiltiialf!. ¥et«Ws 

dw fietf 

M cflUkMilt 

U|^ wte 

l^dgraiii 

ari aflft a WW. 

Quimt, iri-iO iw 

to Giritf State ^ flw 

ipve the meea- 




ten an aecMK'tl Sr w«dt ths% 




BouUfWd 
m flf Wor A ikfa 
of UlilMito^ aMiM< Ami' 
%lMK«t «iM1««il Ma of 
ttMpflHWKe BaMsvarc, a aif« 
of iMfaat sang Ibb NarUHni f^^ 
0f]lmtm • iriAb el H^JiO 
faei 4m| A» Wtottm ^Npfty 

llM. 

, Parcel S: Iha MaftlwMt iator- 
aaetiaaaf Ind e |p a da « aa Pa a ja o ai'd 
lid Jeridto Boid frortfa^ tgl faet 
Qi the Eart ^de of bukpeitoee 
Baidaeard, fosoting ifUS feet m 
dto JiM«t sMe of Jaricte Road, a 
dvft o< fll.« faet ak^ Oie 
B^tcm paope^ IMa. awl t wMdi 
ot 168.1S fee^davf fe (^riieni 
pipperty line. ^^U^^lkai^ 

XVn. ApfdicaOn ^ Penfeftke 
Sfni^ Aasoehitoa ky Oww ttd 
Gyy, Attorn^ for a Use P«init 
to opetal^ a gnoUne aipply itt- 
tioB OB tfie f(Ao«r&ig part!^: 

Plicel 1: SooiBeait totoflMettoa 
of Independelice Bouieva«a and 
Jea^q|< Street fr(Miting 2ld.(B feet 
oe the EaA Mb Ol Indapendeoce 
Badtni^ bu^iag aosJl faet on 
the Sbimb side of mbob6 Smttx, a 
233 feet along Qie Eastern 
line, and a vdeUi of 20O 
^ Souihon property 




to flw seeaal atNtol 




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or less. Pint 
Bort^^ 
(K R. B. Twm- 
Peter Agaisato m 
iMiioe, dosive and 
ti a purUon w Boee 
aad ynpeadar Ave- 



hf P^ar Agabato B 
for a discoattoiWKa, ^ure ttd 
^>andmim^ of a portiOi af Opi^ 
Aveniw atHgdiiig from the North 
side of ViigMia Beadi Boutevard 
in a Nocttirl^ directiOBi, a (fir 
tance of 3?9 : 
of Euclid Pi 

V.W^f 
send Estate 
for a 

aban(k>nme 
Marie Ave 
nue. Said streets be^nniig at tte 
Sauth side U Vk^nia Beax^ Bon- 
levard md tfttediiig in a Sentba- 
ly direction OS feat to their inter 
secUon with aevelaod Street. Plat 
of Euclid Place. Ba^kfe Bwough. 
VI. Application tif W. C. ffarto» 
for a Use TmuM to operate a 
sewage diapoaai l^rtBra on eotalB 
property bagM^g al a ^mt Hit 
feet more or- less ^orth of Naf 
mandy Avaiie (exiting), a wtdA 
of 5^ fa^ alflRg Bto SaoAon 
property liii^ a ^Bjrth of «» feet 
more (»- lets alMg Ae Weaton 
proporty lite hoo feet East d ht 
terstate t( f|pt of wif n tftf • 
ccnibinid «alaM»-«ef tm faat 
along Ae- Hfl^MSm mi Eaatook 
property Bne (Ba^Ma branch el 
the Elizabeth RH«r). More der 
tailed infoqiptitm availaUe in of- 
fice of Citjp nagntaig Comnuaitoto 
KemfMvffle Boroudi. 
VE ApiVaBoBtf Pater C. Say^ 
: der for a Vae Pernrit to omaMd 
1S2 apirt^eirt uatts c^ eefA^ 
: properbf frodOag «0 fM «»fll 
> or leia «i in Silt: 4iiei df 
' Newtown Mad ^agMtog « 
• a pmt mWa mm or fe» 
North of C>oBtidc Road, a de{A 
of 7i0 feci mote or less aMit 
the gMihem pnqierty Une («# 
divislm of Mwhead). a vm 
of 490 feet imre or less Oaoi tte 
Eastern {mpoly Dne, aid a 6^^ 
of 790 fa«l aMto «r leai alaif Ml 
i Northern propffiQr line. Kempeviue 

Borough. 
. VUI. AppU«gta|'^ Tapo Qa^or 

Sons) by JUUSiNtflil At- 
torney, for 4 ciiaAge of «>oing 
from ReaiteD»Dupfa» liMel a 
(R-D 2) iv ItoMiil OdMqfffeM 



aa««gh. 

XS. AplAcitlRi d IMtod. MoK 
gagee Servicing, Cotporation by 
Mb Faroes, ^tomey lot a change 
ef neng from Ra^tece Subar- 
ban DblrietS (R-S 9) to Limitod 
Goramerctal District 1 (C4. 1) attd 
a Use Pamk to oper^ & sewage 
trealDMot plant on certain proper- 
ty bortetd on tte Sontti by OH 
W0xd& Beadi RmkI, bottkrei &a 
the Eiat by Birdneck &ad and 
pr^i% d others, bordered 6d Ae 
N^ by Birdwck Acres, a SO 
-foot tmemetA, and property fd 
oiiert; toured ob toe West by 
Great Nedc Creek. Ckntainhig StJl 
aa». More dialled hdoinntioa 
in the oHice <rf the City Plannftg 




AppttsafioB of Harold W. 
l^ Mm Jamef. Attoraey 
kg « Aaqge cl zottsg fttm QMe- 
Ptanri^ Bcsideace District (Rri) 
to Uto'Fanriy Residence District 
imi m dto fiBifwtog parc^: 

pwert 1: Lets M, A. and IB, 
Blicit 108. ^lat ef. LakewBod, ^r 
tato preperty located at the SodBi- 
aBrt totoraaeton of Maditprrviean 
Annam and afli SBiaat fianiag 7^ 
feat OB the East side ef lisi^^- 
liiaB immie faonHlg !# faet 40 
& ScNUh siife of 13th Street, a 
2^ d i^ f«t along t^e Soaih- 
m prepay 1^ a width et H 
faet aMg flie &»tei». prop^ 
Une. 

Pareel 2: Lots 33 asid 3i Nftk 
107, Piat of Lakewood. froDtujrSQ 
fail^ iM $oiA tiifa of ^tt m^ 
iMMUit it i p6taf p^ al Cis- 
Blii Aveaae. ft depft ef Mi faet 
Mig die EaatenD Ad ffa^ 
ftopatir Hne*. add a «4<Mi ^ SO 
fan aMg tlw Sitatbmi property 
m,^^0k Baagfe Borough. 

W. /I^lhsatloii of tirtice <kir 



fHrcei 2: Northwest totosectiiD 
of Vii^^nto Beadb Boulevard and 
Qmstttatkm EMve ftxmting 200 feet 
01 the North side of Vii^a 
^Bch &ulevard ai^ tlK West 
ilde of C^oatXiAfoa Drive. A &»- 
tance d 2BS feat itog the Norft- 
on and^iilarB fwoper^ B|a> 

,^ _- ^ Lancr 

Reafty "^Corporaftm (forinar^ 
George Halstead) fw a chmge of 
aeniag frion ResUrace n^ilex I^ 
Wet 1 (R'D 1) to Multiple Family 
Residence tAsMct (BM) gad a 
Use Potnit to omstruct 00 apart- 
mat ipita on certain i»opa1y 
BiaDtog 4» feat OB the Sooth ride 
of Giom Hall Drive, begimifaig at 

4 pmt 212 feet mi^e or l^s East 
of Oceam Boulevard, a depth of 
239 feet nxM^ or less ak^ die 
Western pmpaty line, a trtddi 
# Wt f«^ flMM-e or less aleag toe 
WMlben .feflifr^ UiW, a ^dip& 
0^ 327 fec^ mam (k Ims ab^ the 
Eastern property line. Coirf^iAdng 

5 aerea mote <a lest. Prtocesa 
AnvBoRim^ 

XDC Ai^caticm d Jefierscm 
Professkmal Iiutitutkm^Jtoetofoi^ 
ated by Hunnas C. I^O^, MM- 
aey for a Usf twA^ to ^piiato 
a private mMbI en certain j^op- 
o-ty iftmag m.r faet ea the 
Nordi liUe of Orrale BT^ t^^n* 
ning dt a point 47745^ fe^ f^tb 
of U^kin RcmkI /(around OckAs 
DrmSh Havii^ « d^ af 4/» feet 
alongi^^uMMirpMpei^ faw. 
a comlMl^lstaace of 2SU» faat, 
alaig the ^Njliaiii pn^joty Uae, 
and a combin«i\4lWe« of 4SS.SB 
feet along the Eastan peeper^ 
Ihw. Containing 2.14 acres. Lym- 
l»v« Boroi^. 

XX. AppUcaUoo of W. B. & 
Graxty f<»- a duuige of liMi^ 
fnan Onef «nUy ReaidMue tHv- 
trict (Ri) to Mu^ t^i«^ lies- 
kience Diatrk:t #f» ^ a Uat 
Permit to csirtniit 72 qwrtmeM 
lUdts 00 QHfltxptNM^ AMBlii^ 
16544 felt an % iroHft akfa d 
fWtop Nsid, be^nni^al a pdBl 
Ml fe^^eat d Paolto Amue. 
A eeMtoed distance itf BRS fael 



UhlA siki «plfaatk» fa fflei 4r 
it ^ipeBrtag to *e Coifft thai |» 
taniRflAi Bryant reskled in ^ 
City of Ploebui, aw part of fte 
car 4 fkn¥a^ VbgHH, *d 
tiM^ he «crt ther^em ^ffid 4as 
aal retmid to the Stole far 
y«aa BMeaaaivety. afd hi 
be«> heard d rioce. ail tht Omi^ 
M^ BiOafied faat Ito altpBcaii, 
Ethd Collar Biyisit, iNaH%e Ha 
widow were he in Het IMA B li 
(^DUfflD that aaid ^fficattsB 
of lalfd CMDer Brytort AaB fie 
pubUAad ofaw a weak far fanr 
sticoaaatve weela to the Vkgfala 
BmA itow a Bawapa|%»^M 
to to^ltyef V^iMMplpw 
that notl4 be glveo Wk fli Jl»e 
i«h ikifd itimmf, wm bMHi 
is tvo weeks aftor the final adr 
vei«hMMM af aaid oaltoB^Jl 
say awiipiMr, #» -CsfiiPAm 
hear ev^im» e<Httavfag tSw iJ- 
lagBd slMeBde df the sapp a wd dr 
cedcnt. aad t)ie drcumataneea and 
duntieo thereof, aad tiM Cfarit id 
Areded to piitfahed a cetOfied 
copy of this (Xder as ^ Of^oe 
required in the saM VkrglBto 



(OMdiM*d From Page 3) 

god^toMBari to m^H^^"^ 
pidart colcfa (br (bfenv Ufl^ school 

iwi « ilillii i^r^ P««f» 



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f diNianI and ^^anUy 

Impll. 8e 0m mM*^<^ 
, vepsttt . . . »M we 

^ dpat, at- 

factive yBtoig ■% >*IS» "■• 
iwMan^ Qamam toM far 
^ 1Mb OlltoMeles. tte"vBry 
loweit" »e the gold md sand 
eotton suede levi's, kmg and lean 
lacking and really handsome .A 
British topcoat, to brown and Blni' 
ti^nl bound's tooth pkd d ylft 
aborre^ieknee lengtfr^ lalilrfi 
ia aeiPi IM. iM»efter ant eoB «s 
^ JDator Ualher Jackal, 
toni^ or ear eoBi i^ II 
out iKVwn wtt a hetfvf 
lipini^ "Ouf Inst seSer." ttH 
handame Beii "B's the aew Weal^ 
im U»k faanade la^ber. leather 
wear uddi a flare, ^u taow!" . . 



frtoeda who wait to 

a ftar^ •* !*• 
CfattteCiMd^ll find drinMag 
minmk matchtog aahthiys. tea- 
tfitfod outside ... a lH>oii:y k^- 
Itte viae bottle feather covered 
aad rraddng like a duck with a 
k)^ neck and ruby lyea yet! FA- 
diM 13€iO shMs with tapered 
bodices to Oxford cl(^ to sun- 
Iwrat (klaia fflce deft^Ms (u'uige, 
^hnbti) «)d if a l^irfHirst shirt 
doesn't «dear yeu to Tliat Very 
One. then try a bottle of Mty one 

of tbeae caoasaatfea: L«dDB L9BM. 
Jade Eaat. ^gtai Ue, or Lea MB- 
ian Freodi D^d(Hnat^pies. T^ 

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tht Y^nia Beaeh Zeaa^ 9kti 
dkg$m M conduct a I^^ 
Hearing (» Manday, December 6. 
1965, at 8 pf.nr. in the B/^n^pal 
Court Building at City Bd, Prir 
cess Ame Stadm, Vfa^a Bmch, 
Vii^ite. Hie foUowing q^)lica- 
tons wUl appear m the 

Cue I. James N. Berry 
a variance of 40 feet from re- 
q^ed 70 fert to 21 feet on front 
setback ^efLoto fi «id flC ttofih 
•t EocBd i^aee. pfwad SImlk saA 
HcM-ace Avenue. Bayskle l^rragd. 

Case n. L & Constructiois 
GoRq)ttQr reqin^ a vlo^utoe d 
IS (eet from reepdred 50 feet to 3^ 
feet front setback of Lot H, Park- 
vfav Wmnr, Water's Edge Road. 
Lynnhavra Dorouipu 

C^sa 01 Martin C. Jwmm rr^ 
quMts a varamee of 10 feet tnin 
fetfired 30 feet to 20 teat fanM 
setttacfe on Lot 204. Seef|| V 
Lynnhava Cokny, on 
Rm(L Lyna^en Colony. 

ALL AflOJGANlS MU^f t^ 

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the folhndng perw: 

Parcel t to k* C-G'fc Frmttag 
95 f eet on Ae SaiA ^de of BoadV 
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f^ert H. &. OHvar Nad %i*n established for 5 

ye«'t ... ' ^ 

!ta#lk eii ^fOfWlng as a center of east coast trade. 
RaUwaj^ and canals brou^t die i^'adQato of imiftem 
inif lajie port. In ttiose yeals ^to: the war, Hei^lk 
eilllgipg anew. H. D. OUver, lao was growiar 
v^^mtl^ community's needs by ptenWig the fiaaet 
«f burial and hiMH faryices. 

IN19 lltavfdIk'Jii iUmpton ioad^ afapda ift odi ef tiis 
^PWld'a gpeat ports. Ships brfag <h^ varied cai^^Ms b 
lOd aulelany tiioes each day* . . . li P. Oliver attre> 
maina m the finot in itolMi with, ill fine luaaa^ tte-- 
ne««eat at^AOagMII Biflll .v • -1^^ th« JsHMBtoiity 
iritt mai^ aad dtgiAed burial,^ funeM services 
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BKttiOND " A ma 9i m 

let oontasi^ont ^irt^h^ aSf wt 

Ite vihim.. warn m amd 
yov te t^ lor ihe on^nU* 

tte ta«ir^i«% arlifUl, raedar pri- 
amrf, ditn ml aMsorar ^n- 



Sit rafleeU a ihorUif^ to feda-al 
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advHFtiMiaeat of acme |& mll- 
UtD tai tatinUiie coDstractkn tiiat 
lad bwi pkonsd for tiw oirrait 






Ai ttMit |^Mi»9 is not »M ... ana evei^ potato uMoi to the Mck 
is Ml i^ay« a ^nil Exontne fdctu^ Aow ... can you tdl ntkh 
Is Ite ml potato? Had heard ttf folks fiodiiig iwis i» & h^ged po- 
talocc; and. uifortematdy, it aeenM to be true. Your pmVls^* UKM§t 
c^Ri^iter, «b)w diore's inchide ^ttttg aupftr Htf^ fouad It tan- 
poo^ to p«ri the om OB the kft . . . 
Early BMb: 

A very cMetat bouMwtte ivho unwOy gets iq» e«r^ ud upoa 
mliani her soa ^ biabkid dtepeoA to grt tem gou^ at the proper 
tttM, thou;^ dK (n'^tleipt me mimiteg receniQy. She hurtiedly roimd 
the ittotf^o, and «Me ^ was preparing breaitiairt, Ac asked the 
aao to get the moniiag ^sper. He went out ^ freat don- but came 
inditt a bn^Iteed kMk. 'There no nanpaper yet," he said, 
thee added, "aire is Oark out there." And at Sitt ttwy al looked at 
tile ckKk. mat watf supposed to be t:l6. wae in mo^ ^:3» a.aa.1 
gi y my BaaiiAah! - 

ABMmg the most popular fathrids in the Jewlrii reSgkws cidenkr 
k HuM^dcah and k rudcs se<tffld only to Pasaovtf rn hMi»4cal signtfi- 
canoe. This festliral of lib^atirat cdelHtites ^ routii^ ol the armies 
U ibe daapot Antbchus by J4id^ Maccabee sad his foibvers. When 
altered ^rusalem and found the 1%fn|de profaned and ha'f ruined 
^y cleared tiw courts of all ddi»ris and the Jefws purtfied the sanctuary 
On the Stti day (rf Kslev, Judah redecbcated the Tmni^ m Mount 
ZiM. H^tod tlw great menorah, clKeni inoeitte at Uie foUoi altasi. 
and brought fauEneoCfwini^ to the atto- of sacrnoei. 

la o omma n m atlop. 3udA decreed^ that or dMi sane day every 
|«9r uati the end of time,' the Jews were to ceMvate Ranikkah for 

• di9aL U^ are kinctod nightly durtaig this p«1od as soon as the 
^Mm aipear. and a new U^ is addedle ttie others each night 

♦ I S a J M tivri . Ihus IfaMddnh is koo^ as iie Festival of Li^bte. 

« Iha HanuidDah lanip is a tbrandied mei!ir«i-.<ne representing 
ea<^ o( the I day* d the festival, 1h» tMU mmB m te «»My«"«»r 
the *%s^rittr or pik>t Mght nMi itait flame the ^ther eao^ 

iaw» <f tka mtfitm nam m i gX^e latf thwpt tiM leria| thi$ 
hapf^ Mfilay saiKtt mxt BmfJ(»m h-iends wikid ^ sharing tfato 
knowledge with «oae cetebratli« ChrJsknas. 

Soft hoUdsys have re!ii^oQs ^iflcanoe m wsO as hiatoricsl badt- 
gfamitpm is a happy time of yeai- v/hm brotherhood ad ttie «x- 
dm§t of kieai shouU be glared airi enjoyed by i& 



.a! ,VjAlac:|M 
ropaia, wh^ ineWis US 
fi«tes a,* and 4» hulodtbwtM 
l^irgWa. > I 

^ b temt ca^, die prt^ach ar^ 
T 'B flnai ti^es of r^-irf^way 
a^ Wtion, engtaecdi^ nd dasiyi- 
!« ^ miking tfie M« h^^ 



.s.. ..;d Btoihjfyge caui. 
Md bterstate 15 (the §hk)sy big 
m^f) in iyezaadria mi Ariingtn 

1%s llit^alao Inc' des urban '' 
Ix VleT^ia, A]«uuidria, Slana 
saj. Warrenttt^ Bedford, F 
^le. RoaaokeJ Newport Nerv 



Stdl. 13 taientate projects eac- 
PkM to cost mX^JM are hi- 
doM on tfie Bit.' Worte wffl la- 
dude con^nu^n {Ejects fct 
tbaat 18 nules, and landscape 
{dttriiag <m i^proxiniatidy 17 



A tHtMdEdoim of {NTojects tenta- 
thrdy listed' for the other road 
systons is as fplkyws: 

Artnld primisu7 >~ 18 {rejects 
totaling IS.8 sullion. In^h^ 
111.4 mUlim i<f AHNUadiian de- 

Re^ihr pimary — M {noj^ts 
totidic^ |8.2 m^ioo, induding 
$600,000 kr Appalachian work. 

Urban — 17 projects titaountii^ 
to 18.8 ndlkm. 

Seondary — 83 fHrojegts «$<ct- 
ed to cost ^.S milMafc--^ - 

Bids witt be called on Jamiary 
S, Febmary 2, March 2, March 
90, AprI 27, May 11 and June 1. 
Bids wiB be opowd on the same 
advertisaneits * m Felmiary 9, 
M#di fl.i^ 8, May 4, JWM 8 

fhj tt^'iD&ates the centtauhig 
in^xnltttice att^:hed 1^^ ^ 
fmnBKBH fa asvaopHMnt oc 

^^SWM»I^ i fwlft alatt oa 
th8 aew Amilii^ttfe'.work. whkh 
has alr^lr h«|pai ih the South- 
theitote. 



ftadskk 0mi9il Bo^ km hi 

GmpM til ta 0«sri» ewB- 
tiMt Roma Mi hi fksmm, Qiar- 
leM% nd MMowi^ courtisB; 
Route M and 480 hi Tiuawdl cmin- 
'^', and Itesif «0 to ^pTom^toK 
^^HMM, Gflcf and Moo^nne- 

bM?rst^ (saurtnictian {urojec 
tfflMhrdiy idsriukd wiO provid 



Ymomia Beach 

> VIRGrMA BEACH, VI1K5INIA, THURSDAY, DKEA^R 2, 1965 

SKTKH^i 




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Ma^ efalikea who visited ttn Princes Anoe Ptaata aho;>nii^ ceolar 
<B>e ai^t l^s w^ were v^ distressed to find their Sairta kidced ooi 
of his house There he stood waflcii^ \ip and dowa tafldng to tfie chit 
dree and |ryiqg to Iceep warm. Hs hsm was forighdy decorated and 
looked so invltfeg ... but aixheone had forgottoi to giv« Santa a kc^! 

"r — • '—^ '- • — ■ '■ ^ 

City Anoomices New Program 



VIRGINU BBACH ~ the Vh*. 
giida ^ch Department of Parks 
antf iliKr^im aiuounces the new 
actn^ Center at 4400 Nike Site 
(Road wiB be open toni^ Da- 
cenaber 2iui from ?:» til 9:30 pin. 
tar oigahizatim of diess and dwck- 
ee cldbs oa a city wide basis. In- 
terested residents of Virginia 
Mach vn toVNed to attend and 
par&:^»te in gnnes on a regu- 
Uaiy Isdiei&ded fr^ram Uiro^ 
tbew^ttar months. 

Ibis is the b^^nnfa^ of a new 
aad greatly expandi^ program ol 
adh^ttles lor aduUa hi Vb-gfaiia 
Beach vMA will also include sen- 
tor cftizens' dubs, classes to arts 
and crafts, musto omeerts and 
maBy otiier recreatk»»] pn^ams 



throu^Mut tttt city as additional 
fwaltties become avaflab^, 

For full infoimatiai on these new 
activities call the \rr^la Beadi 
Departpiort of Parks and Reerea- 
tian office at ilB7-7464. 



In Viet Nam 

^ffiGJNIA BBACH — Anqy aa- 
geant B«i W. Forbes, son of Min- 
nie White Forbes (jT 130 South 
Budding Avenue, is Rationed to 
Viet Nam where he is w^ned to 
the medicai corps. 

h Is ei^ectad he wiH serva a 
y^r of dk^ to Viet Nam. 



on Ine 



Artarid worid taotattvely scbed- 
uUdtedudei p4>j«^ on Route 13 
to Nn<tfiarapto» ud ^xomadc 
eoutttfcs; Itoiitei 17 in NansMfXMid 
and York cbodties; R«ite 2S to 
Scott and Wls^ counties; Route 
29 to ^anherrt oou^; Route 2»-|S 
to Fauqider county; Route 37 to 



SEEKS PUN 

i 

VIRGINIA BEACH - City Man- 
ager W, Russell Hatcbett has asked 
the dty's wat«- omsuhams to 
plan, a way to get a dty water 
man to the Saadbddge and Prin- 
cess Amt Court ^ouse sectkns 
t)f the dty. 

Maloohn Pb^e Etogii»ers of 
New York will ^dy the problem 
and rode tiMir recoimnendati<»» 
to the dty. 

Ihe pdlasflbiUty of f^tttog water 
to Saadbridge tlfrou^ die Navy at 
Ctara Nedi has ah«ady been ex- 
I^bred, and ruled out, becania^ the 
!tevy does not get eoou^ wder to 
send a^t Is needed to that area, 
the iMer comes firam Norfdk. 



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Prisg Presented 



Lyaawi Ri^ Bass, a 




jney hit gt^faaabe^^MBme was eiMiwd «'M|a8 Aawileaa f^ea.Al^/' M^ fta* Paseh pins tte 
«a laiiM gedare bim her dty. Ae wfl leaie ItaefaDber M far ^i^rpsod where she wB a^- 

Waartp. iha.i*alBahehi^«saaPa«l3Paraia.Alawiwdl 
fc mm ^mtt ^mm^ mnim »l*»> her aaaidi «a P a H) ia a i. (stall phsta >r 




Bttch and Enporia. 

At tha ^w aae d ttane. <w^ to 
ptt^rtaam a^ Vii^toia Rofd qrs- 
tems tatda 881 projeds a>verh^ 
naaify 94 mdes aad costing $3M.8 
mUBoB, a reoord h^ 




Rhonda Stoddeit Crowned Jr. Mist 




Tour Tvms 
Into Reunion 

HAS. OCXMih - What started 
as a t«ir of the Navd Ahr Nation 
Ocema f or^ members d f^tho- 
Flannagwi's &)ys' foam Chdr 
hmwd toto a reudro m Nov. 22. 
when' the duur vluted thto air 
stittitm. 

One d the chdr'i fomm mem- 
ber. James jieana, AQF2. serv- 
ing idii Oeeuia-baled Pl^rter 
S^Mrse 31 (VF-31), md his for- 
mer chdr>mates and accompantod 
than on the tour for tk$ M| d 
the afternoon. ~~ 

Arriviqg for kaich d die Oc^uia 
edisted Mn's mass haU. the choir 
and ito Reader, the RIgbt Rev. 
Ms^. Ftwds P. Sdanttt w«>e 
imnedlat^ rec<yiiied uid ap- 
praadMU*l9^ ttlini, who wtt eat^ 
tag hBlhafftnS Hie mass baS. 



HM&'KOBeK 



M>/iMAIt, 



ACS Servee 
many 

VnOfillA K£ACH-Mrs. Robert 
S. Wahdi, Jr., newly etected {a«i- 
deat d tte VIrgida Beach Udt d 
the Mnerican Cancer Society, 
««dd hke to idorm the contoiu- 
1^ d the services availadftle to 
this area. 

the new fiA pmpam is well un- 
der way providing assistance need- 
ed for cancer {^tients. Dressh^s 
made by locd volunteer groups, 
and haa ctoset equipment, consist- 
tot d whed duurs, hospital beds, 
dc., are prewkied free d duu-ge 
to tte homebound resk^ts d Vir- 
gida Beadi. The Transportatim 
Corps, headed by Mrs. Wimam T. 
LtekMMon, is a proup ^ha^y 
those reipiirtog treatnaed,^ ' 

Porttoort fihns. both lay and 
pro ie MiBa d. for organizatimid 
dbowta^ as well as a variety d 
bmdiuroe iffi rdded «jbjects may 
be ditalMd firom the office tocat- 
ed at 9884 Laskto Road. 

Asyoat wishing furtter to^rma- 
tloB may tei^*one 4884151 be- 
twofD &ta hours d lO-Ut tm. W^ 
1-8 foik. wai ^y*- 




hi tte ^c^ 
iaii8Uj|id./'IJdiiad 
is a b^ sqpraiio, and 

a vdce eliitta- wiOs itoittMi far 
Father Sdanltt." 

"nie tour of Oceana Navd Ahr 
Statkai was arraived for entertain- 
ment d the (^ir membas nHyk 
th^ ware to Virgtoto Reach for a 
oomxti. Fdlowk^( thdi* meal uid 
reunton with lifeaia, the didr 
vidted Attack Squadron to <VA- 
42) whene they wd% introAmd to 
the A-8 ^hmder, the Navy's new- 
ed aU-wei^tor attadc aircraft. 

A tour d the weather facOity 
and the dr control fac^ was 
also ptft d the afternoon ior the 
Boys' 1\>wn Choir. At OKfa ptace 
tl^ asked questions, and fd an- 
swers about tite Navy's role todiQr. 

The dMir left Occ«na d 3 p.m. 
to prepare f<u- ^beit concert at the 
jj^ Shepard Ovic C«ita'. but 
Oceana's saHws were nd ttrm^ 
showtog them a good tfane. 

Attendb^ the omoert thd d^, 
three Oceana mfn. Robot BeQwly, 
JOS; Garry Sherman, PHAN, aui 
Thomas Dimaai. J02, who had 
ben guides on tite aftenooii tour, 
obtatoed the pemilnton d M^. 
Scfamitt, and tadk some of tte 
dnjr menbers out for phoea fol- 
towii^ the po^Mmaaoe. Between 
the Ocrana saitors and the Boys' 
Town Ch(Ar mmtitn, severd dz- 
zas vm« fully consumed, and aa 
tour and a 1»I d good time was 
weB oijoyed. 

Ihe chea* left VIrgida B«ach the 
next d^ for other concerto on 
their way back to Nebradca. 







PL Coa ngh fid»al.^oeivM ha Dodge Dart eenverOMe Ibwn 
d €oalw|tttor Caa^aay. « fast af barNyttaea am at Pdaddes ^rfc to New 

ttca'^was< 



TREMCLE IS 
ENDORSED 

miA BBACH - Martin A. 
a Repubik^i onmiittee 
from ThaUa has been 
oidnaed to succeed Dan H. Heflto 
as cfaakmu d the City Repddl- 
c«i Coeom^ee to Jamiary. 

Tredde, a patot company em- 
{rioyee, was e»dora»! by the boaii 
d (Orectim d the lw:di Vlr^da 
R^lwUtoffii Assembly, which his 
strtmg ties with tte dty commit- 
tee. 

V A CXSP t^dkesBom sahi tint 
^^iedde wm oidorsed by tlM as- 
senMy iHien it wa learned he 
Hosa be acceptaUa to aainr 
aethw Rapiiilhaas aad wodl ttfea 
the Jd». 



NAS. OCEANA - Seaman John 
Ouk, a mpocier and conqioser 
tor the Navd ^ Station Ocaana's 
3at dbaaKvtx new^M^ier expeded 
a routtoe repiMrtlng job when he 
was ftsalgnad to oiver ftta arrival 
of Vtoa Presklent Hubert Humph- 
i«y d Sda ^ sta&m. But bdnv 
tte |d> was finished, Clark had 
md Mr. Hum^dir^ and received 
a ttaidc you note from hhn. 

Lt. (j.g.) B. E. C«ie, ttM Oc^na 
diskmrsing offtoer also reodved a 
letter from the Vice-President 
thmUng him for his poicil akddi^ 
portrait vihich was used on the' 
cover d the statim's paper. 

Vice Pressed Hun^irey cane 
tb Vfarg^ Bc»di, Virgida, home- 
town d tte Naval Afr Stdkm Oce- 
ua, to adcb-ess tte^ Virgtoto War 
ddpd League. Witt a busy sched- 
ule, Mr. Hunn^rey fdtod it con- 
vttdettt to fly to maii^ Oceana. 
aad ride the didt distant to the 
resort ctty. 

As he stqiped from his plane to 
an awaitii^ car, the Vtee Pred- 
dent ndtoed a group d w^-widi- 
ers, and slopped to gred them. 
Anaoag 
John Clark. 

When the yd 
Clark's article 
waspittBshed 

Ci^ D. C Rums^, n, conanand^ 
tag <^oer d tte air stotion, sed 
sevmal co^ d it to tte Vice 
n«ddeai The thank you notes 
were tte resdt. 

C^ffk, who was suifnlsed b re- 
cdve a letter from the Vice Pres- 
ideat si^ he plms to keep the 
leMer. "... and someday dww it 
to BO^ grradchfldren." 



"StMidi^ wttt reluctant frat 
. . whee tiw brook and river 
o^it"— Lcmgfdkw. 

Witt ptoawre and prkie, tte 

^*rtac^s Anne Junior Chamber o 

' Nnwrce, Inc and tbe Ja <; 

,'pr citeU s'xleai youig 1: 

.*. vAo vied witi eadi other tu 

je tltfc "Miss JiBilor Iflss d Vir 
»ida Reach 196S" at Princess Anns 
Ti^ Scbod last Sdurday nig' 

■'r the fourtt pageant whidi t'lk 
h2 winner and her prize of |3:o 
to the sUte finds to Itoandce. 

.toa^ T. Buck Jr.. p^d^it d 
tne rnncras nraie^, jaycces. pre 
sided and ex|riained that the Judw 
Miss Pageant annually honors the 
hi|^ sd^l sodor girls ami recog- 
niMs talent witt furtherance d 
education by scholarship. The goal 
Is the embodiment d a well-devel- 
oped peraonality to which she ^• 
dcalfy. nfMOtdly and morally is 
an inspirati(»i to other young |^ls; 
tl» frameworic is tte pageantry— 
a sdecUon process which {Otivides 
the excitement wWch ^tt caa- 
stantiy seeks and v«Mch opens new 
horizons to girls who would not 
ottHwise recognise their own po- 
t«ittol; and the incentives are tte 
adnlardiqis which are the means 
towards the end d devdoping the 
whole woman. ^^-^ , — 

Ihe sixteen poised md ti^nted 
young ladies who cnnpeted were 
Ctfdyn L Annas d Primness Anne 
High who sang; Bett Anne Bed- 
dn^ieki at Kellam High per- 
fumed a modem dance; Barbara 
Eltei Bdl d Princess Anne pre- 
sented an (H-iginal d^ describtog 
five (Nitfks vAjkii ^e nude het- 
self and climaxed witt an c^igind 
readii^ while wearing a gold and 
whtte t»^aded twoi>iece evoui^ 
gown which d^ Idtded 'the So- 
diisticate'; KHs Fosaim d Cox 
Hi^ r«idered a d^mo cmiceito; 
Nitocy Jane Hdland d 0» gave 
a vocd pantcMdiw; Janis Leve«i 
toe d Cox performed a nKidem 

iai^se IMf of Cm wore gdd 

link ^ Alp hat while txhiblting 
nttii^irbaton twirling: Be^ 
Lym Lockrk^ of Katoa were • 
saltor outfit imA padomtomd; Di- 
ane Pdry d Princes Anne dkl 
a modem jazz dance; and Michelk 
Powdl fnun Cox performed an 
outdanding dance. v 

Lynn Prangte^ of Princess Anm^ 
wop the talent conted witt h^ 
"Charlnton" rcndit^ wearing a 
^te dress whldi was frilled 




Richard A. Walker). 

from neck to faiee, and twirUi^ a 
iM'i^ r«i handkerch^. Lynn abo 
wwi tte Youtt Fittess trof^ and 
tte Scholastic Achtovemed IVe- 
phy. 

Sharra Schatz d Princess Aime 
{dayed a piano cukkKo; blond 
Marilyn Diane SkeUm of Princess 
Anne wore a blac^ medievd peas- 
ant gown and graphically p«r- 
trayed Joan d Arc's pn^i scow; 



... S •<». »l.^ib<i -«..«^. 



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Bazaar And 
Cal(e Saie r 

LYNNHAVi^ - The Plaza Vol- 
unteer Fire Con^Muiy Lac^ Awc- 
iliary will hwa a dud Christmas 
Bazaar md Cake.^de in Prince^ 
Araw Plaza diqppii^ carter and 
MiUo^ Dept Store. VIrgida 
Beach Blvd., on Satiurday. Decern* 
bet 4, frtan 10 4lta. to 2 |>jn. 




COOKE IhORUS ' 

VDKHNIA ^jCH-the annud 

Ouidiiuui pn^ltoi wiU be {M^ 

,|dife^J^ the ^tt and smrentb 

Sdwd |C tte Parwt-TeacheiT As- 
sodatiim medh^to be h^ Mon- 
day evodng, IMeember 6, at 8 
p.m. 

Hie diorus is tmder tte directte 
d BSni. Sarah Socton. 

Rafreshmrats wfil be served in 
,tte Way. 

An parfflits are tovitod. 




Full Coverage By Radio 
And TV For Gemini Flights 

NEW YORK — Ihis nhtion's trfuisnoitied to the ikur^ Bird com- 
mod amblttous manned space | mudcaUois sateHlto via a ground 
fli^t experimoit — to put two station ii»talled on tte carrier by 



Rhonda l^oddm d Prto0M#' 
rendwed a vary proie^k»d 
matic reading portraytag love 
anoihs to Itfe; Gail Lynnette ' 
d Piiucaas Ame Iflpi 
a mo^tern jazz selecttoi; aaff < 
(^Une L. White d Cox 
SdMd dwwed renari»ble 

tdSBt. 

Deap^ the uqiredlctaUa 
compu^Mot of the record 
throo^iout the entire 
girls showed ttdr true 
IspfrH. 

Mfte Shafier d WTAR ri 
served as master d 
All contedmts were 
wtth rqiltoas d the i 
cafmk, the <^:id pto d tte 
d ^gida Beach. 

Ju(^ were Mrs. Sdriey 
tress, J(»e|tt TkCnny, Mrs. 
bara Lewis. Bill Whitnan 
Mrs. VtrgiBto mm- 

Atthad In varMrdow* fMNnat 
aida evad^ gowns aad fiboi# 
iMgtt tf ovet, the |^ 
that tte |m)^ adMid m 
tmm i4i..CBR4rn Anals; 
rasMr op t^am Praqdey; 
t^ |^4lhonda Stodfart 
wwr tta eavetod erowa lor 

vhe^^ 

M!«fi^^patt 
her crown to Rhonda. 

Aand scpiM^ and klMSs 
laar ojipiMnts «Dd mffli^ 
teariid i^pfR^^tfoik tte (pwcfi 
wM iM' I fff iinflwf with 
fdf d red^ArBBrlcM BeauttaSt 
afdi pertrayii^ the fad ttat 
l^dalNaeh hM jrsd tnlmf 
wai^pa beady to Ms finm 
Nat Ui^ m Rhonda 
har dstiai to RoipMhB and 
wh»e ior afrea^y ttare Is 
ifi|^ SfhaA d Am»toa C 
Itey Jo Kdfapi d 
Beadi) and Miss Ama-i^ 
ager (Lyukdl Bos of 
Beadi) to sd t!» exm^tel 



Observer, wUh 

Ome's cover 

followii^ week, 



THREE GAMEl 
ON WAVY 

POBPBII^UTH - WAVY Radto 
(USO), wffl 1^ three tc^Hiotch bas- 
kdl^aSMiea ttis Mzt wedL This 
is 1^ d WAVTs program d 
Hfoar^ thim S5 (Ma^t bask^ttaQ 
^mes ckarli^ tte season. 

Gams tite wedE are: O&aaaa- 
Duke, to Duhon, Dec. i d 8:00 
pjn.; Duk&Soi^ Cardtoa. to Co- 
hmi^ Dae. 6. d 7:4i pjn.; and 
fkm CawHM^IrfannM, to Chap- 
d Itfl. Dec S, at 7:45 pjn. 



astronauto toto a two-^iradi wbit 
and to have ttem rendezvous witt 
andher team durtog the letter's 
one or tmntoy fli^t ^ wiM be 
covered Uve from tounch to recov- 
ery by the multi-network radio 
and television pod next montt. 
Televidon coverage d the laundi- 
es win be to cdor. 

Ihe first fli^t, Gemtoi 7, witt 
Lt. CoL Froik Borman (Afr Force) 
and Connndr. Jones A. Lovell Jr. 
(Navy) alward, is schechded to be 
laundied ik) earlier tiian 2:30 p.m 
EST, Saturday, Dec. 4. TMs will 
be folkwrad, on or about Dec. 13, 
by the lauw^ oi Gemini 8, witt 
aafronauto C^. Wdter M. Schirra 
Jr. (Navy) and Maj. Tom P. 
St^ord (Air J'orce), a mission 
w^ich had be«i postponed from 
Od. 25 following failure d'a ren- 
dezvous vdiicle to reach orbit. 

Roidezvous maneuvers by tte 
G-7 and (i-6 capsules are ^hedu^ed 
for day of launcAi of G-6 or the 
followmg day, witt rwoveryd 
the G«nini 6 planned for Dec. 14 
or 15. The G-7 team is pro- 
gronmed to splash down on D^. 
18, witt bott recoveritt scheduled 
to be seen live from; the carrier 
l^ Waap. 

live tdeviston covar^e d tte 
-two recovary (^rations was ar- 
ranged throu^ the eooperatimi of 
tte NaUond i^ronauttos aid Space 
Attninistration and the Depart- 
mmt d Defoise. The multi-net- 
w«-k pod wlH use spedd equip- 
ment sd up sbsmd the carrkr 
by the Intemationd Td^dione and 
Tdegriqih Corporation to connec- 
tion witt the ConununKations Sat- 
eOtte CnpcMration. 

Soenet dtood the Wa^ will be 
t^ckd 19 hy li«e"1^Rieras and 




ITT. The satellite wiQ rday the 
pictures to tte COHSAT recdving 
station at Andover, Me., from 
where it will be fed to New York 
for distrttution to m^nbera d tte 
tdevisicm pool and its stibscrSiers, 
Live coverage d tte recoveries 
wiH be backed v^ by VIDEX, a 
i^stem devdoped by ITT, whidi 
can trananit still photM withto 
nunutes dter an event occurs, as 
was used during recovery d the 
G^ Qtronauts last August. 

Other remote pidu^ by the 
pool wQl include tte IBM 2150 
Graphic system whidi will be lo- 
cated at IBM headcpuyrters to New 
Yortc. whoe a computer-linked 

creen will illustrate tte complex 
rendezvous maneuver by disjrfay- 
ing typicd paths used by sp{Kre- 
craft in ori>it. Plans are also being 
conqileted for live coverage d 
Prudent Lyixkui B. Jdmson at 
the White House on the two recov- 
ery dates. 

Mefd>ers of tte multi-network 
pool are tte ABC Television Net- 
work, the ABC Radio Network, tte 
CBS Television Network, tiie CBS 
Radio Network, tt(^ Mutod Broid- 
casting SystCTi, the NBC Televi- 
sion Ndwork, and tte l^C Radto 
Network. 

ABC win produce cova^tge from 
HoustMi. Toe., and from WM' 
headquarters to New York; WC 
will provide covenge from Cs^ 
Kennecfy, and CGS5 will bf to 
diarg^of pnxki^n d the down- 
range r^^ery cawrags. Abitod. 
Radio vikl be to charge d down- 
roi^ andto comnnmicati(8is. CBS 
is the oycTsail pod produce*, ^tt 
Benard^^tofoeon to dutegb af ^ 
ductioo. 



eOLLECTION 
ENDS TODAY 



4i 





VraGffOA ffiSACH - fhe col- 
lection d CtoistmAS 0ta far aia| 
serving to Vietoaan wH 'eamm 
ttrough todiQr mder a i^w D^ 
partroent d Ddeirn 
wUdi auttwizes sa0mtBiai 
fllgNs to Southeast Ada. Umi 
fdate Departmeirt grayi'iaQ,' 
attoa (%ridma8 Star. tMi 
dl by aioneroiiiB dvie grm^ 
log militaty a^brtasca hi 
ii^ gtfto to am to the wnr 

Ibis aefw {Bt^rott to ^Mbar:^ 
Operatkm Shoefcttx a*^ 
underway m Ttdswalar 
»upi0N d tte KeoifMviOe 
Ucan Woman's dob. Thd 
wmrking wtth olto chdbs to 
area, has odledpd sevl^ ii 
gifts whidi win now be flown 
Vietnam tnder the ea^iakd JM 
feiue D^^B^^med liofram^ odig 
Ak Ndlooal Guard alrcfA "^ 

L(%d cdlectimis hM en 
to be made by tte 
Wiunen's- Cld>s» aad afl area 
stom are servtog as 
gcU» to Ms ttf#e. 

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Srincen Anne 
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10:00 •.!■■ — Church School 
ll:15«Ji. — Mornliiff Worship 



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METHODIST CHURCH 

Onat N«ck Road 
LiOttf Davi*. MlaUtcr 

• :4<«.n. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morain« Wonhip 



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. METHODIST CHURCH 

40t First Colonial Road 
ll«v. H. Wark Canr. PattiMr 

^t^Alaja.— Ckurch Scfcool 
11:99 aJit — Morninf Worship 
?:39p.ai^— Toath Fetlow^p 

HAtCOOO MEMORIAL 

MCmODIST CHURCH 

4ll$ Hsyfood Koad 

Mwtt F. nryatt. Pmmt 

i:4Sa.ni. — Church School 

1 1 :0« p in. — Morning W obhlp 

HAYOOOO METHODIST 
CHURCH 

8149 Bsyshore Road 
8:8Qa.m., 9:4oa.m. and 11:00 

a.lB.-^Worsliip Services 
9 :46 am.— Cnnrph School for 
all age group! 
ll:U0a.ni. — Second session of 
Choreb School for children 
up through 7^ grade ana 
adults. 

7:UUp.m. — Methodist Yooth 
Fellowship foi young peofrie 
7th, 8th and »th graaes in 
Junior High Group and 10th 
gnde up for Senior Group. 
Friends welcoo^d. v. 



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JOKHTS _ 
MCTHODIST CHURCH 

Knotts Island. N.C. 
R»b«rt C. BUwk, MhsiatM* 

10:00 a.ni.^-^unda]r School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship ServlM 



BAYLAKE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

^or« I^. at Treasun lalano 

IMve Im Bayside 
RaynaoB^ £. MiMMr, MiaUtar 
^;30 6 11:00 a.m.— Worship 
Serrtce 
9:45 a.n. — Sunday School 



CHARITY METHODIST 
CHURCH ^^ 
Back Bay, Vii^nia- 
LaaUa £. Uvae«t fenauUr ^ 

10:00 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m.— Morning W orsh^ 



SALEM lyffiTHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anna, Virginia 
EasM'y S. Ellaaar«t MiMstar 

10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
ll:0OajB. — Church School 
7:80 p JO. — Youth Fellowship 

COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Aeredale — KampsyiUe 
ttmw. Joha L. KAkr, Jr. 

9:46 a.a. — Church School 
11 :00aA.— Morning Wors]4( 
7*^0 p.m. — 'Yotttii FelIo¥rship 

LYNHHAVEN METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Littla Neck Road 
'R«v. (tecar V. Rodrigma 
10:00 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a..m — Morning Wmrshii 

LaKIBS METHODIST 
CHlfltCH 

6580 Viiginia^each Blvd. 
R«T. C. KaloB Gray 
8:S0*.m.— £»riy Wordiip 
Surriea 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
ll:00ajn.— -Late Worship 
Sc^vtee 
6:00 p.m. — ^Youtii Fellowship 

BETHEL METHODIST 
, CHURCH 

Princem Anne 
itoy R. JackMMr Paat«r 
10:(Wa.m. — Morning Worship 
11:00 a.m. — Qiurch School 

PLAZA METHODIST 
CHtntCH 

208 Plasa Trail 
Hwharl G. Habha, Pastar 

9:46a.m.'^-Chnrch School 
11:00 a.m. — WorsWt* Serfice 
7.-00 pjn. — Youth FMUowahip 

aiagoiIa baptist 

CHURCH 

Now Moating In Louise 
Luxford Elementary School 

N. C CUftoa, Pastor 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning Worship 
6:80 p.m. — ^Training Union 
7 :30 pm. — Evening Worship 
7:S0p.m. — Wed. Prayer 
MMtfng 

FIRST baptist CHURCH 

35th St. at Holly 8d. 
H. WadaU Watara, Paster 

9:80 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m.- -Morning Worship 
6:16 p.m. — ^Training Union 
7:Mpjn. — Evening Service 
SmdUg Sarvicea 30 min. later 
Xaar 16 -Sept. 15. 

mhtO METHODIST 
OiURCH 

Prfa^M Am»» Virpaia 
9mmtf% I Mbsar a, Miawtw 

10:16 *.m.«—<!^uch School 
11:15 a.m.— Morning Worsh^ 

GALit»« EPISCOPAL 
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UMLIFE 



THK CHUItCH «>R AU- 
AUt. FMI THK CHURCH 

Hn Omrck fa iM grwlMl fawtor 

te te tafldHi* e( chuae- 

i SDod flMaaHM^ It fa a aha*- 

flf aptaltaal wlaaa. mOMMrt a 

Ctanh. wilkm imoater 

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Ui4ftak<A1iaU (3) ftettMaate 
af iA mmmmJ tr tmi aatka. (4) 
Ite tha ad» of tta Ctoeh fiaair. 
«4ddi Baa* Ui monl ud laatMial 
mpport. Plan to go te duvh I ^ 
My and Md y«w BiMa daily. 



Wben Grandmother and Grandfather Todd etme 
to «gr tlrelr goodbyes before leaving for Florida, we 
todc tiMir picture. Looking at it, I ren^ber tiiem 
at ^ney were that day, serene and happy, anticipating 
Iheir trip. To them there are no sunset years but 
tiwBjB a new day ahead. 

Life has truly been a taUe spread before tiiem. Oh^ 
Hxtre luive been sorrows and troubte aplenty, but 
always His rod and staff have comforted them. Even 
in tlie a}»dow of d^th God has been witii them, for 
the Lord is their Shepherd. 

Such faith may be yours. Tour churdi is fte open 
door tJnwigh which you may find that f ellowidiip of 
uiiderstanding which has be»i to my grandparents 
their greatest tr^uinre. 

Attend your church and ^d there, through wt^ 
ship and prayer, the insirfration you need for religious 



7 JOB.m.— EhrMd^ SilAw 
INhHe hi InvHad. 

St. AlDAN'S ^ 
WISCdPAL CHUI^ 
JKtei'B Grant tUi^ 
A lAnbhrg Driv4 
Pfena 840-8730 . 
Rav. L. J. tMlM-r Jr., ^mr 
10:00 aJB.--Boly Cwamw^ 
(ifai«t ud third SimMl^ 
Moraiui Prayar, 2nd M .Ml 

Choreh S^ool 
ilHh sarvteas) 

ST.NK^IOLAS^ 
CATHOLIC CHUROl 
844 itti* Haek R« 
Phona 8^7281 
Ray. H i e maa M. 
Sunder Mtsaaa — 
10:46, wd 12 Noon 
Church; 11:00 in F 
Thaatra, 8177 Viigiaii 
Bhrd. 
Conf aiaiona — Saturday 44 Ml. 
and 7-8 pjn. 

■oimT ouvB 

ftAPTlST CHURCH 
L. WarVM Chaaa, Paatar 
9:30 a.m. — Chur^ School 
11:00 sum.— Morning Worriiip 
7:80 p.m. — Evening W^riUip 

CARROW ^ 
BAPTIST CHURBi 
Rav. GaiT B> ThoMpaMi 

9 :46 a.m.— Sunday Scl»)ol 
11:00 a.a. — W«»^p Sarv^ee 
6 :45 .m.— Vaq^^r Service 
6:30 p.m. — ^Training Union 
7 -M p jn. — Evansefistie 
Sarvica 



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KALA CHURCH OP CHRIST 

CrMds. Virginia Baach, Va. 
W. T. Waavar, Mlaiatar 

1 0:00 a.m. — Bible School 
a:00ajBL— Mflfmii^ Worship 
6:4<lp>m-^Youth Program 
-f:30pm'-'Evenittt W<H«hiR 



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Semai (FIrrt ^laday) 

11:06 ajn.— Mtuniog J^ayer and 
Sennop (8Dd. 3rd. and 4th Sun- 
days) 

f:« a.m.-dnffdi Sdrnd (S^ 

.endior-Jtme) (Nursoy UffOi# 
Adnlli) 

10:00 a.m.-Week Day— Holy Com- 
muntai 

10:30 a.nvr-11iursdays— Lining oo 

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OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH ^ 

449 Wit«h Duck Road, Baybide 
8 :00 a.m.-^oly Communion 
(Except' during rector's va- 
cation) 

10:00 am. — ^Morning Prayer 
and Sermon (Holy Com- 
munion on first Sunday of 
each month.) 

EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
Rev. Leaamd R. Gravn. Jr. 

8:00 a.m. — floiy Communion 
10 :00 a.m. — Holy Commtoion 

(Ist & 3rd Sunday) 
10:00 a.m.— Homing Prayer 

(2nd & 4th Sunday) 
C^lfurch School follows the 

10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service is available. 

EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Episcopal) 
B. Sidaaty Saadars, Rector 

8:00a.nb — Holy Communion 
9:00 a.m.— Family Service 
and Morning Prayer *' 
(3rd Sunday Holy Com- 
munion) 
1 1 :00 a.ra. — Morning Prayer, 
sermon (Ist Sunday Holy 
Commnnion) 



STAR OF THE SEA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th Si. A Arctic Circle 
Rav. FraasH V. Bambriclc 

MASSES 
Winter— 8:00, 9:30, • 11:00, 

12:15 
Summer — (June 1 -Labor Day) 

7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 

11:00, 12:00 
Holy Days— 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 

and 6:30 p.m. 
W«akdi^, vnirtaT!^r-6:30. 8:48 

Summer, 8:46 a.ra. only 
Confessions — 1:00 to 6:00 and 

im to 8:(K) p.m. Saturday 

ST. MATTHBW& 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

1010 Sandra Ltne, Va. Beach 
Fathar' (Mlar*. Fathar Findlay 
Snmmar Maasaa — 7:80, 9:m^ 

10:30 and l2:00 
Confasaion ^eh Satvrday 4:00 

to 5:00 and 7:00 to 8:00 



dCEAAA CHURCH x 
OP THE NAEARENB ^ 

S. C^Uft Hoaae Bd, CN^pa 



ralM lu iManca, rasior 

9 :4$a.m.— Sunday School 
10:45 n.m. — Mormmc Wonh4> 



TEII«>LE EMANUEL 

26th and Baltic. Va. Beach 

PUI^ PiM«, Rabbi 
7 :30 a,m.->-Sarvices Mon.-Frl. 
8 :16 p;m.— ^^day-S«bbath 
Sap'ncei 
10:00 am.— Saturday Sia>baith 

Servica 
8:00 a.m. — Services Sunday 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shbres Drive at Va. Bch. 
KaMwlh A. Prtca, Paster 

0:10 a.m.— Sunday Church 

School 
10:30 Km. — Worship Service 

(nursery provided) 
6:30 p.m.— Lutfater LeagiM 

EVAN<U£LICAL LUTHERAN 
CHUHCH OF THE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Road 
Rar. DMsOB W. Taylar 
8:30 aJta.r-Worship 
9:80 a%m.r— Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m— Worship / 
(Nnrsery provided) 
6:30pnfc — ^Luther League 

. OtMt SAVIOUR'S 
LUtliERAN CHURCH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside 
Kanaau R. Carbangb, Pastor 

8:© aA.— Worship Service 
9:41 a.fla.-<ateirch School 
ll:Oii^m.— Wwsh9 Servi«2 
(P^ffsery provided) 



PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Miasottri Synod) 

424 Kinga Grant Road 

Rar. J. Elaar Madlay, Pastor 

8:00 a jn. — Divine Worship 
9:15 a.m. — Sunday School 
and Bible Class. 
10:30aJB, — Divine Worshifi 
Holy Commnnion — Ist and 3rd 
Sunday. 

KINGS GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

t meeting in the King^s 
Elementary School) 
a«d & Ftttloa, Paster 
ija.<~Sttaday ScIumI 
1 1 :00 a jn. — ^M<iraing Worship 



AaVsWE PRESBYTElUAN 
CHURCH 

Near ^>hbins Comer 
'Rav. J. E. Mmi4m, Pastor 

9:4la.tt4--^nnday &:hool 
1 1 K>0 aaftr-Meniint Wocriiip 

THALIA TRINITY 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

4nfbtfaRoaa 



fKiuSBVTERlAN CHURCH 

9:80a,m. — Church School 
Rosamont Road 4k Plaaa llrai 
WaalB J. MiHer. Miaistar 

9:45 a.m.— Suadas Aibool 
11:00 a.m. — Church ServiM 



LinlNHAyEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lj^hai^m Ullage 
Ravrtlariea ft WdSb. Jr. 

9:46aA.>-^hQrch School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — ^Morning W<Mrriiif 
6:30 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 
6:80p.'m. — Pionoer Fellowship 
7 :80 p.m. — Eveidng Wondiip 

CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Anfona Boulevard 
M. Blaad Dadl^, Malslar 

8:80aJB. — Woiah^ A Choreb 

Scho(4 
9:30 a.m. — Worship 4 Chittch 

School 
11 :00 ajn.— Worddp 4 Choreb 

School 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th St. 
Jeha S. Ljl*s. Paster 
Mt. RWam D. RoaeO 

9:45 a.m. — Church Sdhool 
1 1 :00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
Nursery Service Provided 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First St.. Glanrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowall Co^ay^ Raster 

0:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a..m. — lt(»ming Wordiip 
6:30 p.m.— Whatnots 

Fellowslup 

6:30 p.m.— Pion^ F#owahip 
6:S0p.m.~Youii f%o|^i 

FeUowdilp \, 

CHURCH ai^ dew 

d2() 14th 
BebW H. 

9:45 a.m.— S____ ,_„. 
11 :00 a.m.— MoiM fiMf 
7:30 p.m.— Eve^y WSmm 




ASSEMBLY 

Vin:inia Beack 
East L«ne ^- 
Rav. Saaad D. 
9:45 a.m.— ChurA 
ll:<Wa.m.- 
7:30^.m. — ] 
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CHURCH^ ^RiST 

15th St and Bi^ Ave. 
Bweed KMr% Via 



9:30 a.m^-^) 
a0:45iu».— CI 



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PRINCESS ANNEpMPBJ, 
BAPTIST MRMCH 

1415 Ot^ana Kvd. 
% a^a past 0<^wa Air Sta. 

; T. J. TlagM, Pastor 
•:4Sa4».— Sandi^ Seteel 
ll:Qiajk.— WiMMp Be 



CHURCH or CHRIST 

i460 Va. Beach Blvd. UcM«r 
Rey N. WUsea. Miaistar 

iO:00 a.m.— Btbi* Stody 
i 1 :00 a.m. — Mortiing Worship 
7:00 p.m. — EvMiing Wcr^Ml^ 

r IRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCIENTIST 

S0» - 20th Stre«e , 

P4B ajii.--Smky SdMMl 
kimtoL — Clwzch SmrAe» 
8:00 p.m. — Wedoasd^ 
Servica ^ 



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; OCEAN PARK 

eoMHOf mr church 

Paal E. il^«Meii«h, ThJi., 

9:45a.m.-^Blble Scho<rf 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — FvaMy Ni^t 
Service 



VIRGINIA BEACH ' 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

LasUn Rd., Linlchom Bay 
<•▼. Rk&ird Woodward, Paster 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday Sdnxd 
il :00 a.m. — ^Morning Woiahip 
il:30a.m.— Cltfklnn'a Chon^ 

8:00 p.m. — ^Evening SarviM 



Msaas 



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SUBURBAN CHRISTIAH 

CHURCH 

111 Loboogh Ave., 

Bellamy MaaoT 

Vimnia Am^ fa. 

Rav. J. Frederic fiakar 

9:48 a.m.— Saaday S«^po| 

1 1 :00 a.m. — ^Momiag WonMp 

II :90 a.m.— Child^na Chnrea 

7 :S0 pjn. — Evening Sarvi^ 

XYNNHAVEN COLONY 

UNITED CHUROi 
(Ceanegatiaaal ^^arMiaa) 
Great Neck Rd. near ffliora or. 
The Rev. The. H. ArMott 
9:45 ajh. — Church Scho<d 
11:00 a.m. — Morning WocAip 
7:30 p.m. — ^I^gxim - 
Fellowship 
Nuraery fwr small ehildraa 

PEMBROKE Wi HiQB. , 
UNI1ED CHURCH <^ dUOft 

(CeagtegaHeaal ChrWaa) 
Meetinn in P«bI«oIw Manor 
laementary S^oel 
tev. Cari T. Duy * 
9:30 a.m. — Church School 
in^:SO ajB.^Wotal^ 

'lora^ at all 'aanrioai 

RIENDS MEfTING 



ROSBWOOD MiMOMAL PARK, INC. 

CEMETERY 

PimCfSS ANNE MEMORIAL PARlT 

CEMETEEY 
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LOANS 

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VIRGINIA BEACH FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
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NEW AND REPAIR WORK 



PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS, Inc. 

431 VA. BEACH BLVD.-428-1 660 or 428-1661 

PRINCESS ANNE STATION - 426-6216 

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Editor's Note: lliis is the «lh 
Id a f«kB oC artk:Iei on Houaing 
and hoeaea. In atbaequeot artl- 
des, other faKseb of the tone wiQ 
be cRKoased ) 

By W. W. SEASOR. iPreiUwt ' 
ntuwttit Amm. rf Bme BaBden 

Hie beat teat of UvabiUty of a 
home is to aaalyw the floor plan. 

If you cMDOt obtain a printed 
floor pbm of every house yoa in 
consif^t^. measure the rooms 
and sdcddi &e [dans yoiffsdf. 

Entraooea are impoiUaL The 
nnin entrance shoidd be large 
enou^ to accommodate several 
guests on a direct and short route 
to the livhig room. Qoa^ space 
for coits and boots dkoold be ac- 
ceaaible to die enftraoce. A tite 
flooriiig wffl fiKflitate deodng on 
wet dajn. 

Ano^ eBb*ance sfaoidd >»ad 
from the garage m- carpcat to the 
kitchen, ior eaqr unloaiSng d gro- 
ceries. - - -- .- --' -i.- 

Keep the fiving room out of 
traffic pattofna, in order that the 
children .won't haw to track 
throu^ mother's tea party when 
th^ rabini from sdiod. Be sure 
It is large enough to hold all the 
ftimititfe you intend to use there, 
wtdi tmske flo(»<«paee INr movteg 
about. X^ 

A fireplace, while an excell^t 
additimi to a living ronn, will sub- 
tract a large amount ot ^lace from 
furniture placement. * * 

Few new homes have dining 
roans, but most hoi»ewives want 
dining areas in a coriKr ci the liv> 
ing room large enouj^ to seat 
friends or relatives. The dining 
area ^ould have a du«ct access 
to the kitchen, with as much piir. 
vacy frwn the rest ci the living 
room as possible. 

"Hie kitchen is Uie control cen- 
ter of the home. Tliere the lady 
of the house will sp«id most of 
her time while at home. She shouM 
be £^le to get to all outside eff^ 
trances from the kitchen quickly 

Couirta- s^^ace must be ample,' 



TAHB 

particularly adjacoA to the refrig- 
erator, stove, and mk. If you plan 
to have a brttUai^ iable there, 
altow room for tntffic while the 
estim family is aeated ai the 
tabte. 

Enure that ciqAward space is 
adequate for aH u^sOs and gro- 
ceries. Many housewives are de- 
nun^ the ttbxm d the pantry 
for additkmal sU»-age space. 

A family room is a must in most 
new h(»nes. It ^oukl be k)cated 
nMT the kttcfato, as far from the 
living room as poasU^. Privacy 
is the by factw there. It should 
be lai^ enou^ to hoki Sis's crAwd 
when they gatho* far a gabfe^ or 
tdeviskm viewii^. 

The bedrooms riwukl be far 
ttKwgh from the livbg room to 
l^e tern mudmum privacy. The 
bi^iuDom shouM be Yielded from 
the view of anyone in the entraiM% 
hiA or living room. 

Cloaet ^Mce ixMist be ample, aiKl 
the only person who can jud^ 



MAKE YOUR OWN ORNAMIHTS— Cotton crochet thread is the major ingredlwt 
in creating "string-mare fantasies." Soak thread in fuU-steength li^md starch wad 
wrap around an inflated balloon in crisa-crc»a fashion. When thr^d ia ^, deM% 
and remove the balloon through the top opening. The lacy-looking globe that a 1^ 
can be decorated with a variety ol holiday trims. Hang it on the Chriatmaa trM 
or suspend it from the ceiling for a festive touch. 

A CRAFT FOR FAMILY FUN 



what Is ample U the lady of the 
house. If the house does not have 
aa attic or a basement, additimial 
storage space should be provided 
in large closets (x the gwage. 

A final test of good floor planning 
can be made by drawing arrows 
from every room in the house to 
every other room. If nee(9ess dis- 
tance is required to go between 
any two rooms, the plan shoidd be 
revised.^ 

A patk) a<Ms immensely to fam- 
ily relaxation and entertain^ig 
joys. It should be located out of 
view of passersby on the street or 
sidewalk, with shruUw^ or a 
wall to shield it. * 

The fkxMT {dan should be properly 
rdated to the site on which the 
bouse wiU be built. The living room 
and dining nsam should kKdc out 
onto the nMst attractive parts of 
the tot. Many persons desire a 
southern exposure for bedrorans 
and the Ibing room. 



"^HoJiday Tuii starts W1 
ing the house. And ssMne of the 
most attractive decorating effects 
can be the least expensive and tlie 
most fun to make, r^wrts the Na- 
tional Cotton Council. 

Trice "string-maze fantasies," 
for ex«nple. They're light and 
airy baubles to hang en the tree. 
su^>end from the ceiUng, or float 
from a mobile. How do you make 
them? With ordinary cotton string 
or crodiet thread, liquid starch, 
and balkxMos. 

Sound like fun? It is ... and 
making them is a {»Dject children 
especially will.enj^. 

To make these deUcate-tooking 
string ornaments, pour full- 
strength liquid stardi into a large 
bowl and immerse string and 
thread. You'U find that the string 
and thread is easiest to hancHe if 
you wriq;> it loosely on an oki spofd 
and drq> it into the stardi. 



IK anomer 
the knotted end of the balloon and 
hang to dry. It usually takes frwn 
three to six hours for complete 
drying. When it's <^, deflate the 
balloon with a pin. The balloon will 
pull away from ^e string and 
thread wrappings, leaving a lacy- 
looking globe. Gently pull the de- 
flated balloon throu^ the top open- 
ing of the ornament. Cover the 
(^ning with an assortment (A 
holiday trims. You can use velve- 
teen bows, artificial h^lly leaves 
and berries, w ligh^eight belk. 



riWiftii. viim- or ^i**^ tA 

, 1 OWvifli^ J wn III ^^* ,w«»^ — -^1^ 

hang the om«nent. ^"^ 

Differed effects can be cmted 
by using string and thrMld'lllj 
varying sises and colors. Whitcf 
crochet cc^ton with sil^^ <»* gokk 
metallic Redes is espedally eifectt 
ive. 1 J 

For additiwial contra^ conbimi 
cottoR lace and ikkrack wHl| 
thread loit wrappings. If you uaoi 
ordinary cotton string, R can fa^ 
sprayed with g(4d or slhw paint 
after drying and spriiAkd wSS 
glitter or sequins. 



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nmi, iemB a bal]ooit3ir 
size desired for the ornament and 
tie a kn(^ in the end. Then wrap 
Uie starch-soaiked string securely 
around the baUotm in criss-cross 
fashton. , .,,'■,, •-/ ''» %>.' yfc. 

To be sure the string and thread 
will dry very stiff, keep adding 
coatings of starch to the string as 
you' wrap. The starch wiM drip so 
cover your work e^ea with layers 
of .oki newspapers. 

" '"Wnen you ve acWcvctr'an'intwr" 
esting mesh pattern, cut the strmg 




CORNERSTONE BAPTIST 

(C«M«rTatHr« BaptUi) 

R«T. Parker Yoana 

220 Red Tide Road 
Lynnhaven Colony 
1 -.00 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Service 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Serving 
. 7 :30 p.m. — Wednesday ^,..^,^ 
Evening Services v— "r: 

^»T. FRANCIS' 
liPISCOPAL CHURCH 

609 Rosemont Road 

The Rev. ClaytoD E. Crigger 

Vlcai^-Office Phone S4M8M 

8:00 A.M. — Holy Conranunion 

9:30 A.M. — Church School 

11:00 A.M.--Worship (1st SmJd&y - 

Holy Ctmimunion & SMtnoa, 

other Sunday morning Prayer 

liSemxm). 
6:60 P.M. — Youth FeUowsMp 
Norserv provided 9:30 and 11:00 



9:45 a.ni. — Sunday School- « 

11 :00 a.n.-— Momittf WonUfl 

6:80 p.m. — ^Trminhig VnkMkM 

7:30 pjD. — Evening WwaUi 

FREEWILL BAPTIST » 

CHURCH « 

In Princess, Virginia Beaeli i 

r4IS OCEANA BOULEVARll 

Ahr Station on ri|^ I 

T. J. TiBtk, PMt«Mr • 

9 :4£ a.m.— Sunday Bchopl J 

11:46 a.m.— Worship Setriet , 

7:80 p.m. — Evenin* Ser^*** 

KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST-^ 

CHURCH * 

77» PrlBceM ABM B4. 

duulea B. Jenei 

9:80 a.m.-^und«y School 

11 ;00 a.jBii— iteming Worship 

7:30 pjn.— Ev^g WonWp < 



6afl Wearier, 
A Threat 






FALL SPECIALS 



NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 

( . SPECIAL 



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DAY & NIGHT CUSSES 

% DAY FREE TRIAL 

COMPETE COURSE 

$250.00 



CLINIC PRICES 

MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY 

mm rmB ad only 

AT OUR OCEANA LOCATION 

flpedal Rcgnlw 

• Haircut : . . .50 $1.00 

• Shampoo A Sot ..$1 JOO $1.50 

• Tm^ Rotouch ...$3.95 $4.75 

• PoHnanonts $4.95 $6.50 



work porformod by ttucUiitt 

WIGS $39-95 
I00> Human Hair 

HAND MADE - $99.00 

WICLETS $11.95 



Mr. and Mrs. ^Sdney L. Bowdea arrive with the Rev. Raymond Turner 
who officiated tA qtening fieranonies fat iht Garden Theatre, 
mUer'a aeveit indeor theatre koited on E. Little Creek road. John 
W. Childers Is mauler ef dw new theatre. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Pic'$ 31st Cleaners 

Vlrgfaiia Beach lU^ Sdiod Basketball Sehedule 

196546 — Home Gamea ^ 

Friday. Dec. lO-BaysMe High School 

Tneadin^, Dec. 21-Prtaces8 Aaae Hl^ School 

Fridiy, Jan. 7-Deep Creek IBgh School 

FViday. Jan. 14^Manry Hli^ Sdiool 

Saturday, Jan. 22-Craddod( ffl^ School 

■Aieaday, Jan. »~Kellam High Sdiool 

Friday. FM. 4-Norvlew High School 

Friday, Feb. U-Oscar Smith H^ Sdiool 

Tnewlay. Feb. S-F. W. Cox High Schod 



Spocial To Thoto That Have Liconto Ffom Olhor StatOi l|br Adcfttional 
Hours To Qualify For Virginia Stato Board. Froo Scholaishipt To Thoso 
That Oualify. 

OCEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY JANAT BEAUTy' ACADEMY 

1737 Virginia Beach Blvd. 1274 N. Military Highway 

Phone 428-3246 Phone 855-2061 , 

OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 10 P.M.-EXCiPT SATURDAY NWHT 




VIRGINIA BEACH - "This 
moMh's grand award winning post- 
er by Wade Nugait, age 17, of 
Connelly Vocational School hi 
Pittslwrgh, Pennsylvania, is a 
nwst artistic portrayal of the many 
types of bad weather requiring 
«ctra caution by both pedestrians 
and drivers," said Frank W. Cox, 
Diret^r. 

"The preseiice of poor visibHlty 
and ky or wet roads, characteris- 
tic d December weather, greatly 
jeopardises the^ safety of each 
pedestrian," he warned. "Both 
aduk pedestrians and youngsters 
must be constantly alert to the 
dangers t of inclement wearier, 
since not only are a driver's visi- 
bility and control of his locomotion 
greatly decreased, but also the 
ped^ian hinnself is likewise han- 
dicapped," sakl Mr. Cox. 

AAA (tffered these t^ to parentis 
to help lessen the risk to children 
on their way to and from school: 
(1) ^ than oH to school earlier 
and give them the time required 
to take thf extra precautions nec- 
essary to insure a safe trip to 
school, (2) provide the hi^y vis- 
ible and well fitting bad weadier 
ctothii^, (3) use proper head gear 
and avoid the use of umbrellas 
wAich obstruct the view, (4) re- 
spire children to go dually to 
and from school via a familiar 
route. "In addition," continued Mr. 
Cox, "AAA recammends that per- 
mits do .not drive their children 
to school, suice congestion in the 
sdiool area oa\y contributes to 
acckieot hazards." 

The Tidewater AutomotHle Asso- 
ciaUcm is di^ttMitii^ ti;u8 new 
safety poster to area sdiools as 
part of this month's tr^k safety 
educatkm program. 



BAYSIDE RAPTIST 
CHURCH 

1480 Pleasure House Rd. 
JaniM V. D«Fo«. Pattor 

8 :?0 a.m. — Worship Service 
1 1 :0O a.m. — Worship Service 
9:20 & 10:10 a.OT. Sunday 
School „ ^ 

8 :00 p.m.— Evening Service 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

245 RojHemont Road 
R«». Mel-Jn H«fh«» Pa«t«r 
11:00 & 7:??0 \m. — Worship 

Services 
^ 9 :80 a.m. — Sunday School ' 
6:15 p.m. — Training Union 

B^ACHLAWN BAPtlST 
CHURCH 

9th A Med. Ave. 
A eooperatimr Southern Bapist 

Church 
GaorM- Wollstt. Jr., MlnistM- 

Phone 428-2004 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a,m. — Morning Service 
6:30 p.m.— Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — Eveninsr Service 
7:80 p.m. — Wed. Prayer 
Service 



THALIA LYNN 
"^BAmST CHURCH 

Va'. UWlfl «vdf 

^P vinctm Amw -8 

Rav. Rt^rt N. 

8 :30 am.— Morning 

9:30 a.m.— ^Sunday 

1 1 :00 a.m — ^Morninfr 



FIRST COLONUL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

929 First Colonial Road 
George T. StalHBf*; Pa 
9.:45 am. — Sunday Seho^j 
10:00 a.m.— Momiig Wt„ 
6:30 p.m. — Training Unioi 
7 :30 p m.-rEvening Woi 
7:30 p.m.— Bfid- Week wrvic 
Wednesday 




FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk 
Frad M. Farisa, Paater 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 

1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30p.m.r— Pellowship Hour 
7 :80 p.m. — Evening ' Services 

GRACE BRETHREN 
CHURCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arrinffton, Paator 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Worship Service 
7:30pjn. — Evening Service 

MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. T. M. Walker. Paator 

9 :30 a.m.^Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 

OAK GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Back Bav. VirflHnia- 
AWin St. Clair, Paator 

9:45a.t)fi. — C>>urch School 
1 1 :00 a.ih. — Momingr Worship 



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CmC LEAGUE 

CYI^WHAVEN — ^Ihe nejrt reg- 
ular meeUng of the CSiesqiiean 
Odony, Civic Lea^ie will be held 
Weibmitoy, December 1. at Foaa- 
dir Methodiit QsmA at 8 pja. 

Sectkm of ofl^cervwffl be hald. 



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BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Greenwell Rd & Lakeview Dr. 

Bav«ide. Va. 

ReT. Darid Mccra. Paator 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 

1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning: Worship 

7:45 p.m. — Eveningr Worship 

ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Rev. Bruce B. Perlpana. Paator 
to :00 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worriiip 
6:00 pm.— B.T.U. 
7:00 p.m. — Evenine Worship 
LONDON BRIDGE 
BAPTIST CHURCH^ 
London Bridge. Vfa|ria» 
<L Bdwa»4 HvffhM, ft%w 
8:80 a.m.— Mominff Wordiip 



FELLOWSHIP BA^ni^ 

CHURCH .^1 

419 Glenrock RoM« Norfolkl 
Rev. Charlea T. HandrldM I 

9:45 a.«. — Church School I 

ll:OOa.a%^-M«ming 'WanMf 

7:30p.m'. — Evening Wox8U|| 

ST. GR^SQRY THE QiMEAf 
. CA11HOUC CHURCH J 

7271 Vfofl^nia Beach Blvd. 

Rev, Flavian Y^llBho,. OJ.1^ 

Rai. Paaekal Kaaip O.S4I.2 

Masses— 6:30, 8:00, 0:80, 

11:00 and iZM 
Confessions are on Sat 

7:30-8:30 j^l 

BLACKWATER BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
RaT. Ralph L. Hora 

10:00 a.m. — Sundi^ Sehod 
ll:00a.m — Momh^ W — 
"Serving God and the 
munity of Blackwater Sin 
1784" 

TABERNACLE METHODIsj 

CHURCH "^ 

Princess Anne, Vfrgiirfie* 

Robert H. Garner, MMalar | 

9:45 a.m. — Chorch School | 
ll:00a.m — Morning Wonhip | 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
METHODIST CHURCH 

207 - 18th fferoet 

Rot. Bavariy Falljr ^ 

8 :30 a.m. — Worship Sorvieof 
Summer Months , a 

9:45 a.m. — Church SehooF 
11 :00 a.m. — Worship S*rvl€**l 

THALIA METHODIST I 
CHURCH I 

Pinp Ave. A Va. Bch. Bly» 

William L. Aa%«r. Paatar | 

9:4 5 a.m. — Sunday School | 

10:45 a JM. — Worship | 

FOUNDRY METHODIST^ * 
CHURCH % 

Va Bch. Blvd., Lynnhavin 
Wmian H. AeodM» H^MV « 

8:4Ea.m. and 11 Ma^—> | 

serviceis 1 

9:45a.ra.^ "*•"—'*' «*>»»*»* 

6:30 p.m.-— 




KEMPS _ 
PRESBYTBRl AlT^^URQI k 

^^0 KampavIUa IM. 1 

3. L. Cop o a cfc , Paatar t 

9:40 A.M.— Sua*tf *i-k-"" • 

11:00 A.M.— r 

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REALTY TRANSFERS 



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iii..iiii»i«aa*iwiff i* 

Mill, Ma pL^f^mm 
, oi^ HMd 

n' i |(|ihli1 rtfiiii i if nr tn T Tir-f'' 

«^* ,„■„, 

CMMMt NMli. IM., I* VIINn 

& i^HM «t w. bt «, Uoek D, 

if AnMhMi •»&•:(» 



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dia< «. •*« it A lot «r, bkdi 
A» #11 «r Afi^llrfMl we. I, tax 

Flittp Q. ItaMf. Jr.. H ux to 
Dmi^ a. Ate ft (B. lot 21, put 
el^wtf iv foM: tax |S.«. 

Bmm ^ 91,1m m,fM<i Cm- 

g^otyify^ttm^m; tax mm. 

OK ItMlty CiN|K)rati(») to CH1- 
b«t Snriii «t «x. lot S. plit o£ 
PlaaHitioQ iw. 1; tax 



CaifonMsn Iq Nor- 
ma v. Itamoii at IB. attiB MO, 
yiit of Hiorou^ieood aec. <, tax 

ett4 Hdaae Howe fit «x ta Cari 
E. BiHy. Jr.. ft ux. tot li?. plat 
4l Wwlwiwtod EMatii aae. l, 

Bo^et G. WSkam et wt to 
Wm^ WittaBi Pawara at itt. bt 
M, block 40. plil «f Arigoaa VU- 
lagt aac. 0; lax t2S.70. 

Ooate Rei^ty Oxpwatiim A al 
ia Af^ar D. WflUama at ux. lot 
IR, piat (tf Utevfile Eatitoa aee. 
>A: taxinJS. 

Hnjlljt UttoB ^ ox to Geoi^ 
^I^Pglie Deeae et ox, lol K^ 
Me S. I^ «( PriiMaaK Aolia 
I aee. «: las in.M. 
E JWleke et ux to Ridua4 
•t at. W «, ptat of 
I ^Bt aec. 1; tax mm. 
_ jBLOfBaaetuxtoSkSBesrE. 
i^^tf at il, MJN. pUI «f Kin^ 

<k»Bt aee. 1; m !»• 

d^QfOie et «( to Maitbi L; 
^ni it al, ASO ais«»-Sadi)oard 



Ami. afcraa. Tr. 10 -ntowtar 
nuijiiiiiiil be., lot ». plat of 
Uriin fiitatas; tn «». 

Mriiia (^pon^en lo DcmU 
PMl QnU at ux. lot B, block F. 
pM «t rbiBt OlWooda aec, l; tax 



^ to T * M Con- 

ttifCMa ^rpcff^oB, lot 77. Uodc 
B. pitf Of Ckeat Neck IMaiN mc 

I; tax mm. 

f/mmt H. Mmriaette et ux to 
V jftabi Baiek BuMy Oocporatkm. 
f e-t of lots ». ». pW of Lauwi 
Mnrw; tax |tt.30. 

WUiam Eiwarti Gooch et ux to 
WMlu«i A. Kav et ux. tot «, block 
T. piM of Priacaat Anne Plan aec 
H; tax IMr 

PofplO^toir, Inc., to Ibomaa 
J Saui rt ox. tot 3. Mock 5, plat 
ef p«^itO-View Mc. 1: tax $».6. 

Joeapb J. LaMfiar «t ala to R. T. 
Uftnrj, I pai^ceU, plat of Lynn- 

fM p l^^ifw^^ - twf yaan 

ByiaoA T. Loafcnr et ux to Mar- 
Lin ErterpfBes, Inc.. 2 parceb. 
{^ of I^Bdiav» Bormigh; tax 
I18.7S. 

Edwtai B. Ltaxkley, Jr., et al, to 
Mar-Ui &«eipriaes. Inc.. parcel, 
{Hat of Lyatfiavei Boroi^; tax 

Paul M. Ufida to Norman Ber- 
lin, ilta sa^ plat of 1!|orough- 
good lec. 1: taw IW'.SB. 

Ploo BeeMy Qxporattoe et als 
i» Aite Q. Bamnood et ux, lot 
|u, D»«A* 17, plat 01 PnflcMB Amie 
fioM, tec. U; tax |2LM. 

Pico Rea^ Corporation «t als 
b Joe D. irabanks et ux. tot 11, 
Wock 2. plat d PrSnceea Anne 
Piaza aM. W, tax IBL80. 

pa{0ge Rc^ty, Im., to Louis 

D. HaAer et ux, tot It, Mock ai, 
plat of Princess Anne Plasa, sec. 
i; ttt HBJO. 

Oocdw W. Smith et ux to Rcb- 
ert H. PrawawaU. let f4. block 
», plit of Moeas Aiaie Plaza 
see. 4; tax 0iM. 

Bfibert N. f^^mcavHla to Donald 

E. MdCOaD ^ ux. tot 94. block 
19, plat of Priaceas Anne Plaza 
sec. 4; tax m^n. 

Erw^ G. VaManM et ik to 
Suaan J. Wolf, tot 8, block U, plat 




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iin—iM f\aiai naill#«ilmi -Aflttll 



Ibe lateit testfle achtewment. pannanent P«« ^•P^^ "^ 
iiii»^ ii tbi a«i«at farm rf w-b and wear pmn«ts. W«h mtf 
mm wmdm «a «btriaed to one af «wo main methods. Fu-st by 
u*ig a fiber «r W«d cantaiiiig fiber iiWch glvee frfjrte this propeijr. 

ttoW maAo* to aecomillihed by treatii^ the faibric chemicsity. 
Oitf $m MUag. ptaMta or other additiooa. to putnents made from 
IriMt ao treated, as wdl aittie thread used in sewing, were not sin^ 
Sttatiiei SeM» wmM flicker and wnidding devetoped after w^- 
If tiUaer m bea^ was inor* a pftaniae than a reali^MMt it was 

m^ the aatlie g/mmt la made ai^ then chemic^ treated, M- 
* hr a he# ie(a« iiroceaa lh$t permaneotiy sets ©eases and 
mmm- K is ttiere to stay th«ju#i coatiniied wadring and even macWns 
Mg You cmt wA them out or change their location by additi<«al 
otaaiag, so aMeattons are virtual^ aut d the question. The shrinkage 
S te faMc has alr^K^ taken place, so buy the garment to fit nght. 
It «aat dMi«9. P^maaeat preas m^os juat what it says. The shaiie 
la Meed to aad wrta^as, 8t(«tch, Aid linkage are virtuaEy elinu- 

No need tor h«aing is quite true wlt^ pennaneit press. The first 
gaiftwHa with Ms feature were aaeo'aaodboyi' paats. Now it is being 
il^itded tato broado: uae. ^ ^ , 

m aaw iBMlipiiwnta have mtaSi problems, but they are usually 
ovtt«ame hi fl»o. Here are semelhtaga to took for: 

QfXA — te dKmkal trealmait and baking process m«y proAice 
some aotteaAle odor to the ^rmeit This wtU be reduced bywasfaing 
«id pHM^ wfl be dloahaied ipoa bi( improved chemicals 

^jfm IglVR - tt>e procera reAices iome ft the normal strength of 
eo^ttWBi, 10 ^ wud v&mM in sUght reducUon of wear'We life. 
JlM^ nHr frapv ft iS su in^rtaM to avoid ur^dkie stress and strain. 
lb «te ^ riet«iwaL<» cf atrengh <k the cotton f&ers. bloulj^ of 
iMn «- pilymtM' Oam* w^ cotton Is i^antageoua. Ibis is ahnost 
£^By wMi V0Btk!t wHi^ gaifnento. 

DKPQU3iM.tIGN - ^Ws^ Mbrics h 
ftm a«^ and <^eoucal reactim. this 

tt» MiMiMit pmts la appliad to colored , ^ 

' Mte flf Ae cotor at the'pehite «f crease aCter a few wash- 

.^-oj«eps*owthiixnor« than others. 

yj^r^tMTt ^ laat^ii waahii^ with good detergent products Is 
a» pHUna. MacWiie ihying is also practacaL But you must not use 
ddo^ Mpch Wi* th^e che»io»lW tt»'*«4 oi.««vrt8 — like the 
^1^ iHMb afid wev t^^ dtaQokn^«a laauk aad some anr 

d ^iitewrattMi tdtes pM:e. \ou caui wac a utau, &ue c^^i^ bleach. 
Altorattoea are evaa Umtted as aU pressed creases, pleats, eto. 
WWtt be 4iMR^. 1\D he swe of both ^speamioe md good eom«ny 
fciwwr,lMta'^"-aota'*8i»." . 

mm hear of a Mini^tarty? 

A iMAfWly Is tte tfuwrar to a cal«4e<QiuHer's drenn! She can 
d^ a ieniMei«i swert becauae It's sertred in dotMii poiitom. For 
iBirtMae. ym maka a marvalous Freoch chocolata maus^ la t^y ^^-^^ 
SpsThM of tall parfaHa or sbaiheU. Thus, your calwie counters 
itave the Je^ of a rich treat to a mmiatore portim that has haV the 

AHetbir diih to satiirfy ealorle«oisHa^. A ttma canape ^ukA set- 
i^, A ayrotoem "trae" holds raw ™tab^ on jricks. Guc$ts «p 
<iWii faiTDrtti raw »ai»trt»to into a dei^^Ad tow-catorie tuna dip made 
wHli Mtod hiia and coita«i eheeae iMMfy seaaoaed. Canned tuna 
(pat paoket) ia oil> ^ well wwllh oiiramoding to I3w calorie^ounter 
|arita«tan^«ayWbiiadiagwiib<^to(w«^Mieingre#«ts toa 
m»k«v i, huLtfo a Viae way in i^l^ii fwrty glints. 

ri^' can be laada i^ raw cawots. ederir and 
ifM aat^ aqd c«^ fans ate^accd to iee water 
^ W the pail^ av ^ il^ b#ore, SB)tf k^ to the 

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OcMhaw BMfy. toe., to finwt 
G. Vifianiifltux. lotsao,!! 
a, {riat of Jactaoodato; tax $t4 

Laricto Devalapmaist 
to Bdu TaudalMw. tote 
Bean Oardn; tax $16 JO 

The Seay gonpttiy, Inc.. to By- 
raa Ttkatfy «t ax. tot f . ai»l part 
of tot tl. btoek K, plot of Virginia 
BMcb Devdopment Compwy; tax 

''"H H. father it ux to iSioodore 
BMoal al ox, tot S. bioek U, plat 
of Airowhnd bm;. S; tax ^J5. 

Carolttune Homes, Inc., to 
Gaorge Alan Lane et i». tot 2, 
fatock QQ.fMd CaroUnne Farm 
no. S; tax pB.H. 
PnxxHtv Buyers, Inc.. to Thom^ 
Bster Hope et la, tot 34. pltt 
of Ktogs Grant; tax |ai.S5. 

D. V. WWte, Jr., et ux to Robert 
A. GroH et ux. tots 20. 21. block 

•Hoel OUlk^ Tato et vir to The 
Ti^e^ O>i7(»-^on, p«t of tot 
1. btock 9. plat d Cape Hewy ^sc. 
D and tot 12, block 23, plat of 
Sbwtow Lawn He^U; tax ISO. 
Dale Fairiess Insurance Cofftora- 
tton to Lae A. Carlisle et ux. tot 9. 
block R, |dat of Birchwood Ga*- 
dena aee. l4 tax $23J5. 

Louis B. Fine et ux to Minnie 
Properties, Infc., various tots on 
plat of Besu Garden, tax 137.50. 

Doinis E. Lffl^ et ux to E^ 
mett T. ^raker et ux, k^ 9. btock 
C, plat of Huntii^ton sec. 1; tax 
^.80. 

Cecil Lee Hudson et ux to Bon- 
ney Road Cwp«-atuia. lots 11, 12. 
IS, Mock 66, pl^ of EucUd Place; 
tax $19.50. 

WaiiMn D. Hobgood et ux to 
George C. Sherrill et ux, lot 32, 
Mock 31, plat d Princess Anne 
P«aza, sec, 7; tax $23.40 

Mary M. Enslirii to Stanley G. 
Brj^, tot El, ^at of BaDyiinn 
Farm: tax |K. 

Lym Conatrucdon Company to 
D(»nell P. Davis et ux, tot 283, {di^ 
d Kii^ Grant sec. 4; tax $43.96. 

B & S Re^y Oxnpany, Inc., to 
Arthur A. Hall et ux, M 8. block 
B. plat of Birchwood Gard^ sec. 
1; tax $25.50. 

Ei^fene P. Laiming et ux to Feiix 

A. Reader rt ux, part.rf tots 48, 
49. 51 an of SO, t4at d Laurd 
Manor; tax $20.10. 

George Baney et fflf^ ^dm 
Thomas Dyson et la, parcel, i^at 
of Viil^a Beadi feoarou^; tax 
JMB.45. 

Robert E. Roby et itf to Edward 

B. Harris et ux. tots 26, 28, block 
44, i^t of Shadow Lawn Heights; 
tox $18. 

Scott Construction Corporation to 
Derald B. TtKHnpson et ux, krts 8, 
9, 10, btock 64, plat of E^lid 
Plaee; tax $18. 

Ralph M. Wood et ux to Edward 
Neale Durkae at ox, tot 107, plat 
of Acredale aec. 7; tax $22.90. 

Ferdjee's, Inc., to Gro^e Point 
Corporation, tots 21, 22, 23, ,24, 
Kock 4, plat of Windsor Woocb sec. 
2: tax $18.90. 

Paui H. H^es et ux to Amh^w 
L Acu3 et ux, lot 5', l^>ck 1, plat 
of Lake Shores sec. 3; tax $31.80. 

Margaret L. Hunter to L«st3r R. 
MUton et ux, lot 6 and 4 <tf tot 7, 
plat d North Bdlwood Park; tax 



m^m. 

KenpMrflb Maadwi , toe., to 
na^ (^nipany, lae., tot 

. 1^ if Urkafur sec. I; toi 
$•.11. 

Itohet C. tttffiV « us to RoM 
L. imi0m al ox, lit M. plat if 
IVweSs Piriflt; tax III.M. 

jMMi E. Boidei at « ll Uo II. 
D«aps^ it ux. tot S, Mm* H. 
{M of l^laaias Anna Rata aae. 
3; tM mM. 

Boc^wood Con^ructton Coqm^ 
thm to Itobwt E. Headrtt it w. 
lot Mi plat of Cape Slory By-nw- 
Sea; t» liaiO. 

.tames L. Midiit at ux to M- 
Uam §. iawyar at ux, tota 4, 1. 1, 
7, », btock «, plM of EacHd 
Hace; tax IMJO. 

itorry Realty Coiporatlee to 
Lyns 1^ Gaaaar ^ ux, tot 31, plM 
of Ktogi C^ant sac. iA; tax $30.19. 

Ndl L. Harv^ et ux to Robnt 
I. Kaaten et ux. tot Mt. plat of 
Thorwi^tgood sec, 3; tax WM 



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tot m pM rf^ HMlnd IK. t; 

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l^milaiiit Ooraa r a fc a ta M^ 

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Ham*- teaftrik it « i 
DavU R. fimtm al Wk-M i. 
Mack r. plat if ialt MM IN. 

4; tax |».||. . -J . T 

mmm Mi Mi unto 
imm ii. lum 4 11. IM t, 
b!ock $. plat d milMtii Vtt- 

li^; tax mS. 

Mmrd l^aritCwMI it ok to 
G^rp Cari Ca^ it as. tot M, 
bock 8. plit if Arafaaa Wtm 
sec. S; m 9MI. 

Dmiu Qxwtooi^aa CorporatiM 
to Itaitos p. Df^pwa. tot % b^ 
IS. f.ik d Prtoeeas ^ne Plsa 
see. 8; tax WS. 



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Robot W. WoodhmMe. V 4 « 
to Bruce BanMrd et ux. i^ircei, 
fiai of Lynahawa B«tN^; tax 
$21. 

Joseph A&ert Adams et ta to 
Jam» A. M^^ et ux. lot l6. Mode 
C, plat of Woodairst; tax $25.86. 

John C^er Cale et ux to Her- 
nun H. Burton et ux. tot S$, plat 
of Ncvth Alanton; tax $38.25. 

Joito T. Young et ux to Arklrew 
M. Wirth «t ux, lot 18, btock EE. 
piM Of Carolaime Farm las. 3; 
tax $32.10. 

Doi^ney T. Taedma to Heary 
Dale et ux, tot 2, btock 41, plat 
of Aresoaa Vittage aec. 9; lax 
$22.80. "^ 

Leon C. Cottrill et ux to Roy 
W. Matone d ux, lot 3, block D, 
pJat of Uke ^res sec. 4; tax 
$30.78. * H 

Walter C. IteeM^ el mc to Junes 
F. Lan&an et ux, tot 21, Mock D, 
plat of Lake Shores aM. 4; tax 
$31.35. "^ 

<Hflri*^-Oomelh»iMft to 
Gr^ry Ri»lty Corporation, tot 
24, plat cf Indian Rivor Village 
sec. 1; tax $t8.30. ^ 

Gr^ry Realty C(»p(Mration to 
Hoface E. ComeliiB ©t ux, tot 7, 
pat of Westview Village; tax 
$26.10. ,. \^, .> _ 

Tlwmas F. Wadditt ^ ux to 
Mathew Stevens et ux. Id 11, 
Wock 15, ^m d PttRc^s Anne 
Plaza sec. 4; tax $17.25. 

lla«4ce FmUtii ¥1mi^ et m 
to Grayaon RulaeO MitcheQ et ux, 
lc| JH, UodE 5, flat of AragiHia 
\^age sec. 5; tax $3^.45. 

J<€ C. Wetls et ux to Robert M. 
Skeftiuroe et ux, lot 30, piat of 
Lynn !%or«; tax $47.70. 
Ho(^soo Oonstru(^on Corpta-a- 

tion to Alan B. Si^ ^ inc, tot Vh 

b!ock 7, plat of West Aknton sac. 

3, tax $36. 

Way^de at MaUbu, Inc., to Her- 
bert W. SUddi et ux, tot 513, piat 

of MailM see. 6; tax $30.13. 
Wayaide at Mfttni, toe., to 

Dai^ E. OaidirfllU et ux, tot 101, 

plat of M'sHbu Mc, 6: tax mM. 
Wayskle at MaUbu, toe., to 

Leo.nard G. P^dm et ux, tot 507, 

piat of MaUbu a^. 6; tax |»je. 
ayde E. UvrfM, Jr., et i#c to 

Omits E. Austto et ux, tot ». 

plM of iMmoB F&C9A sec. 1; tax 

$24.30. 
Carlton T. Ouiland et ux et als 



|mmb N. Binv et ux to Robert 
R. Lohar et ta, tot H. ptot of Itel- 
lamy^ Manor lec. C-2; tax $«. 

John B. J«Ms et ala l» Van- 
guvdr me., faxed, f^ of L^nn- 
haven iBtw#: tax laiUO. 

AUte B. Catop et al to Vanguard 
Inc., pared, p^ d Lym^vea 
Boroa^; tax tttS. 

Jack J. (mmfsi et ux to J^s^te 
S. Majevddd ^ ux, tots 28. 28, 
block 56, ptat of SteHtow Laws 
Hei^; tax $23.96. 

Kay Lee !^ et ux to I^id J. 
SlKvtoAi etyto, tot A. Meek «, ptot 
of IhiUa mhor; tAk $11.50. 

Chartos E. Baani^ dt lac to 
Ssmad L. Mayfaaw, Ji'., et ux, tot 
^, plat of Labfite Jtafii sec^ 
B; tax $25J0. 

GkS Corp<»-i^dn to Charles E. 
Basn^ et ux, tot 6, block L, piat 
of Lake Smith Ttfrace sec. 5; tax 
$37.« 



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VIRGINIA KAcai - rtf ^- 
p4«'Mac^ Little "AMter*! o^- 
r^ productim, "Wm. W0L, 
Landy N^", has a snaB Ptew 
A^Bd iaa w (^rlstmas Eve for 
a l>ackp<HiDd. Tbere, an unhappy 
mmlOT man and a lonely woman 
meet TTiey comfort ea<* otiiar 
mA d)|re their "itoriM," ^vlag 
eadi cJwr die warmth andN^m- 
^ikw$Mp they both ds^ierately 
ne«j. tbe foflai^ng day, Christmas 
day, they both rwdve what tfjey 
are SQisg to do iri)oiA Aeir Uv^. 



trnna by Mbart, Md«-»3n 
wiO <V«> Decmim ^d and run 
the 44, ^, l(tth' and llth, at the 
Cour^ard Playhouse on ITUi St. 
(Vir|^9la BeacA BoidevardK 

Jaae Flentaig and "Mac" Mc- 
Ifmus brad the eaiA with Penny 
aod Charles Martin, Ginny Poulus, 
and Itm A. Eya-ly Jr. The play 
is dli%cted by Liz Sills. 

TIdcets for this, the Little T}»- 
ti^t second production of tie 
s^saa, may be obtained by cat- 
tee tiMOl or 428^11. 



Boyt' Choir Culinrai Aelight 



Elk's charities aad tbe Gsieral 
ik^^Ul d Vlr^iia Bwch ara tiie 
i^ipia^ of flMfi^ary benefit 
Sifiwi from aidb of ttdcets to the 
iwowoed Boys' Town Qioir recital 
rocehwd 1^ a cap«>ity crowd at 
the CMc On^r last wedt. And we 



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CASTJUiD 
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VniGWlA BEaO! - WredDfi 
a Fl^ S»li» and Shiriey Pefi- 
tr«i| hrw iSiouiieed the cast and 
^i^^datn^ ^ Chrtitmas play 
Id be presoited by the liOweH's 
Laymeo Smitif School class of 
^^r^nla Bt»A M^badiit Oastdi. 

"iM^much," &» ooMtA piny 
ftdipted by tibea^. Ernest Etau- . 
rian team ZMn Mwkhon's fa- 
mous poem, "Hie Graat GumI 
Comi lo." win be preaeetod in 
Om (Aurcb sanctuary on Decena&er 
12 and 19 at 7:30 pjn. 

8aO SBtmig h cast to the lewi- 
i^ role In wMch he pm^iq^ Oxt- 
tM, m ifed Md d««oat cobbter. 
Wupfer^ pkym an BiU How- 
tfd. Bud EtjbiMri t. Merle Di^er. 
Shirl^ SMRas, and P^y 
Scoppa. 




SdmUtt, JQin«i t* Boys' Town 
itdl in 1941 when jfesyas a newly- 
ordained prieat. and jte Parted the 
Choir with » musicWly an*itious i 
iromgsters. Today mare than 300 
boys are o^i^ in l!w chora! 
progrwn and have given concerts 




the f^ipji ft'nu (rf y higMy in s uch noted places as Orchestra 



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Ht-Master. 



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wans 

mtartiuning evening ol sacred and 
satsiUHT nuisic i^raldi^ in the 
keMa^ teum. 

ll^or Dusch saui, as he pre- 
aatttod FMhar Fruicis Schmitt, di- 
ncttf, dw goidm space capsule as 
tbe k^ to the city. "We are grate- 
fad tor tills evening d odtural mu- 
sic and hope to have mive and 
OMve of it at Virginia Beadi. As a 
menriw at Hbt 'Mayors Four Quar 
tet,' I Aall pttrticuiarly af^reciate 
it" 

lUrly fiv« handsflme AmnicaQ 
maks, fram 8 to 18 years d age 
(some wiggled . . . some giggled 
... and scratched . . . some tired 
... and (me litUe fdlaw didn't 
ang a note because of laryngitis, 
lield a rev^%nt pMitwn on tbti 
UdA row with tym ghwd m the 
dkector) rendered iwisical cem- 
positicms in Ea^ish, Spanish, 
French and Latin, each acmg a 
(^jpsule d clarity jad Mk^ Bale 

a i«n. . 

iHe voiees. from Ae sweet so- 
praMS of t^ vary young to the 
deep bass of the older boys ran 
the gamut of Bratans' "In Silent 



AJae in die east an twdve dUl- 
II '(^: Judy DttOv, Kathy Sc(»pa, 
I Itattn 'itAeyi 8»n Jane l^ley, 
f Lnira Earley, Doma McOu^. Sue 
f^wdi, Itotmie Gbartoi, Bradey 
arown, Sle«« f^M^, Mkhad Fel- 
ly, and Jeff J^r^e^. 



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liIiBs Eva lie ^Savage wiU be 

director .el Tnwjir/''^aga 
Conmtttee ehalnnai 



tor 

Hubbani. music^iaiaon; Bill Mc- 
Chrg and ,nm Chatlton, propar- 
tieat Mra^'WUiam Brown and &irs. 
Alvia J«rrett, decoration; WSi 
Tjts^, 'vdiais; KB Bud»rt, fi- 
nance; Dick Graham, sound and 
Hfhting; Mrs. Richard W. Millll'. 
eealumra; Mrs. Richa^ R. Ck$- 
ham, tele(dMme; Mrs. Merie Y. 
pOgga*. script and ^snga^ia^; 
lits. BlUy Howard and Mrs. Ba- 
li^ Rdbinson, i»t>gram nd {Wb- 
Ue^: and Mrs. Hu^ I^dnw 
tfod Mrs. Mai^aret Fouier, malB^ 



Ni^''; Proveoal, "Brii^ a Torch 
Jeanette, Isabella"; and Gallus, 
"Ascendi^ Deus," to tlM Amwican 
"Way Up oa OU SmckM^" and 
"Cindy." 

Ttit candldit Nativity scttie was 
exquisite. , 

Tbe ei^re ckak chu^ad eos- 
tmm U»ee tines. ^«««a . 

llie Elk dfieen d Vkginia 
||each Lodge 2868 ushered aiuL 
wore tuxedos with ^te ctiwition 
boutonnaires. Th^ were 3dm H. 
Shand. exalted ruler; Roland W. 
Dxldy, secretary; Josej^ F. Cur- 
ran, leading kai^t; Edward A. 
Smide. loyal knight; Davis Rog- 
en, bcbtfifii knight; Bruce L 
HaU, treawrw; Oiarles W. Tw^- 
&, tiler; William H. Carnes, ^ 
quire; Frank E. Butler III, chap- 
lain; and Ttonas C. Shoemakar, 
tamer guond. Hie truatees are B. 
M. Saitfcm. Lee A. Pollander, !^ 
B^ S. KeUwn. Rdbot L. Sln^»on 
and Lee L. Hanuick. 

fhe director. Father Francis 



Hall in Chicago, ^mphony Hffl in 
Boston, Coftstibition Hall in Wash- 
m0xa\, D. C. the Eastman T^t- 
ter to Rochato-, Came^ HaU in 
New York aty, aiwl many dhen, 
singing to more than 90 thooswid 
people in 46 cities (hirtog an ei^A- 
we^ tour. 

MAy assisting Father Sdonitt 
Fnudi Siynslde, hkns^ a 
citizMi d Boys' Town who 
was' a soloi^ in tte choir during 
student days; and the accom- 
panist now to his swwnd year, was 
Maksim Breda, a graduate of 
Xavier Univerity in New Ortoans 
who b^ a master's degree in 
music from the ^Univeri^y of In- 
diana. ^ ^ 

Hie audience respected 'real fiie- 
atre' aiM) were so attired for Uie 
occasitm. 

Wm Father Schmitt, toe Chdr 
and the awVanee sang tbe "ftar 
^^angled Barnio-" t<^ther. all 
were fa-auf^ with the meanii^ of 
Thaidt^iii^ and A<hfont Season 
jartraj^ in the poignant faces 
■d FatlMT Flanagan's Boys Town 
Choir.-Den^ AraoM Bvaes. 



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VIROINIA BEACH -> The Cltf- 
foid flerzer Piano School. Norfolk 
1^^ Vurginia Beach, adiM>ui»es 
three studeiA piano redtals at the 
Kjorfolk location, 748 Shirl^ Ave- 
mie, Sundagr. December 9. 

Hie fir^ r^tal wiU >e at 2:00 
p.m. and will feature the advanced 
pupils of dyfford Herzer. 

The second recital will be at 
3rS0 and will feature ^ pupils 
from tiie class of Walter Noona. 

The third recital wfll be at 5:00 
:).m. and wiU feature the ^daits 
d Carol Noona. 

Many stadents from tiie Virghiia 
Beach area will be pres«^. 
I^se recitals are fre^ and ogea 
to the public. 



3t#VlllMNA BIACIf *I.VD», vAsiNIA BIACH 

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"THE MESSIAH" . 

VIRGimA M:aCH - The Sfarth 
annual j^onMnce d Handd's 
"The Messiah" by tbe Cboir of the 
First Prerih^ieAaa ClMffdi, S^ 
St. and Rapines, will be presaifed 
Sunday, Deconber 5, at 5 p.m. to 
the churcj; sanctuary. 

The Choir wiU be unda* Qie di- 
recti<m of Wrs. Irene A. Korte, 
with Mrs. FVieda Vogan d Nor 
^olk as orgaai^. 

The public is cndially invited 
to attend. 



tke most intriguis^ Art Sbow that 
the Studk) Gidlay has h«| $m 
ftf is a show ccnibtoatoi of 28 
award-winning |^sto 9nd fine 
photography of WQliwa S. I^t- 
toriL 

Artirts that are r^rM«*ed to 
this slKm a!« Ye^i Bomstem, 
Marjorie BeU. Dick Cosiitt. John 
^urran. Tom Fwtorea. Bcfverly 
Funnan, Elsa Gerst, N<»«ian 
Goodwta, Henrietto Hoopes HearA, 
A. B. Jackson, H«-b Jones, Cor- 
neUa Jui^e. G«>rge and Ruth 
Laaicso, Gdut Laurop, and Doto- 
thy Mitchdl.. ' 

Also included k% Va^ca MIKAaQ. 
Elsa Natherscda, Cal^ 1^, 
Ruth Peertoss, Vtotor Ptokett, 
Charlotte Roidnscui, LOQan RoMn- 
thal. Reitha Sedel, Barkiay Shealei. 
OiarlM SMey, Watta- Tlirift and 
Fay Zetlto. 

j^ ^ww itself is taranoi^ 
vwied anl <iuite good m i^mtbI 
with the exceftfiffii of a few pk&» 
bat are not at tfa&r be^ by the 
arti^. Some of &e4}etter things 
that wa« ippeaUi^ to me w«re 
Edna Lazaron's "Little Girl." Ms-- 
jorie BeW's "Wtoter Trees,?' %ib 
Joaes' "Flight of the Geese," Bev- 
erly FitfniM's "Ttansition" and 
ilenrietta Hoopes* w^ baoSed 
"E^ and Blade Bosa." 

Among ether oulstonding |ic- 
turas wwe Donthy Mitcbdl's "Oii- 
na (koiw." a v&y soft paitoral 
land8(^>e; C3iarb)tte Rcbiason's 
"Confusion"; Elsa Gerst's "Algon- 
quto Sunset." a IMih and bright 
landscape; BarkUy Sbok's "Sue 
Boat"; ':Wbite Bt^xh" by John 
Curran. his new direction whidi 
ha has obtatoed Mpem a^ and 
cool feding. 

Also Waltar Tlu-tft's "Frost Pat- 
terns" and "Periclean Wall Study," 
boUi ©illages; A. B. Jackron's 
"Landscape Study" aad '"Ilffee 
Birds"; Norman Goodwto's "St 
FraiKis and SioiAla- (hnuuneit"; 
Yetto Bormtein's nice watercokw 
"Pearl c^ the Sea"; Charles Sib- 
ley's "Portswottth Beadi": F^e 
ZeUm's "Paoitiii^ of Spaee"; 
Reitha Sedel's "Seated Girl," a 
beautifully done figure stu^f wUh 
a sensitivity of paint; Oolite Mill's 
"Between Poses" (perhaps tte be^ 
thing to (he show); and Rirtb 
Laakso's "Radiant Fonn." a 
strong spontaneous oudnirst of 
color. 

Also induded to the show are 
seme good pieces of scu^)ture by 



work to Aahdae md^Utk Ch- 
sitt's popi^ QMl^l Amtra^ iPd 
his quite whlmacal "King ami 
Qtmu" aqd C^o^a Latfiao'a "Li^ 
ltoa|> Tree" and Us "(Wh Ftteht" 
yken he has di^tnr^lfte Mit^ 
of movem^t 

Tte ^ow win niQ ttu-oi^ tl^ 
month of Deo^iba- at tte %ido 
G^ery at C^[»«k and Norfiuk 
Avenues, and ii well worUi sem^ 
even U« a ae<^ time. 

-V«M« 



CItlzms 



NORFOLK - Aajrox^t^ m 
p«-sons, r^TMOiting cqintriK 
from all ov«r we mM, becime 
citizens of the tTnitod States to, a 
pa^irwii^iitfaiq pnyffn hriJ to ttie 
U. S. WsSa Court, Ba^ 6is- 
tfict d Vhi^, DK^nniw i at 
2:30 pm. witb Judge Walter E. 

Tbe tovocstkto wd b«»di<^0n 
were given by tbe Rev. William H. 
fyam d Foua^vU^odist 
CItorcfa. Judge B^RUilrintn^a^ 

McC. Tompkins, U. S. Martae 
Corps. Deputy Gl|i«{ of SMtf d 
cuifllw*. * :\- 

iba B«m^ of MoioDi Mid |li^ 
prto^ Aaoe Cou&tjr^CbApteni of 
die Otu^^b^ of the An^ton 
Rew^Uon p«1id{>ated to Ae 
event 

Tbe weiMBie nM»sage was |^ 
en 1^ jin. H, G. Bowerfind d toe 
Nerfdk Qim^. and the Ple^ 
ol Alk^ance mi ABi^ieaB ereed 
was led by Ibf. John T. Gi^ton 
Jr., cbaimmQ d Am^ic^im tu 
toe Priaeeaa Anna County aia|it«-. 

Pages for tfte me^g were Ifiss 
Betty Ana Gtvtoe aad lOas 1^0 
fioKgar. Hiey diatrlxi^ mkaAe 
cards, leitfleto and fta# at toe 
me^i^. 

C. B. PrltcMord Jr. aang toe 
"Rar ^m^ Bimte" mid 
"Arnica tte BtauJ^td.". 

A eotor g^ Mil ie U: S. 
Martoe Co^ waa $fb||t at the 
meettog. 



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4864 ^^ Ro^ at Baysieje 
4920 Virginia «N#! ilyd. at Ar#g(W ViHage 
2422 Prinaai Anne Road at Courthouse * 

' No. 4 Jai# *PPPing Canter ^orfolk 
No. 8 Selcten Arcade - N<Hiplk 
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Oae Day Ooly-Wedtoesday. Deceaaber S. 
F&M ENIKHM^jM 

^^E fir^ST HOUR$"-lh Wor- 

f*S$ stetepMst er pioctomaaaa eaa JaAeh Us Mzoe oew. Ae 
ame SIB WINSTON /CHUBCBILL W^^Oy umimo." . . • 
nraiideBt Jdia |F. Konedy. 



ELVIS I* coming |n"HARUM SCARUM" 
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VIRGINIA BIACH REALTY^ 

KeaHoii 

OFFERS COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SSRVICI 
• RESIDENTIAL SALB 
• COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 
' • RENTALS Clearly and Seasonal) 
' LAND DEVaOPING 
• FARM SALK 

• DEVELOPER'S AGENT 
• ALL TYPES OF FINANCING 




MainOfficft At 
1705 LASKIN RD. 



ARROWHEAD (UME 
NIGHIS RINEIP 

VIRGB^IA BSIAiCH *- Stai^ 
Dec. 3rd and eortluiim UBia tbe 
close of sdMX^, the C^ Raorea- 
tion Dept. will iftfofx tkf^tm 
^ight eadi Friday xa^ from 7:60 
p.m.^:30pjn. 

Ttiis prt^s^am was toa^^ui^d 
last sprii^ by Mr. Wifflam CUiri- 
son, P. E. ^qj^iiar and DkectaNr 
of Afterschod Htysratoidi. Ike 
restilta were so pnndMlgtoa B«c- 
{eatton Dept. dadded ipeeajpara- 
tkm wWi Mr. Prine. the seMi 
principal, to continue tola prof^am 
this faU. 

Two adults, Mr. Rfibert Anth 
and Mrs. Alice Shiifer, a^ are 
members of the sdiod's totflitog 
staff, WiU supervise the #n|pBn 
that will utilize the g^, C^octe 
areas that can be United (mfSm 
pormit^) and o^ piyMs m ttte 
buiMng tiiat can be c£)||4'|# 
gates. \ 

The ptogram t| ^^i^ to M 
boys and girls who va ^ 90^ 
5-9. Tbey roust sip a n^lfiN^pn 
card and partidpato to iki 1^^ 
gran. Attire w8l 6e ^l^Mod 
spati cif^kuL 



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a.nl«Bwdt SUN, Thufscta/, December 2, T965 




INTERSTATE CONSTRUCTION 
MAY BE DEUVED 






• IMALNOIKB 



EWBERN — iB^fici^t fed- 

fuads n»y W«y comptetioo 

t e tetersysiem beyond the 

hded M7S deafiiM. Highway 

mUs^oner Dot^las B. fugate 

id T\;«riay. 

His ramarics ctme in In addren 

S-mlle lection d Interstate 

from Newbwn to OiristiaiAurg 

SouthwMt Virginia was opened 

raffle. 

Tiie PularU Ownber d Com- 

lerce ^xmsored a dedicatiMi cer- 

TiMiy for fl» new l,«0-foot In^es 

3rry bridge acrtm the New Riv- 

r. The brWge is part d t^ inter- 

tate project. 

Fugate noted that &» sdMcMed 
•wnpletiOT for the nation's 41,«»- 
nile intwstate networlt, being fi- 
'am^ with 90 percoM fedtfal 
md UlJeto^ state funds, is just 

4_^ , ^ 

"But^ tile intenAate iHrc^mn, 
diere niay not be suffldeAt hin^ 



to finldi Uie vmk on ttoe," be 
-aid. "In Uiis ev^ ttie intM^te 
deadline wodd bai% to be eaitendL 
ed to piriuipa UTI or un." 

"The project of a iMs^ it bM 
a happy one tor those ol us in 
the hi^ay IMd. or for ^ gen- 
eral public ettte-. For we wm* 
to get tfa^e badfy needed talo^ate 
roads buik tod mem on to other 
urgent \r^k prdAeam." 

The conunisskm^ noted that 
Virgiiya's H^iway Departmort 
wiM be unabto to put aopne |21 
millkm in interstate conatnM^iin 
iffldo' cdotrad during tiili fiaed 
year, as banned, because of a 
shortage of federal ftmds. 

He saM Virginia raidcs near the 
top ol the list (tf rtates in the 
swiftness wi^ which its ii^tfstate 
fedend aid has be«i put to wwk. 

i^ the end of 196S, he said. 
wRie -«fr maea^l^ th» itM*'« V 
OSNnile intoritate networic wiB be 
open for traffic 



n«e; tfMoee soutt r«r fewt lU* 
to ttt PiMic Rom to Mmnai; 
^m Bam m'4tt Wat MCr to a 
itettflB; Amim NoMi l«*ir ^it 
MM to • l|i^; ttMei m(k 
«^ EMt mr to fto^te flMlt 
of kadBrinci MotoftHf tm 



llgli •■ Ac list «f roDodeitog projects was tlM kMefaesi wMch vadet- 
wmm tee mm <M MKOtt mw appHaana, gbaed ceramic 
Ml tailiiliiii mi certtBle mflaalc tfc fla««4ibt aM cham aad 



CNANGES 



, flie reappearance of a more 
pVKtoui atmoqf^b&e to f unBy liv- 
i^ aod a deaira for more 4>ace 
^mm$imt a taonMr are causing 
ooariairafeie change In home con- 

; gfrm^toa mi modoidzatiai. 

teffSvAow a growing demand 
for luyir and more cheenfiAy dec- 
00^ ^nty Utebens wilh MfQ- 
ulm^iillll ■iia Hill mrMrir tflri 
Iwi «id coiatartaiM that add 
md mUbnte deaiyag 



ptnte homas, the cani)iaatk» 
Itotog room-dbriqg room is bring 
v^lptead with a fiiQ. fonaa! 



SttapiBg anaa, too. mt nddergo- 
ia$ 4»tte iHfii homeowMrs pre- 
tmk^ torgor beftoonp that are 
man deeo^iiva and apadous 
smpi to pOT^ I iliMly or idtllug 
a—a ^ 

T'i Ire d ton^rd \nasi(msne^ 
' -^' ?♦ i««l'wing to be 

* »•« b ' the detiTind for multinje 
ba*Vr'H»r8 and powdo- roans with 
^mrmc TraHs and floors. Today, 
ft* awwage i^w »»n» has tr^m 
one btitt to a bstii and a l^f more 
4i» ito c-wiiter^ of ten years 
a<io. 

rt^Wcs iriao Iridicate that 

" ' p fl'tTi "refer an exii^ing 
f). tiw^a newlv4)u-'t since 
e^dfr •wwea u^iallj $^ largw and 
rtler p^ita «^iportunity for re- 
mttMtog, Itowew, the age of a 
hdw« fai sot aao^arify the r^uon 
tor eonmendi^ a hone toipro^^ 
QMt fH^^. i*hw homeowne», 
ir eayoide, i^^eid idxMt 18.000 
dto^'ag the first y^tf'ta a new 
hsrut to RMke generd improve- 
•tat add more i/ay and ocm- 



A3UU TflAT oirt^ ^pel, piaea 
or pHtii of land, attaal^ lyhig 
aal biM hi tba (% oll^^^ 
jMch, Stoto of VtegWt. hi $m 
board Boroigh, booadptf aid de- 
scribed as Mkm'. On Iba 
by te taed a^ by W. T 
to Isaac Hurdle: oo the Eat KgT 
W. T. Butt, on the South hr l^ib 
Locker, and on the Wast ^ the 
landa former^ N. Baraei Md T. 
Warden, aaid hod 
kif CoiffHs ttod 
tog to a lurwy tharaof mtoH h> 
J. G. Moort, Gooiify Shfv^w, 
r^bnmy is. ifU, and ^^ft« 
known as Plat "C' cMitatotli4l 
acrea, more * Iwa. ' * 

•Tenns of aala: Ctah. 

The Ughoat Wddw shall d^natt 
with the »eclal Co mi n l nl M M r at 
the time of the sale atmr m 
(10%) p&ceiA of his Wd. ibe 



• tiMi. mhw 



w^mmtitti^^i'^tm'^ 



If ththrtlAaia^oi^** 
e B W B wmt iB«a «OT>ww") j^^ 
Un I HA. to pjmiaiif « me 
lAn-.Sdaa Aet at l^fUa. 
ItaaaaMih 

MA Biddt. be. 
^ fl»iMt& 
, 'Ifli^iteBaa^ V«. 







to tta Cktlt'a^Offiet of d» Or- 

ciA Oodrt of tha W «l WgW« 
B«Mk on the IHh itar of NmhIbi 

bar, HH> 

^•te af MMtedaM 
TfflUIA D. ¥ICK. Ratatilf. 



Fttf QMlity And Uw f ijc es 
BE SURE TO VISIT 



mt 

RUG SHOP 



50 W= list $tTO«t 



>«fi wr.tr«»«- __ ^ ^.^.briahce of the purchate price 
A section of Interstate 85. from r*"^. ... .^.,-. «? 



fort to fanyiy living. 

Last y«ar ak»e, more than Hl.S 
biOkm w« spot in home modeml- 
xatto. 90 per ceirt of which was 
^aradated by the woman of the 
house and her ^^bre for newer 
aai nwre modem materials. 

Hl^ on the Bat of remodeling 
inojecto was the Idtchoi wfak^ 
undewent a face lifting &at in- 
cluded new ^)idiances, ^ased ce- 
tm^ ^ ooaotortops aiMl ceramic 
^^ moaiiK: tite floors tot add duurm 

iriii^ eacipt far Ae awMB—- ! aad t li e e rtulae as «id reducet?!eaa^ 

ing chorea. _; ■_^ ^ ^, 

The si»eatoi poputertly of ca- 
ranric tiie. which once was linked 
to the bfeitfaroom, is indicated by 
Ae fact that more ftan ll-million 
spare feet of ceranrfc lile is used 
in ev«7 100,000 homes buflt. 

Ideal for floor uae. cerankj mo- 
saics, or isi^aMd^te are csEteww* 
f y 'ong-'asting and require^ wax- 
'H" t 'HjVah'ng '^^'" an occa'iori- 
V duT!'' pwr'n? te nec"ssary to 
k^e- a ceramic nw^c Toqr mrr- 
ont'v attractive. Ceramic "mos-jric 
f'e is today availrfilo ir. a Wl-^e 
rmgi of Hch solid and textured 
colors and to prtteras dwt Maid 
w'ith almost anv de^reting thntM?. 
U«e (rf sudj nM)dem materials 
'rcrea es the va'ue of a home 
a 'lis extra cl-arm ^fdXr'rov'dps 
Msv maintena'Tce for Q^'-^iftiSy 
«?eH£irg mwe grw:ioi», cMtfree 
tjv'ng 

A «rari^ of tile desipi ideas in 
ceramic mosaic, glazed tBe and 
flr.mrrv tile are contained in a n»w 
bodc'et. "New DecoraUi^ Ideas 
lor Ceramic Tile." To obtain a 
cwsy, 80nd 10 cents to mvk- pos- 
tage tc D^nuiment H8, American 
OV'a" Tile OwnJ^y, Lansdale, Pa. 



DON'T SHOOT 
PHCj^NTtL 

RICHMOND ~ With amaU E\nie, 
seaaoitt in ft^ awii« bodi ewt 
and west of the Blue Ridge, the 
Virginia Game Commission again 
urges hunters to be extrem^ 
c^^ not to draot pheasants. 
Game Division CSiief R. H. Cross 
says that thou^t^M killiii^ of 
these experknenta% stocked birds 
drastically reduces duuicM of 
their success establistenent and 
invalidates btdogical evahiirtion of 
the rdeaae. AHfaou^ rfwoting (rf 
pheasanto outskle licenaed dwoting 
preaervea Is itiictfy pniAkted, a 
oyDolMr of the esfwrknotal birds 
itodBed fay t}.e Game Commisatog 
are know i to have been ixA bcHh 
M^ddaitally and intalQcnaQy by 
huntera. . _1_ ^ 

Ihe rtfw diMppcafjftce of phea- 
svrts in an area following initial 
rdeasea usually in intopreted as 
a sign that the birds are not niited 
to the conditkBtt there. Cross said. 
B iliegd dxx^h^ was the cause 
oi the disappearance, it could in- 
doGB tte GommiMiorf to alMndon 
die project, ttiereby deriving 
sportsmen in the area of a tioten- 
tlal addi^n to Uwir Anting fare, 
Huntera can combat this bv dose 
restraint on themselves and tiwir 
hunting compahtons and 1^ re- 
porting any violatioiia that come 
to their attoitkm. 



the North Carolina border to South 
ma. a schechded for openiag later 
this mondi. A stretdi of bitarMate 
64, b^ween B<^on» Brk^ and 
Labumxn Ave., east of BiOnaa^ 
is scheduled to be completed in 
DeMDihe'. 



to 



be paid within ten (10) days. 

THOMAS C. BROYUCS 
Speda! CoRrafa^oiMr 
I CERUFY that the bonl re- 
quired by the abova DMrat has 
gtv«B by the Spedtt Gam- 



Captain Jomi 0. S^ierman, Jr. 
^USN) and Mrs. Sherman^ and 
their &m, Jdin C3ay, have recoit- 
ly moved to Virginia Beach frcmi 
Arlington. Virginia. 



Miss Orville (Kitty) Harwood 
has r^u»ed|o her home tm 22nd 
Street after a visit to Richmond 
where she was' a guest oi her aimt 
and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. George 
T. Khig. 



POST OFFICE USTS ZIP CODES, 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

PUBLIC SALE (MP REAL ESTAI'E 

PURSUANT to a Decree of the 
Circuit Cwirt of Ae City of Vh:- 
gtoia Beadi, Virginia, made and 
entered on the 29 day (rf Novem- 
ber, 19«, in d)e Chiincery cnise 
of MARTHA OWENS REEVfiS 
sod CHBSTESl REEVES vs. 
GEORGE T. OWENS, et als. pend- 
taig id the Circuit Court of the 
City (rf Virginia Beadi. Vii^nia, 
die undersigned win on the 15th 
day of De^scber, 190B, at B:00 
ofctodc nocn of that day, ^ die 
hoBtAm of the Clark's Olfce of 
the dmut Court of Virginia Beach, 
Anne Borou^, Virghiia 
Vhrgtoia. offw for sale to 
the hi^est bidder, the folkwing 
d^cribed real estate: 

ALL THAT certato tract, piece 
or' pared (rf land, with the im- 
pipvements tha'e(Hi, and the ap- 
purtenances thereto betoi^;tog, 
with a ri^ to drain the same 
throu^ die ditch of William T. 
Butt (as conveyed to the grantor 
barein by William T. Butt), sihiate 
and lytog on the Ninrnio Road, 
leading to ^ipps SchooBiouse, to 
Seward Borough, Ctty of ^igto- 
ia Bea(^, Vn^inia, bounded and 
described as foUows: On the Norft 
by die land of Em^ M.* Owena, 
on the East by the land of WiHiam 
T. Butt, on die Soaih by die Pub- 
lic Ro9d leading to Nimmos, and 
on the West by the land (rf Enuat 
M. Owens, said land bemg more 
particularly described, as Aawn 
by die un-recorded plat of Jo^ 
G. Moore. County SurveytH", dated 
Deceniit>er 21. 1918, viz: Beginnkg 
at the Public Road to Nimmos, 
and runntog N(^ 46''06' East 
670.4' to a post at tiie ihtosectian 
of two private roads as ^antad 
to E. ImAxx, E. M. Owens, mi 
odiers. to be used to contoKn as 
a right of wi^ out to ^ pdbUc 
road; dience Soudi 1»*08' Weit 
S38J' to Marked Gum, Itefarsuw 



JOimV. FENTRISSS. Oeit 
By: liary M. WUte. D£. 



OyCVBD W. VI(S. 0|i«Biidai^ 

Tte dbjact (rf lUs aitt to to «b- 
Ote m mBdnMBt ft«mlha atid 
il|f>atiiil. ifwn die grouds of 
otofrfi^ not conaemraMad. 

Aid ito ^(tovid havtog btm 
made ahd filed that the difvd- 
nra toat known address b^ng: 
c/o Ifra. Dtvid VTck, Sr.. Ben- 
aetto, Paaturv Road. Suifolk, Vir- 
glffi ^f, but lAer diligeiA mvc^ 
^a- yUfldif haa haw 4ii^de to 
kxirti hhn, it to ordered that ha do 
apiwar hare widdn ten (10) d«ys 
itfte* due pidrfication hereof, and 
do what my ^ neceaiai^y to pro- 
tect Ua totomt to diis si^. 

A cofT Tmtcr 

J06N V.,rt«TRaSS, dark. 

By: Mary M. WUt«. DC. 

rydgM * BK^laa, p.<t 

tJMkta Boad 
Vkl^rfa Beach, nrghda 



Noncs 

Take notice diat on Decenfaer 
S, IMS, at 10:00 AJiL at Holt 
Boick. Inc.. MO Aragona BKd. 
Vbghda Beach. ^Hi^aia, ii*e ihaH 
vtpim to aale, o» MH fted 4- 
c^. aadm. aerial mralMr KttWIS- 
S06, setoad and fiyo iaatoid from 
Mark D. Rowtend. Naval Ampfai- 
hioua Base. littk Creak, !«oilolk. 
Virginto. by ^^tne of dto breach 
of .« certato o oa di t ional aafaa oonr 
tract, dated Jidy 30. »i^ to pui^ 
Maaea of dit Uaifaim Safao A«C of 
Vir^nto. Tenna oarfL 

Hidt Buick, Inc. __ , 

aooaiat SL 



Virginto Bmk^ 1^ 



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»wl. 

ia^iosde^Ct 
I»Uan Ave. It Rd. 
InKaa'flQlRd. 
hi^ttl ^her Rd. 




Rd. 
iB^im Ave. 
Mnatrid Pait Rd. 
E^wn lui. 
Idet M 

Uyamdew Rd. ft N. 
itis d^. ft La. t • 
1it)q^Mal^ 
liaidLa. 



RdM^ 



JiKk I^st 

JM^dineAve. 

McflRton 
Jmatoa Ave. 
.Twne« Ol. 
Auwe Rd. 

JineraQn 
Jefferaon Blvd. 
Jfficho Rd. 
TOD-WO 

4flOO-Out 
M ar 
Tih Cir 

Ter. 
. iln Akhn R-l. 
frtt'n Tfanonck Dr 
La 
'icer La. 
er Rd. 

th a. 



otoyii Pi. 



63 
5S 
62 
91 
SS 

86 
62 
54 

S3 

SI 

54 
54 
02 
62 
54 
. 51 

SS 

53 
62 
51 
55 
94 
55 
SS 
62 
SI 
55 

S5 
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S$ 

51 
S2 

55 

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55 
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Jodto ...... 

Jovett Lane 
Jfycse Ave, . 
Jt4>ita:St . 
Jukis 

Kani(^ Ct 
Karen Lane 



66 

«S 
56 

82 

m 

51 
51 



Katie Barown Dr. . 68 

Kaw Lane 
Keder La. 
KeeUng Rd. 
Keeno- l*/^ 
KeQam <X, Rd. 
Kempsvilte Rd. 




Qraa. 



ft St. 



500-2 
6400-726<^ 

Kendall 

Kennedy Ave: 
Kenneth Rd. 
Kensington 
Kent U. 
Koitocky Ave. 
Koiya La. 
Kildeer Ct^/1 
Kfaal^. / 
KlmbaH Or. / 
Ktog dulstTan Cir. 
King George Rd. 
Ktog WOliamRd. 
K'n^Tis^cr a. 
ifino- I?<;1. F N ft S 
f i««~ \r^s Dr. 
King*; G'-ant Rd 
'<^'ng«! Lake Dr. 
K'bw'wwi PI. . 
Klni^dn a. ft Dr. 
Kiwa La. 
Kiikwood hi. 
Klti©^ Dr. 
ritthnraks Ct. 
Klamath Rd. 
Kleen 
SUne Or. 
KhabSmi^. 



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68 
55 

55 
S8 
62 

62 
56 
62 
51 
51 
62 
63 
54 

S3 
51 
52 
55 
82 
02 
55 

n 

S2 
52 
52 
S2 
82 
S2 
68 

m 

56 
51. 

m 

51 

m 

68 



Lcdce Dr. 

300^99 51 

MOOOut .: 55 

Lake Rd., N, S ft W 55 

Lake Bradford Dr. ft La. .55 

Lake Christine 51 

Lake Shores Rd. 55 

Lakeskie Dr. 51 

Lakeside Dr. N 54 

Lakeside Rd.- 65 

Lake View Dr. 55 



Lakewood Chr. . 
Lampl Ave. 
LaanpUght La. 
Lan(k)la Dr. 
Laiigston Rd. 
LaRay Ct. ft Dr. 
Lark 

Lark^ur Ct , . . 
Larry Ave. 
LaRue Cir. 
La>kin Rd. 



A 



51 

88 

52 

B 

66 

... 62 

52 

56 

62 

.. . 55 

.,^....... 81 

Lauderdale Ave. • 55 

Laurel La. SI" 

Laurelview Dr. 51 

Laurelwood La. 82 

Lavendo- La. fBt 

Lavergne La. S3 

Lawrence Dri ' .*.,... 62 

Laws(m Rdf 55 

Lawson Hall Rd. 55 

Leatherne(^ Rd. 86 

Lee ft Rd. Si 

LeeAvS. K 

Lee^ur^ Dr. 62 

Leeward Shorw Dr. 61 

Lefler La. 82 

Leland Dr., E ft W 82 

Lemon Way |2 

Lexington Ct ^' 68 

Leyte a ,60 

MbeWy Bell a 68 

lighthouse R . * . 51 

lilUtti Ave. 88 

LtobayOr • - 51 



NEW 

COLOiiS 

FOR 

YOUR 

FLOORS 



Armstrong 

EXCELON 

PLASTIC 

FLOOR TILE 




Tdte^itotice diat ob Decemfcer 
28. 1966, at 10:00 AM. at Holt 
Bidck. toe.. «80 Aragona BM., 
Virgiika Bea(^ Vir^nia, we siaU 
exn^e to srie,' eee 1060 Chav. 
hnpala, serial nundier 0188713120- 
94f7, seized and reposaesaed from 
James A. R(rf)toaon. Route 2. Box 
UA. Vbginto Beadi. Virginto. by 



ooBHiONincALTH or VntGINU 

to dM dolt's OiBoe of dw (^ 
cult Court of die Oty of Virgtoto 
Baach, 00 die 26di day of liovtoA- 

btf . 1965. 

Older ef fiiUieattoB 

VICTC^IA SPELLMAN LAHB. 
Ptolatiff. agidJMt 

CLAUDS Z. LAMB. DefandaBt. 

Ihe object of dda wit is to ob- 
taia a diwiroe a vto»do matrtoqoaii 
from die said defendant) up«n dia 
groiaids of deaortton. 

And m aKhiavit having been 
made nd filed diat dwdeimdMit 
ia a aoiKetident of die State of 
Vk|[toto. die lult ham post olftoe 
address bdng: Brook^, New 
York, it is ordered diat he do ap- 
pear here widito ten (10) days 
after due ptfclicatton hereof, and 
do what may be nectasary to pro- 
tect his toterest to tnis Mit. 

A eogy— Tertet 

JOffll V. FENTRESS, aerk. 

By: Mary M. White. D.C 
.Paid W. Addss, p.q. 
2413 Pacific Avenue 

V 12-2-41 




WA 2-7076 



VIRGINIA BEACH 

KiwANis cum 

Will N SoMf^ All Of 



, During Vm 
HOLIDAY SlASbN 

At Pacific Ave. ABC Store 

PrL 1^M4I ft' 1M7-65 

4 to • P.M. 

Sat. miM A rs^m*- 

ltA.M.to<P.M. 

For Buik Onlers Cal^ 

Joseph L. LaGoglia 

JU 3-453S 

428^243 



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DEAUNO DIRECT WITH LENDER! 

OUR RATBS ARE THE LOWEST BECAUSE: 
t We lead, oar ««*a moaey. 4. No apudleatioB feea. 
tNaBrokerafaehargaaordia> 5. No Uddea ehargea. 

flf aetoa. C Pre-paynaeat pivfl^ca. 

to 



BiUffiERS. A' 
OOMPABII 7-^ 




AND BROKERS RECOMMEND US! 

nONB APPLICATION TO: ~ S5I-109 



A diamptoti h dliRtt- 
gobhad by his parformanca, 
by his ability to do his {ob 



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8PRIi(gMBAD0W BOULEVAI&, WRFOLK 



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YMt It trao, i)o> only ta 

Ufa in ooneroi; 

Many things mark ffia 
champion. Ability Is impor- 
Hmt, Training is a big fac- 
tor. Than thera Is a thing 
coilad dasira, an eagerness 
to do ona's ba^. 



Success is also tha mark of 
o champion. So is depend* 
ability. 

Whotavar yon fii«y W 
'hunting, tolte your business 
to thft reputable local ^bust " 
nessman." Viti wc^^'"*R \ 
been buflt upon dependabil- 
ity and It is maintained 
through an eagerness to con- 
finua good service and guar- 
anteed satisfaction^ 

Trade locally, f You'll al- 
ways be glad you did. 



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Trade dt Home 




And To Get The Most For Your Money, 
Shop The Merchants Who Advertise In The 

VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 



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, Read wd Nenrlew A.t< 

IN JOINT mWKSB Wrra OUR RESIDENTIAL 
(VA-VSArOON?.) AND OOABIERCaAL LOAN DIVISIONI 



WE CAN SPREAD OUT DRIVERIES TO SUIT 
YOUR NEEDS-AND TO FIT YOUR BUDGET 



Tort ka^ 

aoa ba by mSm mkm 

lira claorar, brl^tor* 

availabia la atrolflM 
grahit apattoff oiad Ot^ 
aignari atynnoib 

FERRELL 



UNOLEUM « THLE CO. 

Phono 627*8661 
ms W. 2S»ll SI. 



OiT0F 
BlUiWeE! 



If yourhoflia 
you mi^ ba 
^owt of balance 
To ba sofa, lat us rW 
ipoobllgoNon. 






hasn't baan diackad krtaiy, 

i to find diat Ns IvnNs are 

todc^s raf^icMnant costs. 

your polky soon. There h 




KELLAM^ EATON 

Immntna Caiiptmy 

\ 3111 PACIFIC AVE. - VIRGINIA BEACH 
428-9161 

9406-B PRINCE ANI)IE RD - CITY HAU 
CD 4264600 



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Farming with Gasoline Power? 
ttpaysyoutosay, 
'Taxaco Tire Chief GasormeT 

Texaco Fire Chief Is the regular-price gasoline thaf s specially 
blended for the cliniate, altitude, and temperature in this 
area. Its Localized. Gives fast starts and economical per- 
fbrmance. Usa Fire Chief in cars, truclcs, and tractors. If s 
- the gasoline that provides dependable power. You'li find it 
pi^ to sWf "Fire Chief r 

D. E. BONNEY COMPiOlY ' 

P.O. BOX 701^ 
BACK BAY-VIRGINIA BEACH-PH. 426-5855 



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uMkHmam 








^objector ^ iiAilt»«b- 
^u s divotoi li ptMiM t^ win 

Md an rfMn^ kur^ faem 
^ and .^ ttg fte cWeod- 
^^ last viNni iiM<m mtt: DS 

l^iBid tluit dtw (^^imI has been 
^ by aSd on biM( rf Itt eon- 
^ma b ocil^ b whtt 
[gp^ or c«fi«^^ flfe Mod- 
g^ is wittMt 4ect» tt tt friN^ 
^f he do ^tpttt tan raai t«n 
^) days ^tii <lit publlcatfam 
^of, anfl do *Mrt n^ be nee- 
^^fv to prated bb iDHiiit bi 

ito suit. 

.A copy-'TgrtB: 
KHffi V. raNTMIffi, dat, 
^. Mary M. White, D.C. 
"I^^Oiafta ^rlige. p.^ 
gpi Main Plaza Eai^ 
lerfolk, Virgtaia 

»4-« 



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i. ^,<|WfiWtliaCburtaBd 
■P w it tt ntrcaliiij ii n«4Mt 

w^n* a veik te ftnr Aaextvtw 



%^ itey It lllMi^ D. C. 
P^^A. AgriMlo. Jr.. am 
P^ A. A^sbMo. m. 

Norfolk. Vli^ 



• IMM>»TK» 



^ — 7 — 

• dh^rce a vinculo MAtpiii 
bm ht MUd.tWMMt, oviia ili* 
CroMPdi frf wUfM apil ilo!«wf)I d«- 
Mttoo ind iribcndonmcnt for a 
pcrisd of nM% 'Aw oat :^b-. 

Aotf « MAatft hM#if Imn 
iMi a# MM ttlM A* i#i|iMt 

ftiitikt (M* Atf 4n 4E4^^6 
hrif bMA «Md « tM pttt « tt« 
to «M«talb IB nM 
or tmnstMm Ml drfM- 
H "tttiNit dNd, fee laat 
keom pMt aaiot adifavM b^: 





I Wglnia B«Kh SUN, Thursday, D«<»mb«r 2, 1965 



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^74 



(arc. 



U4KHI 



(d m^0m MA: (M ttf Mr 
W 



ji the Ckrk'i Ofilee ^ the Or- 

(^CoiFt^tte Cltyflf Vtoiteia 
^laeh, OB te iSh ^ ol Nwma- 

Onter of |*iililcatfM 
BRDSS WWCTON, 

Flaintiif, 
tpinat 
GiHZEIlA WH^Seif WM?r(^, 

IRie object of lbs adt is to ob- 
1^ a (Uvopea a viKuie matri- 
I0ui,fr«n &e said difea^ta^, i|h 
tp be groundl of tiie T^vs sefMT- 

«n. 

^ an affidairit having been 
Bade and ffled that the delautaM 
b a aoTHread^ of the State ol 
Wilginia, tbe bat known post oflice 
iiktss being: 1914 Mantle 
kmxK, BrooldTn, N&v York, it is 
flfdered thrt aha do afipear here 
irilhin ten (10* dagn after due pdb* 
Jcation hereof, and do what vtag 
be necessary to protect her iito«rt 
» this suit. _i_,^J .^ 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

BY: J. QBtis Fruit, D.C. 
Bridges & Broyka 

BG9 Ija^n Road ——-■- 

Virginia Beach, Virgaaa. '^ j ' 

»Mt 



-¥-- — 



TIRGINIA: 

IB the Clerk's Office Of Ite Or 
iOilibmi <f *e Otjr af llriW 
Bea4 w'ikc 2Mh di^ of Novem- 
kr, 1905. 

m CHANCERY 
M4BI0N BROWN TOWNSEM) 

and 
HiZAlBETi! T. OVBSRCASH, 
\ Co-Executors, etc. 
C(»nplanaiit8 « 

V. 

MARIAN KtOWN T0WMSS4D, 

ET ALS., Respondents. 
Order af PvUiea^ 

Ihe (^ject of the abo9« s^fM 
■lit is to coiffltrue Ae hoiografihic 
vifl of Rob«t Ea^on Tommead 



fe m a«tei cesoe of nt ca- 

^pKrtfti the<% of \Sr^ 
Nr. 1965. 

JAMBS AiriHONY TOK. Plato- 
ttf^ ' 
i^aintf 

iomwiNE jsxiM roA ^ 

lentet. 
T1» objectof ilk suU is to Qb. 
tata a divwca a viwnik) matri- 

JSUrii tott^ ^Aa "■»«< Aalat^mMt 

«itt tbe gnAnds of having Uwd 
MpM^le and i^^ut wttlMJut Mhab- 
itatton aad wUiw^ io^nqitkMi for 
two yMbi oeH praoe^ UA 00m- 
nmoeeiagt of Ois nA 

And an affidavit havtay been 
made and filed that die ^oidairt 
is a am-mident of the State ot 
Vu^^a, tkm last known addi^s 
bdag: sis North Foijeos, twxon, 
Masm, A Is erd««d that .^ do 
appear hen witMi ten (IJ) da|s 
lAar ^ giUicitiMi h«%of . and 
d» iMrt il# be Qecessary to p9- 
lect ber iotoart in iris suit. 

A Higf—'Mbe: 

JOHN V. FENIBESS. Clerk. 

By: Mary IL' milte. D.C. 
Wffiina H. Coleia. Jr., p.q. 
9?S LaiUn Itoftd 
Virginia B^di. Vb-^nia 

COMMON#EALTH<»'ViaCHNli. 
Ia«i Cferk's Office of Ibc Clh 
e<ift C^wi of the City of VlrgiBiB 
Rach. « tlw MOi day af P^vedk^ 
her, IMS. -^- 

Orttr af PubUcaUaa 

mimm e. sowarids, 

Plaint«, ^^^ 

ell£n AiAmt: soWauds, 

f.-. Ptf <T>4 ™ t 

Ihe obj^ of this sui^ is to ob- 
tain a d^loroe a .vinnjkr mi^- 
cxaui fr«n the said drfendmt, 
upon Sm grounds of 6 b »er% m and 
ov« two yeffl-s s^ff atfoa. And an 
affidavit iKivh^ been made and 
fikd that tbe drfwdaat is a nn- 



lai oalMeaHoB 






Mitar lo|Nrelict ber 

^ eepy— Tsila: 

I»N V. niNTSEGS, Oerk. 

^ J. Cuite nvit, HJC. 
fite. Fine, UpH, Scfawan ft Fhie 
Urn Btd^ 
N^ok.^^iniA 

ll-lMt 

odMIDNWEilLTB or VISOINIA 
^ fte OerM Offiee of the Cb^ 
oi Cwrt rf Mm O^ if Vli|M> 



R iffsaili^ ttMt a re^ortr of 
the aocowte of Vtogiida Katkod 
Bank of tfafWfc. Ad^tafr atot ^ 

«-. Deeeoei and Aa debts aad 
<i fm n i^ i^ataMt h^' mtM$e te 
been AN ^ the (^cki elAea l^ 
tte sifl eowt, Nid isMa tiHB rt( 
maim have ctapwd sUm tt« 




ClUSIFKIIIK 



ffet re$ultif 



KMTS 



Of 

PAUL p. ^^^Hce. 

FWntiff. 
ilpitaat 
Oy^SY PATTH PEABdB, 



^ object of this ault k to 0b- 
tato a divoirce A Virtc^ Matri* 
monii from ttie said defeidant u{>- 
OR die ptxaids of two yean con- 
tinkous iepMation, 

^bd an i«^lavtt bavl^ beed 
mide tiid ffled tint tbe defendant 
is not a resldeat of Ibe Stale of 
Vi^^oia, tbe last knom post a^ 
fica address being: Gcoeral De- 
livery. Valla^, Cdtforiria. ft is 
oraered Aal Ae da n^aa^ mn 
wiiMn ten (10) days after due piiv 
ticiOoD hereof . and do what may 
be JMceasary to proteii to- interart 

■in ftis aut. ' 
A copy— Ifeate: 
JOHN V. flStmSSA, aerk 
% J. Cui^ Fiiiit, Depdty Ckrk. 

&|dgM ft &t)yi», Mys. 

Ml Ladun 'Road .. 

Virginia B^ch, v»i^giri« 

114Mt 



mm, IfO^^tH^, 011 metloa 
(tf the said Vir^ia NatioDal Bank 
of Noifob, AdDB^traMr. flf saM 
decsadnt. It to (mmMO «Ht At 
crKttiwa ^,mAA flfeMrs hitM?e^ 
ei li Aa Sttale af IMr^zal W. 
Wheeler, Dei^tfed. do rixsw cause, 
tf any they eft m te 23rd d^ rf 
Dec«yiier, U6, before this court, 
^ tti coirtroa»,i^nat pi groe rt 
and diPwj if the ad estate of 
sM deceMt to the legalNS eii- 
titled tbenrto, without rapiring 
leAnfti^ booi^ 

A coK^— t%fto: 

mm V. miTREaiL dark. 

E|: Manr H White,^1^. 
f . iflili Mam, Atty.. 
7U ^rgiaia Natioud lai* Bl^., 
NVMIE. f^Mi 

hlMt 



%\ JKW^nf—ftaprtrifig 



^M^i^fitfAtt m^ 

PlBBabbng - Baaltaig 
Bectri^ - Air ContftlOBtag 

PBtNcas ti3xm masBsm 



U-S-tfH 



wtmxytMmt 



m Help W Mntai f amala 



10 i»afs and fapplias 



^t4Hi\ aiM^ om Criiser. llf- 
hp C^Tder CfOwn--^4>4a^ha« 
RaOo. Pu^ eqtdpped. ror Ml 
IniormiaMI c^ 3«MM8 after S 
pjB. • , 



RB^TAL REAL ESTAH 



ni ApirtmenH ytfrntatili 






Qp(X) LOCATK»l. Two ba^'oomB. 
|M a Rxu^ yearly. oA 4)^ 



M»CHAh»ISE 



EXFERO^XXD aeamstraai wast- 
ed, (iadiaa' or men's alteratkos. 
Call mmm. \X'\\^ 



INNOUNCEA#m 



10 ;^«^4 NaNcM 



HOSPITAUZATION PQUCY - 
katwd rei^rdleaaof agi « axlalp 
log craiiic eoadftkn. No valtiag 
period normal fliiiiaa or aedlliits. 
Phdna iUk MUa ift^ttja 



— 'ft>Mw«ibw = 

A plarsbaU neid fanil^-a*hed m 
teiflte hu focal C4>eittng ta- «ti- 
bitUus wonM of iuM|u^iooabte 
etavaelar. A«a. nm, OSm «ki- 
0m. pfAwL Aeeoalettld to 
•Irttav MiaW'avMag B iiealne. 
llast be ready to accept poiitbn 
MMeffiMdy. tat toed iBtan## 
mA e R. Divto. I94WI. iHtt 



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CHEVROLET - 1981 Blscayne. 
OfaQT, 44hior. >adto. heater. 6 cyi> 
iader. A-1 coodttlon. Uavtog. WIU 
tite best oKer. CaU 34(^135. 

IM-tbi 



the last known pMi Office addreas 
beii^: S314 Branch Avenue, S. E.. 
WashfaigteB, D. C, it te ordowd 
that she do i^fiear here within ten 
(19) ^s afttf due piriiUcatton 
hereof , and do ^4iat BH9 be necee- 
sary to protect her b^orest in this 
suit ' 

A c^H-Twte: J 

JOHN V. FWrTBESS. Clerk 
Fine. FiRe. teguna. Sdnraa ft ftae 

MfliA. {Virginia 



CMOIONWEALIH or t«GINU 



dece^ed. And. tt ifipearing bf af- ^^ As C3eiifs f^lee af fte C^ 
fidavit filed aceardbig to law that oft Caart af « 



ESizd^eth deG«eton. JMk Edwards 
and Emmy Edwaidi, le ^p ond a n te 
is tile sbcN^4^^^ suit, ara not, 
residents of ttb st^, 4t b, tbere- 
fwe, cmSSSmi. that ttie saU 
Elizabeth deGflfltoB, Jack E^kvards 
and Emn^. Bdwwtfs do m^ 
within ten days aAo* chie pidilrca- 



H, <aigf af n^tola 

Beaeli, « ihe 001 day af Naveaa- 
bar, HA 

Offcf id PwHeaaHi 
LOm^ M. CABON, 



mfcm L. CASON, 

D«ieadBnt. 



8B0VI CAUSE ORDER 
VIRGINU 

lb the caicott Court of Hie City 
af Vkgtaila Beach. 9a The IMi 
Day Of Navember. MS. 

In the MaMar of : 

lUE ESSATE OF V. HOPE 

KULAif. Dl£E/^SED. 

It appearing tluit a report of tht 
account <rf 9adie S<»il SelbMK. 
Ebtecutra af ii IMe of V. Hope 
Kdlam. dece«aed. and of tte dd^ 
(Old donands ae^ist Us eataris, 
i»s beee filed in the Clerk's Offitx 
of tiia Court, and Uiat wan (ban 
six nooq^ have dapsed rinee tbe 
qualific^aoif of the Execotrtx. on 
Motion of Sa£e Scott K^am, Ex- 
ecubix o( fee Estae of V. Hope 
K^wt, Deceased, it is 

OIUMBRED that the creditors of 
and all oAers interested In the 
afwesdd estate do i^ow cwse if 
m$ UBiBf can. on tbQ 76i &y af 
JUpury. OM, 1^ Its Oouit Room. 
i^^Mt titt {MQTOcat and delivery 
of ttw Estate of V. Hope KeOam, 
Dece»ad, to ttie lei^itoe «amed in 
his WIB heretofore probated In ttit 
Oerk's OESce of this Court. wHh- 
out reji|dfariag refie^^ bends; and 
it is ft g^y 

daDBUBD (hat &e foregoing 
portkA of this Ohto be jx^lished 
'Q th« Viri^ B^aeh Sle (»€« a 
we^ for four sdecaatf ve wedts. 

I rum I 



1968 QIEVY. 4<kior sedan.' 6 cyl- 
inder atrto bwismission. Radio, 
hotter, new tires. Good offldltiim. 
IGOO. Box No. 129, c/o Virginia 
Bead) Sun. li-li-tfn 



iMtmAcnvE poi^int 

fte man average woiiM iMO. 
good persmaOty uA f^^v^. 
IMr 10 accept ip^M- b«ne 
mk tf atfactod. Cuealiaad in- 
tone n^ (^xK-taH%for advance- 
aieat. Jbourtaca ttd Mttram^ 
d^ avalbMe, Fm- tsciiMtaNiew 
^mmi bHwacn #|jife. Mtf 
I0pm4»br. 

,--iifi;hiriMg'* 



90 ArficlM For Sala 

TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! Like new. 
Miy be seen S19 Srd Street. Sat- 
urday. Deceirii>a- M. 10 a.m. to 
3 p.m. IH-lt 



3880 or 8554181. 



uim 



188.08. I roams wid bath. FuUy 
fundshed. All utUiUes. 210 32nd 
kp^y aftor S p.m. 1048419 



^Of Rmw 



ofTCOB SPACE rtm REIfr: Ap- 

Cat 488481. U-lS4t 



OOUHA - dean fttbMwd apst- 
mant Plenty atora^ Re^entfia 
area near basa bus. larp ylvd. 
Owner. «MS8. •4&4fii 



MisrgJiJ ^NW^iis funUture for 
sale. 518 SNh Street lM»4t 



ratEWOOP - sweetgisn oA ma- 

S, $1$ cord unspUt. Cdl #64808 
delWery. 



. lM4t 



CARPET FACra 

I can seU perfect 17.90 Dupont 
50| oykRi . . . $8.98 square yard. 
|8.98 heavy sheared nylon . . $4.98 
sl|utfi yard, tf colors. (3ail Mr. 
PiMar, MaM88iB. ll-4tti 

ffiiXpER MACHINE: In like new 
oabbMt. SQ-ZAGS, Makes buttoa- 
l»lBa, fmey sUtebea, and dams, 
Eto. Local ^urty may MAsae pay- 
mots of lU.M naoa^ ^ p^ 
complete b«lance of ^60. FuU 
details Mid wba« seen write: 
NattouA'B Oedit D^., B^ 8i4, 
4.yneiiiai«. Vlrgtola. 1144t 



CAVAUER DRIVE-Spaelaua S 
bedrooms, fuml^Md, air cooA- 
tioned, heat, washer ft dry«. Call 
MA MB75 or GA 843e& MB-It-^ 



WyymiOUSI - ITHi street 890 
s(puire feet Cmaed floor, ibiva to 
door, ofica, toitet |^ nMl^. 
m-mk 114l>ia 



IIS Rant or Sab 



LOW wintor rates unUl Jime 1st 
or ^arly. Also nwft^rXocattfl 
la the heart of ^ beach, near 
oc^i front. W 4m. 104i-lfa 

APArTMENTS or roon». We^y 
or monthly. Heated. All utUMes 
fom^ied. Apply Town Home Mo- 
tel. 208 94th street lOSl-tfn 



41 MiiiiUMfi fJ % !» 



Jm 



WJSMSS SERVKIS 



30 A|Ntf«n<a puNkm 

fident repairs. M op and de- 
ttiwy. Finn^ 4BMM. Fud 
Feed ft Butting SupfAea. lie. 

tfo 



31 iwiidi wt^R * M Hiig 



We spedaUxe hi Uteben cabinets, 
hoine l u^av e ment s nd «9 
type of t£op work. CaD PUida- 
rose Mill Work aft 9081 SouOi 
lyonhamn l&iad. NM» or S«- 
3882 evadai^ 

l-U-tfii 



ATTRACtlVlE POfimON 
For tboH wmt^ Uttn. 3»«0. 
Good penoaaUty «id appearaaoe. 
Reair to accci^ position infflie- 
<&rt# i selects Guv antoed in- 
oime wWi qjportuni^y for«ivance- 
floent. Iika'fflit^ md rethremeot 
^ available. For local Intorvlaw 
call 34(M7S8 'between 3 PM. ad 
tt ?M only. 12*lt 



AMBfliOtS 

A MarshiOl Field lamily-owBed en 
tMriae tas local onal^ for am- 
mm man of l«j&^nal^ 
dnracter. Age. tf^. COUega edu- 
cttUsB' preferred. Aeeuslomed to 
estdog aJbove-av«i«ge iacome. 
iCi^ be roKfy to acc^ posiUon 
immediatoly. For local latorview 
call C. 8. Davis. 8964679. l»44t 




Sudio apartmai^ funddKd. hi- 
duding all utilities. Gas heat. Air- 
eondltioMd. Good location. Year^ 
r«it of sev«ity-five (h^Jt^Jflk- 



PINEWOOD aARaia«IS ~ Near 
be^ ud bMes. Will rent for ^U 
per month og a^. Pay HOO aad 
asKime ^ifmuit of |8i par 
noQQth. Owiar wffl he^ ftaiaaoe. 
C^ 340-1444 aiqrtinM lO-Mla 



UM. ESTATE FOR M^ 



00) pttr mood). Call 
8861 






One and two bedrocwa fun^iNd 
gfastinaa^ Year round. O^ 
«84734 or ^84068. 



\dk Housa* i-or iata "" 

VIRGINU BBACH-Cfaeice 
boTbood Mar Cavitfer HoKkL 
QiMutt &u1y Aflfierican Mdt adtti 
slate roof. In beauttfid set^ B^ 
4 bedrooms. 2H baths, eaator baD. 
Uqte- $40,000. dall 43M4I1 W^ 
A&on Heal Estate. SiMi ft At- 
lantic Ave., Vii^inia BMch. 

BACK BAY ascnofi - ten 

Bridge Roi^ Mar Chai% (HmdtL 
New 3 bedroom, m bath 
Ol, 2^ aa:e ^. Price ^4.1 



2 BEDROCaHS. KNOTTY PINE ^^i^JN BRIDGE RDAtt MOt- 



IMATIC 1906 
[ER ZIG-ZAG 9 

Beauttta coRditiMi. No ^attach- 
vcmAi ire need^ tb make but- 
tonhdn, oMmoffram. etc. Take 
over ^n^yments of $7.10 (^ $42.80 
cash. Call now. Cr^iit depidimei^. 
85MBU. ^9Mb 



I tRSED Oil QoOT fomace. Kresky. 
FVa'oed drtft and drculatidn. $40. 
1 aimott hew wall gas beator with 
fan and thermostat 20,000 BTU. 
$40. DaHart CMrtiictioa. 317 
Great Nedi Road. Il44tn 



CH»PORTUNITY FOR MAN D« 
OUR FUEL OIL DH>AR'IMENT. 
REPLY TO P. 0. BOX 06 STAT- 
ING AGE, EXPERI^CE AND 
^tS'gXBKES. PERMANEiNT 

posmwf. MW$-tfn 



MOIICS! 
Contractora ft Home 
Let us b^ you wtt thai new 
home X lidiatioBs ~ or rapidn^ 
We <xn haniA materUs firara 
basameet to attle and aid yoa hi 



Phoaa: WOarn ft ^<aii, tee. 



(1) 



mm 



m 



3i 



ADDITIONS. ^tt.TERATKWS - 
Replacbig flea.' Jateb and slB^ 
porches aAd ttopa. Leave yoiv 
building |ffeUias to m. 8eba, 
20 yetfs a« | tt rtiiee , flmk you. 
B. F. B^ jr. HUPHii. 8-l»4£i 

— ' - ■■ " » ' ' " 

WALSH AM»S<»^ 

lirildingafliii^lMUii 

We win build your H^ home 
or msSu your {naent cm a 
dream to live In. Baak fiaane* 
ing. Dial 5874410 aoytkna. ^ 
■ 9-»ia 



MtoH 



GENERAL Ct^nHACTSW 

All types of home Jn^awaBOObi 
ft remodeling. 'Heating n^bs 
and instaUatiooB. UL WXaH 
GUARANTEED. wtflWKttg. 
Call Mr. Stamm. III7-7S51 or 617- 
9543. 't-tf 

^I>ITlOi^ '--- AllDsinum^h^ 
fa)er^as8. stone, apa^tlcal tite. 
floor oonaii^any type oon^riiK^ 
tion; free ^Jati. Dunn-Bi^ 
Const Cou JU S40ti5 JU 8-7256. 



ADDITK^S -^ Att»a8iaMr katdi* 
ens renwMaft raefiq^ giltten. 
sidii^ ffWBtyrwal lai^ira. Deal 

Constraettoil Qa^^. ^^^ 
a^ 5 pjn.. 4m^lSL 




BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL 
> DIRECTORY i 



bans « #!f. tiove 



PlUMlfNO 

mnffilNG and.»l*tog wp^»- 

UfcdieM ranodeied, se#frs H- 
sttfed. 1^ tS^ma^ eatt W. 
W. WiBdnson. 8554887. ;^^ 




HOME 
We do 001 



S^^a^erifiiee sboidd ralli a 




MHMHMIilMM^M 



mtmm 






CQVRSIffli 



Concrete fiieti« tfd fifHWU|: 
curtoli wqA; Wttta 
Servlel; dM smm. 



ALCOA Al«niMn siMig. F^ 
alUiittMb.tUlf#-8il 8-19^ 



COSM^ICS A gJiilMK 



Aiirk NormM CM^eHcs 

Mole Norman CMmdks mw 
faM a sbidki at 2Sad ft Atfantk 
Av«c I^hone 4284153. 8-1941 



pMmm 



^^, 



Ti60Bg, Ro^ng. 
work - Ho dawn pi^naent lit 
jwyiMot 6 mcMlhs lltor.iraA b 
otgs^^ed. SIMI41 or 685400. 



wane, oMfW^rs, wbk^ pwn^ 
porches; tree eitbiuilil; 843- 
0614, anytlroe. s-l»4&> 




K^..i^s.fie^acee. 
lapakad; 



/aMimm-: Repa|»,if I 
'wad^ W Carl $ami. C. II 



IRIM 
PILL 

%BUtBMm In 

w9MI ^Din^^ Slav 
■oiMHnp iffwfvrma 
HAUMMlM 
CO., INC. 

MAS-TMl 



PU2NTY of budnaaai Excellaitf 
(qipoitai^.. Biyh commlswfawi. Bo- 
nus fboi ttid oAer hiceotivea. Li- 
eoaed or lad kea a ed w ill irate. 
Part ttme — fott time. l4fBnhavan 
QMoqy aad VhiN* B«>^ Ana. 
See Jack Croas. Compass Bed 
Estate Co., W» Shore Drive. 484- 



ALAin}drs LAMP i^rmuES. 

Jyi^ opened In new kxatffon. 1513 
Piaaaure House Road (RobUns 
Oobcr) In greater Vir^ala Beach- 
Pka» I6MIM. S$tocted antiques 
at prices ttht #0 pieaae you. 
FiOBitoe, giw. china tm books. 

ll-44t 



Needed - s men tanMedtataly for 
aum^ tralaac program. Mill 
be idtaoiv* aad career mkided. 
Cafl mWBL 

U-19 tfo 



CAB DBIVStS. Service m» 'ac- 
cepted. NO experietee iM^ii^. 
$86^96 weel^y. We >ay (or City 
permft. Also fi«« roott rait. Safe- 
way Taxi, tern shore Drive, ^5^ 
Baieh. 4M428S. MMfa 




42»llbWtitfwl 



tS^Aflt: Seles ptfaom 
•Vfhm The Action Is." E%- 
not esseotia}. We wffl 
^ ited h# you g^youJiwe a 
" ' f diraw and 9»at datermi- 
^ fe ggco^fok ^too^hean* 
' ,.^ Resklafrtial Salea 
_ tor Iflloitnation t^ Joe 



93 HouaahoM Oaoda 

t 

Woe tbe fine^ harotture uI4»l^e^ 
tag and refiaiihtag caU 428- 
6»7. Wltop Leistering Co., 
MOO VIrgkda Beach Boulevard. 
Free artMea-^^ and de- 
ttvaiy. Net ana aOel furniture 

7-22-tfo 



LIVING ROOM. MCCERN KTICB- 
EN AND BATH. MONTHLY <» 
YEARLY R^ITAL. 6 BLOCKS 
FROM nCEAN. CONVENIENT 
TO FT. STORY AND OCE^A 
NJ^.S. CALL 587-4778. IF NO AN- 
SWER CALL BACK IN MO^ 
ING. »»tfP 

Austin's Court M(rtd Apvtmai^ 
306 - 19di l^reet. l^^msf 
apartments. All otUitlK for- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartmoit 
md furaiidied rooms. Bk)ck 
from Bus Station. By weeli or 
muQ^ 

tfe 



tin^am EstatM. New l»rkk 

homes. 3 bedroom, V^ bath, eky 

watar. Gk)0d ftiukclng. $n^ to 

$18,200. 

DUPLEX: Gatewood Park, Ldn* 

don Bridge. 2245 Potter tboM. 

Good rental progttty. tSu W hf 

m bkxk hSSiag on roK oLlot 

Price $16,800. 

Mr. DeHart 8IMS81 - ^4|Mm 

MmiL ii-*^ 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 
INSTRLKTIONS 



Uvtag room, bedroom, klt<^^ 
bath. Convenient to shopping, 
einimhaa. laoa^ooiat Very 
reMoaable yearty mAil Pacffio 
Afmm, Phoaa owner 4384(06 
or «il«141 



2 BEDROOM apertmant, aloely 
hirakbed. Near flopping coita- 
and bead), (te 2 aa«s WMxfe. 101 
Pinewood Road. Mi;8. Walker, 438- 



REKTAL ud mATt 



110 AfiftrfniM^ U^m , 



Vmxm VBBXm ~ Gi^ewopd 
Purk. Diqtoi t^mpfotakt tat nk. 
Stem and r^r^^aitfM'. IRMfB8 per 
month, m. DaBlrt MMM, 340- 
4m. S4M3U. U-Mfa 



'% ' • ' " *■ . 



2 BEIffiOOMS, INfag i^ dining 
room, l^dieo. bM, ftit ffow, 
yard. C^^^nliB^ to ^Hff^ I^e*- 
sondlile ye^ re^aL rteoe cwn- 
er - 4aHN8 01^ 4184^ •4(>4fo 




Wis have fau^idiate assi^aneitts. 
naflf «i||aea| to ^M^ Baaeh. 

IIbo off betMeea^^ wba <ie- 
fi«d~^b CO tlMse. tan^ora^ 
jtt)a whn ooQveideirt Is imtc 
naie Mm Ji teter^daw aad job 

733 Bousfa ^reet 



49 f nHi*n WanfwM'aoala 



^,_., of older cWIdrw dteres 

ioployQat in gift or at^qoe 
sHop, tftnwy or schoN ott^. Typ^ 

a, light sheriluuid. FhU or part 
pi$4HW4.., a4-H 



iiMky SVriiitt: day or nigti Ra- 
apopaftile adult ^numskm^ 
za. Call M(W748.. . . 12-2-lt 



»- ■■■ I— ■^^^^^^W^—^— — ■ I ■■-■■■ I ■■ IM^^P^M^ I ■■ I ■ ■ 

aPAAMINTS — Flmkied or 
«iaf#ni^ed. Yeafty tr seasonal. 
Coolfir Raa^^ il ii Street. 

43i-iibi. Mgbti Imm. 

3-2-tfo 

CQMPLE1ELY lumi;d)ed. S and 2 
tvm iffi^ificiaB. Some'w^ wall 
to wflU <arpet. $60. moi^. in- 
chiittng water. Call 4SM090 or 
42M70L tf-23^ 



113AHeys*$,FimiMt«d 
or UnfumhlMd 



NEAR OCEAN. 2 bedrooms. Prt 
vate duplex. C<mv«ilait owy <»«• 
fort; jalousie pord), &r^laca, yard 
psricing. Short tease. CaS 4264340 
ori4384642. l^l^tfI) 




HARDIN ^iOlOOL 

c« musk: 

.1 Rwrf fj V 



•rbtow Hardttb, DInctor 
3|t • SMl SftTMl 

VirflaU BmA 



REAL OT'ATE 



Sates - Rentidi 

Custom Buddtag 

Short-teim and y^ty 

ANCHOiRiALTY 

431-7411 aiTttoM fof aarvfea. 



BUSINBS 




114 Hmiaas for Rant 

WATSEUTBO^, three 

home.. AvaflaUe Fetxnmy. Call 

4S»2730. ll-2(-3t 



IISARMorf Property 
For R«nt 



UNFURNISIfflSD two bedroom 
^)Ouse. Serened front porch, large 
wooded lawn. ConveiieiA tecstion. 
Cali 428.{S17 after 5 or Saturdays 
ft Sundays. 11-24-at 



CaVAUER DRIVE - Pumiabed 
4-raoili bottaia. Ctt M4 S4S75 or 
GA 



LUXURY simuner suidb apart- 
thents fed- winter rntd. Designed 
fn- discrtminatUg cbuptes <&- todt- 
^li 'KUc^ea, dUtag ar^. bar 
(8t^. AM imnhii^ poal Afi 
utittttoa fumisM. Aiily. BUIE 
tmm tX0G», 2«1 pa(^c 
Avcnna. 



FURiaSiffiD i^Hf^B^ 4 l^g 
ro(tti, bedroom. k tt^beijetK , baU) 
k\as^ dtHHft Coaiifortabte. clean 
wdl heated, oeatrd IftMAi Near 
ocean. $^ P«r mt^ Wa^ fur- 
nidied. Calf 428'^ or 4Bi-7|27. 

Ml^l-tfa. 



LONDON HUttW - 3i$ GMfr 

irood Av^a^. Furnished osm lied- 
rgoa^pll^Mhkl^ ftirnisbecL 
$^ p^ mm. Mr. Ddtol 34D- 

8^1. I4(M971. 34P»83U. U4-tl9 



115 Houats — Fumldiacf 



Ask Y^wr iy« Pfiyiiciin 
Abovt 



TRI^YLOH'S 

GUILD OPTICMII4 
Strvii^ >^Htift 

1369 LuUf RdU, V( 



It 



^..>, Va-_-j^ 

Baraard H. M«li)MiMni,ftlgi(1i 
GAHtoa 8-4030 



VIRGINU raiACH - Near biMl 
and beach. Small 6)ttage ftr- 
nished. No deposits. $50 moath. 
Coupte only. J4o pets. 3404328. 

»40#i 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 
AUCTIONS 



Mnury Riganto 
Auction Company 



AliERCHANDISI 



Fb^q^aoe 



WOOD 

We D^tf 
UI7 OectiB Blvd; 

10-28-aa 



RIAL I^ATl 
EXAM COimSE 

Stats Lie«M« PMqparirtory 
Ihir aM INaaiai CIbmm 
CImmb InalrBctod By Prac* 
UciBf Attomvy m^ A I 
ceased Real EstkW JBreln 
PeM State B«|bd Exaai 
EaalHr-^EvMA Now 
HCOMPiETfi C0URSE--$3i 
Tidewater's Most 
Experienced School 

Noffollt- , 
REAL ESTATI 

Goldaa Triaaibk. 
PHQNK|IA~ 



Ripuri 




322 • 17tb StveM 



wmmm 



m^ 



ARTS CdMHgri l«MAt liill^i 

PAINTD^, WS^VW i^I%> IKPAUI 



v^ojIaning 

■BMaaaiaBaBSBiBaH 




tmmimm 



: i 



K^ 



m^ SUN, f»wft^, Oi»mb©r 2, 1^^ 

pi* 



i Il4U.Ji|LJi 



■■Kii ■ .mil. ii» . ' ">" 




ff^ from your 

Agricultural Agent 

t H "OfCK" COCKREU. JR. 



mNtBWNI MQEF CALVBi 

Gtowvfe^ eondiUoM w«e Hindi Mter ta mo« of Virgtait OiU past 
MMD, and mm resuk u Oui mmn Virginia catUenwi haw bought 

Mil Mlvei to ^rtolK. j_. u # 

the way these antaata aw fa4 wfll (tep«Jd on: what the fanner 
^aaa to d& wift ♦he cah« nvt jwar, bow large they are now, and 
iihat {eed it aval'able. 

i:^^ w Jitercd for sale a«t i|>r^ abould put on 100 pCfunda to be 

fwllteble. However, d the laww f^ana to keep the calves and graze 

tten tor sale as yearlirf feedws next fall, then IflO pounds winter 

ttate is aH he needs to put on. to Ai| way he ^s the larger part of 

^itai OS parture-^Wch is Us prtaury objective when grazing year- 

Mag feaikr steers. ,^ ». ^ 

^g ^^ of calveg h»l"g imitifti ly^ »wi«4i Hi do with th»^Q9e-4X 
§Ki tiey need. SmaU calv» require hi^m quaUty feed and have to 
fcave a«ane grain. Large calves rmging CO to 900 p(Hin& caa use 
tarse fu«MMi<» (rf a poorer grade ra^iage wjd will not be as depen- 
diBt en gntin. Tht l»g cahre& wiB ne^ s«ne grain, however, to do a 
i«a0ec«U job. 

Nataa-aAy. the cattleman hM to feed what he has, and he should 
kasp this in mind when buying cahea. He should bring a san^ of 
forage to my oSux and have it seat to for analysis. "^ results will 
tii Mn hew to scqjpkiRient his ^affe vitti protein, and ^K^>eth^ or not 
» mejk the addition of grain to get the performance he anticipates 
bom m calves. The forage te* is free. All the feedw has to do i* see 

me. " ' ■— 

FOr a 50(Hx)und beef cal to gaia «• to W) pounds during tt» ISO- 
d» winter feeding polod, he must have an average of 8 pouids of total 
ijb^]2e nutrints daiJb' and dtwut SAO (f • POund at digestHile protein. 

Hiis raesBS. atowit 30 poiaids of com salage analyzii^ 21 percaA 
Tm or Mter. 2^ poumb of com and <»b meal, and 1V4 pwnds of 44 
peresBt soybean oil meat or its equivaleat. , 

Seven pounds of alfalfa hay okI 4 poun^ d com oi^ me 9»ne 
aiboiait of ta^ed hay and a nound of soybean meal and 3 pmmds of 
MRi«adoal»uttfaesameiBk " ., 

i Ms s«ie crif . if kept to graae tiie fbiowing spring and seU aa a 
yaai«r« feeder, can get by with appipUniately 26 pounds of lilage 
mi t poinid of a/^bem o& bM mi I'fsitK! of oora and cob meal. 

tm pmmds of atf^a hay and 2 pounds of com, or 10 pounds of 
< Nxed hay wUh a pound of com and a poond of iw tean oil meal wil 
dorfmtf theairaa job. 

fiMfler c4Aves wtB tsdce less, so faed aoeordng to what yod intend 
to do wWi your aives. ' ■ • ■ ■ ■ 

Servicemen In The News 



M VDMWHA BKAim 
raHiiiya ani TikiJm " ^^ 

fsne A. Ci^elyn, 29, 'mi. ^nt0^ 
ia Beirta arid J^m S. ralr^Mi. 
9^ wairen. Vtrgbda fleacb. 

Va^m aai Mvpky r- Rfli^*^ 
Porter Vav^B. m ^ »Mm, 
Virginia Bettftf iBd 0^ *« 
Murphy, it, leoitaiy. Vtf^ita 
Beach. 

Ware and (km - Uonard M. 
Ware. 22. Vm, Nfw Yortt, N. Y. 



•tosk ait aa«ycr-4«i|l ftyop 

Norti^ VIrtfnia. and Swap CMnI 
Sawy»-, 2t no o^iqMtta M«t, 

*^r0nia Baadi. 



3. Patew. «b ^^rtrictei. 
N. Y, aM Anna (Mataa |*» 
sm, a, no oc»i^tl<» mi, 
M. Y. 



wortcar, VW0m IBmOi and Bm^ 
b^ mam B^oci, it. k> oce*' 
paUdtt tattd, ^^ BaaA 
u^im&r^ML- If/Am Mrn^ 
ry R«r. H, UWi liofio& and 
ifcaiiiiidw FMirw jnwoN i^ ewnt 



SvMa Vs#er, 21. seK-aBviayN. 
MdiBond and UWa Tm ^VUiii. 
n. derk-tyiM. Virgbita Beach. 



VhttM ftMwd 



vm. tcAesa, am $m ^rte Ed- 

,1^ RaMMdt. % iMm, Vi^ 

Uat ani ftiMni « David W^ 
m Lmt^ fi^ flyumVf A^, Va.. 
omI Ai^ Jeap tMwi, ^ aa oo^ 

liWia^ airi ABw - DavM ^B- 

sMir Unn^, 2!^ cr^t ^orit. 
Ndrtoft and Laura Ann AHeo, If, 
Hrietriady. Vl^a Baaoh. 



Jtlpctar AlcoR, 3t, M, HI* 
ance gatoanan. NMqIk wd 
uaYte TaytBT, 31. sacM 
Virgtola BsMih. 



V^pMa ««A ant J 
07. nf. rtudiA. VfrgUa 



iUew Md tmkK - Bwbert I Beach, 



Scolt, it., m, duel ttrtal 
ic. NsifaUl and DatiNa Daaa 
«. aa 



Mt 



vm and M«tt A. Aide 31. m 
ocdvatfoa Mid. Wtfaia Biach 



OMk> «d liariBB IWjori* J««. 
21, sea«twy. Irtr^a B< |;- 

itfliiv iMhwM. ft «udea^ Den- 
vtr. OrtB. and *aet KAN!« 
ftmmm,U, sadsstary. VfrgWa 



Seaman Itociiitt JUchard S. Kaye, 
vm, an of Ifr. and Mrs. Stanky 
J. K^ of an WtfftO. View Drive, 
km HgBB litevy bane traini^ M 
lhaU.9. liaval Trainli^ Center, 

Saft1^ii» CM. 

• ♦ * 

Timmfb Cooitrdmia S/e &bat 
S. !t^fiiokte »:; tiSOG, sffli (^Rcb- 
ert S. Beynoktt of ^mu Boule- 
vaid. Is savttg on the Staff of 
C<nmuader Coart Guard Divi^n 
% csaoprtHd bCe^ Gaast GmrI 
iJt^Bt 43pertifai« out o( Da Naag, 
Wet N^ as mits of the Coastal 
Sitfveltoee F^on^. 

^ Ax^ Fft Aloaso D. Twiford. 
am ^ Ifr. aeA Vbn. UOm E, 
of M. a, is a^meariber ef 
Iflpttaty mce BattaUoB 
b«so presenM tiie Xa 




Aitn0 Betat L. Troiary, a« 
if l^.and Mrs. Me D. Tre^ 
of 4Be t^ttsa BMd^ ^ be^ le^ 



iactod for tadmkal training at 
aJiuppaid AFB, T«., as a U, S. 
Air Force aircridt maintenance 

ipedalist. 

• • • 

ttolei R. HkSkmigS Kis^^ih-^ 
^iHed four weeks of U. a Air 
Tm» tttMc^ at the Taction Air 
Omamatt La^riey Ara. Va. A 
maa H Xf of tte Air Force Reserve 
O^ftctr Training Corps vsit at Em- 
017 Unlveraity in Atianta, CAdet 
K^Dowdl is the son of Mr. and 
Mn, C. T. MdDoweO of SOS 22ad 
Stieet. 

* * * I 
Aviation Ifochinist's Mate 3/c 

Jarrv C. OoWns. l^N. ht]i<>nni of 
Iha f «tner Miss Dcarothy R. JcbO' 
aoB (rf 512 S. Bird Neck Road, is 
Stfvi^ at the Naval Air Station 

Pitoent Rhrer, Md. 

» * '• 

Amy Pvt. Noman C. CvSief, 
Swjthem Bh^, was i^igned re- 
om^, to the 68lh ArtiBery. Fort 
kMtt', Okinawa, 
of MM. Lula M. E^liridge. 1737 



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LISTBN,.. 

10 

H. Joseph !Lowcnthal, Jr. ' 

MANAemO DffOR OF WE 

Uirainia SlSeam ^un 




\ 



Even Folks Who Aren't 
Thrift-Minded Shop at A&P! 

Here's Why 




People who aren't 
thrlftrmindedliketo 
be cared about 

That happens at AaP— 
to everyone. 

They like brand selection. 
AaP has it 

They like to shop in a , 
dependal^e store theyxan trust 
Thi^'sA*P» 

" ' * * ■ " . ' 

They have a problem . . . what to 
do with the savings they mak«» K 

'taw^M. 



Are these good reasons for 
shopping A&P? - ♦ 
They're some of many 1 



*V CO^VaiOHT ® 1965. THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO.. INC. 




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^ vmOINIA BEACH, VIW3INIA, THURSDAY, DKEMBER 9, 1965 Two Sect1ons-16 Rages SINGLE CC^Y; 1(te frf MAIL $9,mm 



ffORK UNDERWAY ON 
GEN. BOOTH BLVD. 



tmO^OA imMM > Goi^rae- 
^ m Jkami Booth Bn^^u^ 
Tim K^ file biOal ifitterwBdi 
Imm «a IVetda^, deals with 
mmm nd imtallaiiM d drain- 
apt ttsHiH. loc ft^ i^Rmt 
«l te eMd win ortMd from n^n' 
B«dee Inlet to wiUiin 400 yards 
of Xkm Nock Road and Oceana 

it^ fiinty hatb^ aoqpifared 
te a dividod fcMn-4ane hi^iway 
timi AOmtic Avenue and 4th 
Str^ to an area in tte vidn^ 
of a^ Hall at Mkoss i^e. 
Iieim9«': dw road utdo: oMatnic- 
ttai otw prohaMy wUl be oidy 
(wo4na. V^m thie mad phaM of 
te r«ad la biiUt from Dam Nedc 
Road ^ Ctty Hall, it a poniile 
that te CQB^Mcd nwd wiU be- 
cuiM a dMded U^^. 

Ifeavy ecpiipinait has ahready 
iiHnred hrto itveral {riaces ahng 
tt« RNrta. Oinj^ettai of the ^j- 
i^ It o^Kt^ l^ late imnier 
tt «u*fy all of 1916. Ev^Au^y 
(kumd ftwth BouUwn!^ wffl tie 
his Bid^pudcan Boide^rd aaar 
CSjT' SU|« fBtaUbif^ a network of 
cu'emfeNBMi oi^wi^ wating 
~ii hMv% popiii^ are^ (tf 
A^^Bte BodL OMtncthe <rf 
(^nml teath Boidtanrd ta ac- 
tual ahead of tchedule, but dty 
•Adlls mt, it was MCemry td 
itjM tite road now hi &rier to 



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tht othir ptojfids, I 
ahia^ iteMnrt^wN hi thi re- 
pot ferined ^ ffiTcSMH^ Win 
of WfOnfl* fliMth and AModales. 

The prei^ cttMnx^ioa vriU al- 
io provide new a^seia to a cfty- 
owaed arw rff ftosperity R<»d 
and Fvm Road, baqj devioped 
as a [dadc and cm^jiag fa^ty. 
There is a posdbiUlgF that ^ ana 
wlU be partiaBy rMdy tar lae hy 
moA mmimet. Hie pt^iperty ii ^ 
wMdi oi» eontabed Uie "poor 
{aaa" la UkI, Pr(^}aity Eowi, 
bdan bearing its prooait nane. 
led to the facflity. 

In Virginia Beach B«w^ ttie 
new bwkfvard will couKct with 
ti» new brUlge acitm Rudee Inlet, 
en which bids are» expected to be 
M. by TtM-ym. ^to target date 
has been projected fa- final oxn- 
pletkMi of the eaUre manuiMth 
project. 

According to aeraral ci^ (dli- 
cials, there Is a stnH^ p<mibillty 
that General BooUi ftwlevard will 
serve ancHter fun>ote. Receitly 
the North Candhia l^lslature has 
spptovei a 1300 mil^ bond is- 
sue for tiie ctMatructiM of the 
nsA te he k»6#h ai ^ Outer 
Bai^ Turnpike. Hie giant »iper- 
hi^iway would {swide a Un^d 
acc^s oc^u side highway thrcw^ 
iUxth CaroUna. in years pifirt, 
there was raiti dteusdon ot bufld- 



61^ CM OPERATE IN 






WitSOmWi WEkCR — Emergm- 
^ fSmr equ^ra^ will keep tde- 
f/ham service g^^ in the Vir- 
^Wb psocb vea bi the ev«it the 
eU^ wmM h«ve a kxss of elec- 
tricity. 

L. F. P^dc local manage^ lor 
the ChesapwdK and PotMuac T^ 
qidMne Coo^aigr of Vh*ginfai arid 
&e conqiMqr hu bindreds o^ bat* 
teries, a tx^tk» cB^d engine gen- 
erator hi to pimt building (316 
9^ Street) that wouki supply the 
aeoSBsaty power to keep cu^o- 
mers' telephoiies ringb^. Tl^re is 
also as adbcpiate auidliary powo- 
si^Iy to provide ^ts ttiat comr 
pany peraiMnd can maintain 
equilHii^ aod opa*ate tiie witch- 
boanb. 

U was anergoicy power sys- 
tctfis shnUar to the ones JMre at 
OiP dutf kept tel^diones operat- 
ing durh^ the UadHMJt in the 
n»tii»stera part of the country 
a short time i^. 

^ Not only is there auxiliary pew- 
«■ efi^^mert hi one (Antral oi&e 
b^<^, bM Uirou^iout the cei- 
tral offieas of the CtiP, the Bdl 
SfUmi and (Mher UieBbtme com- 
jMBiy dial c^to^. Fk«in abnost 
^ diQT the fin* switd4K>erds were 
htttaQed. batteries have provided 
nfleto* ttid auxiliary power for 
tale^ione tolerations. 

In die CAP area, accordu^ to 
Pab^ ova* I8.S mU- 



lioQ is mv«stad hi enierfenqy bat- 
teHas, and pow«- geawa l orB . the 
birttenesare c<^hiually connected 
to the switohing equipment and 
tdephoM operatw positions. WiUi- 
in a split second, not evsi nrtice- 
able to a po^oa uihHS ^ tde 
{dione, '.if (^amiercial curreitf is 
elected ttie tMttn'tes provide eon- 
tiauous. ffmet to the equipment. 
T%m, m many taMteasoes, emet- 
geocy generators ccnie hitq opwi- 
ticsi aitd provide the necessary 
power required for ^fphiNie ami 
other c(anmiaiicatl(ats s^rice. 

To assure telephone ^rvice in 
the case of as emei^ency for larg- 
er td^Jhone custoniav of C&P 
mcfa as bo^rttals, department 
st(M%s, state, dty and federal goy- 
erament, batteries are also provid- 
ed (m the prteiises of tiw custo- 
mers too ,so ihat telephone so^ice 
from their own PBX smtdixiards 
can be nudntauied... 

Patrick ^tod &at up until a 
few years ago mai^ of tlw largo- 
telqriKme comptmy central offices 
had gas ' finite m the (^lerating 
nxxns jaat in case aom^lnng hap- 
pened to the li^ts. IbeM have 
now beta senMn^ and refdacfd 
with dectridty. 

In do^g Patrk^ sak^ the. iO: 
stances are few when auxiliffiy 
powo- equipmeirt is. necessary to 
be iti^. faoweverit is ttev yAiia 
it is required. / • 



tag a Vfa^a coamedkie to ttii<^ 
rrad lA^ the oceia from the 
North Ctt-oOna Um to the curreit 
end d AUa^c Avenue. Ihe proj- 
ect afvm r^KJied fruitkm, al- 
ttmi^ discussioa u revbn^ from 
time to time. Now that North £ar- 
dUna hM gone ahMd w^ plans 
for Ms pBi <^ the road, tiiere 
wouU te ayne d^lcuhy hi ftm- 
ndbig traffic iiAo Virguiia. Car- 
tvA Nffilh Carolina pUutt would 
httve the road end at I^Mt's Is- 
hmd. dus enptyhig traffic mto 
narrow and curvy Route 61S at 
the Vh^inia Bead! dty limits on 
the North CaroUna bcB«ter. G«isrd 
Booth Boulevard would, at least, 
p?ovMe access from Route 61S to 
Atlantic Aveeoe. 

With the start of Generd Booth 
&)ulevard, Vhfiaia Beach now has 
three maji» road ju^jects under- 
way, witt several otiiers taring 
the coiKtruction sti^. Work m 
the initial phase of tadf^&aieace 
Boulevard is BMividI v^ ntMrth- 
w«td towsrd Swre Driw from 
Vir^a Beach Boulevard. AikI 
dearing, drainage, and concr^e 
bridge woric Js {Nrogressii^ rapidly 
m the NorfoQc-Vli^nia Beadi Tdl 
Itoad. In addition, bids are out 
OQ ooiistru(^ion of tlw second hiro- 
Isfte bridge ^lanshig L^nnhaven 
hdet <n ^Mire Ihive, Uxis brh^- 
Ing the etUY^lrtion oi Route Sxty 
as a faiff4ans dlvkM U^ay 
dos^ to reiAty. .^. 

roads to Vii 

0iiti ii fece^ yeM^ especially 
wtth die piioMig for the toll road, 
t^it them Jia been much concern 
Im tl» lad( at north-soikh roads. 
With the adtttioB of Independence 
Boulevttd and OsfBo-al Booth Bou- 
tevard, some of ^ tttUk ^rdb- 
kmt «dB be alleviated. 

By Ute nest sunoiner, Vir^nia 
Beach residente wfU haw the Iffst 
(Urect Uiik wM<k»aaa Boulevard, 
and eveahia% nW hav« a s»dy- 
i|Med comiec^ from Atlantic 
AVone to City Hall, with the com- 
plrtion of G^iffl-ai Booth B(Hile- 
vard. 



WOOD NAMED AS 
CPC CHAIRMAN 

VIRGflNU BEA6| - At the 
Virghiia Bea<A City Planning Com- 
mission's meeting Wednesday, J. 
W. Wood was iHianimously ekcted 
diairmaa of the commission, to 
fil the position recently vacated 
l;;y A. L. B<Huiey'r appouitment to 
City Council \ ■ 

After * Wood's appohitment the 

commisskMi went to work on its 

Img agraida of items. 
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Wood, bdore his i^poutmait, 

was ■ a regular member oi the 

Plennii^ Coranisskxi. 



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VtfCinyi BewA he fttxd with a pe#er fililire ilke time Ort sfaifdi tlie Borthearten aad mniUi- 
rf iiM IMM States. C A P e«M«B^rs ¥iD SOU hare Ml ose if Aelr leMiOBes. ahoald 

Ml fte eanpiMrf wll awlteii to Ms aasHaiy-di^d ps«er ptaat to reehaifge the batteries 

ifitiihiftiri rTrT"r- ^-^ r ^^-**-«^ ^ *»-- --T^- r^^ pi^K,— m 
m sswiee. 






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Ii ukes uuBdica ei years tmc ton* trees to pew aai devd^. birt 
•y- aeooBd. for a bidld«er to kaw* them dwnu 1*at U the s'taa- 
ttoB jKrt off Proimerity Road and OcesDa Beotevard as dearing 
mmm ahead fer coutmctiea of the first phase ef Geacral ' 
Bdvlevard. 



Booth 



BEACH COUNCIL NO 
ABLE TO PROCEED 
REAPPORTIONMENT 





City aed l^te ^fteMi discuss oenstractim work ea Gcaend BeeOi 
Bwrievai^ L. to R., 6. L. Culpepper. laspeder^%(%arge: Roger 
Scott, Anistaat to the City Maaager of Va. Beach (staiMlag): Charles 
Kiley. Dh-edor of PnhBc Works; L. E. Wise, deariag 
Bmct watona. b^^Mtor kalaee. 



WELCOME HOME CEREMONIES 



VIRGDVIA JEAOI - D! 
dty of Virginia 
with the mfl»ary v^ CV&7 fand' 
lies will father hi Hangar.122 Oce- 
aiui Naval Air Sti^ion on Sdndagr, 
December 12, for {»«4awttng c»i- 
moni» of 75. fliers retar^ng from 
Viet Nam Mtion. ^ 

Ai^roxunatdy !0 pUi^ wfl! 
leave the carrier Ind^widaice at 
2 p.m. and Utnd at 2:30 to 3 p.m., 
taxiing up to Hangar lA 

The welcome hone cwemonies 
have been arranged 1^ the Aiimd 
ForcM committee of tiie Vh-gitia 
Beadi duoiiia' of Comnerce w^ 
Edwin Bn^an as chahman. Adde 
frran civilian dignitoms. Vke Ad- 
miral C. T. Booth il. cramiUBidte^ 
in-chief of the NaVal Ak AtlaMte, 
and Rear Achnh-al D. C* Rh^iani- 
son, conmiahc^ Fleet Ak Nor- 
folk, are ocpocted to wUaess the 
fly-In. i 

Virginia Beach beatdy titlists, 
Lymell Bass, "Miss Amorican 




VHtOlNIA BEACH - The long- 
await»i Federal Coiul decUon 
conconing reiq^rtionmrat of the 
Vir^nla Beach City Cmmdl has 
now been handed down. It cune 
in a joiitf dedii(Mi c<Hicemlng Vb" 
ginia Beach and Chesapeake. Ches- 
apeake has done nothing at this 
time concerning reapportloranat, 
although Vii^inia Beach is well on 
Uie way to solving its own pn^ 
lem. The Federal Oiurt decision 
sfanply finalises plans of Vh-ginia 
Beach City Couiwil. Council Is now 
free to [Moeeed with mea^ires 
l^du^ to tte flnal adof^aa of Ito 
already unanhnously adopted plan 
tar rea{^xn1ioinnent. ^ter the Vir- 
(^nefal Assen^ly acU on 
the diarter change, tlwre is little 
doubt that CcHUicil's plan will be 
adjudged legal and coostltutiooaL 
U. S. 0ish-ict Judge Walter E. 
Hoffnrun said Tuesd^ that if the 
city of Virginia Beach does not a^ 
the ^OMrseSsidn dt the Gene's]^ 
Ass«nbly to provide new means 
for reapp(»li(H]raent of its City 
Council by March 14, the court will 
do so. tf- the court do«s have to 
provkle reapportimmiM^ it is ex- 
pected it n^ b« d(»e by an at- 
Uttlgc dM^kn. ih^ order also to- 
ckded the c^ ol ChnapealK. 

MUNMib to a meiiM»wdum 
^ed to flAKal ceurt. s^ the "one' 

*ii^*5i«5f 

icishn he atkiptod am eaitteir a^ 
km hf Ofareidt Court Judge ASb&i 
V. Aryan that "The fad of a 
(dato and flagrant disp*oportk» fi 
couadhnol in certain borou^s of 
eadi city" was not deniiKl by any 
d the def«idante. TUs ofAdqn 
was fomied when a siaiilar case 
against Viiigima Beadi's appor- 
ttoment was beard to Noiili^ 
last SqitendMr. 

' to Vir^Ua Beadi' seinraldti^ 
zois com|>]atoed that five cotoK^- 
mei r^ewnted Vfa^inia Bohdi 
Bdwigb ttid each other b<Mrou^ 
had Mly (me coundbniin to rep- 
re^^ it. 
N(»M[ Att«roey Henry Howdl 



the oM county magistrate distrkts. 

Tl» citizens fr<un Vir^nia Beach 

who fded the mitlal si^ agahiM 

cotmcil api^ionnffit clahned 




"Xy 



Une on Nov^nber 16. 

The CHy d Vii^nia Beadi, site 
d the Oceai», Naval Air Stotion, 
will be hcmored with the first Na- 
val ah rehimees en the eset coast. 




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Lake Bradford Ban Lifted 

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VIRGI?flA ra^CH — Sgmt set hof, more wcygen than normal and 
up by the dty health department, j throws the water out d balance 
which prohibited public use d dwnically. 

Lhnboneck is caused by a bac- 
teria which devek^s to thk lade 
d oxy^n. 

The lake is bordered by Chesa- 
pealte Beach homra m the east- 
ern side aaid Little Creek Amphib- 
kxis Base on the w^em dde. 



and Kathleen Carton. "Mlis Vlr- 
^nto Beadi," «dll di^eise wd- 
conoe home chanqiafne to tlw fli- 
ers while 'the Cox Hi^ Schod 
Band and the ConnavakUnt ^and 
play on. 

Carrio* ak whig seven is tiw 
first east cobOL ak grmip to see 
actton to Vid Nam. Hie planes 
frratn die Indq;>endaice are the 
fir^ Navy ah^raft to strUte a mis- 
sile site. 

The wtog, mnie up d Fhattata 
figM^ squadrons. Sky Hawk (at- 
tack) scpiadrons and ASA Intruder 
squadrons, were 96 days m the 
line ftyii^ missifffls over North 
ttid South Vid Nam. The Inde- 
peirfence 1^ Norfolk May 10... , _ . . . _ ^ . . 

S^n the Itae Jdy^ 1. left the]^„ ^«f^ ,f »»>« SfP^«^^ 

" "t™. . ing. fliat all citiz^is of Vli^iida 

Beach do not recdve the sans 

represratetkm. He th«i called for 

tiie ap{dicati<ui d Uie "oie man, 

one vote" principle to Vil:||iato 

Beach. 

Also at tte Septendier hearing 
thoe v/as a side kaie as to wh^- 
er aaeot three judges sIkhiU hear 
the mattn*. H was tfnally decided 



Lake Bradfoj^Hiave, at last, been 
ranoved. 

A four-month shi^ has reveided 

that the lake is not dangerous to 
humans, accordtog to Dr. Mad^ 
May, assistant h^th dkectmr. 

The mgas vrare erected to Ai^ust 
after health department dficials 
leariKd that ducks and fish had 
been dying there. The signs wa» 
placed around the lake as a pre- 
cautionary measure until a de- 
tailed study could be m«le. 

A ^te Water Contrd Aianl re- 
port m a study d the lake puts 
the prtoiary bl^ne on kR^ of oxy- 
gen in the water. 

La^ratory tests tomd some 
traces of herbicides and r»«5ticides, 
but in iwn-lethal amounte. 

The report stated that the fish 
were prcAdjly killed by toxic bliK- 
green alga6 and a lack of oxtygei. 
The ducks were klUed by a wa^- 
fowl disease called lindiemed: 
which is in^rKtly caused frwn the 
la(^ d oxy^n to the water. 

The algae devd(H>s in water 
when there is an over-d}un(tonce 
d nutrients. Tlie algae produces 
o^^en durii^ tiie day, but con- 
simes oitygen ovemi^. 

As smaller amounte d mitria^ 
fhyw uriio tile wata- <hiru^ dry 
w^rther. the algae ctoci^ oamaa- 




MAN KILLED 
BY CAR 



VHUJMIA MIACH 
Courier, 65, d the 1300 
Vkgtato Beach Boulev 
struck and killed by a car 
night to front d his hous^.' 
sak. 

C^ter was prcmounc^ dead on 
arrival at Vkgtoia Beadi Gen^td 
Hospital. 

I^Uce said Carlo* was stnidt 
white crossing the boolevard at 
Sykes Avenue. Police identified the 
xklver d the vddde as Lesto- H. 
Lopn Jr., 23, d N.A.S. Ocana. 
According to police, L«an was 
drivtog west on the boulevard 
vAkq the acckl»^ occurred shortly 
alta- 9 pm. 

Pdlee sity they have divged 
Li^^ w^ tovoh^ary numslai^ 
tir. ' 



Charles L. McCnilerS 

C of C To Hear 
Hunuitt 

oTtiba ^i#nto leadi chamber d 
0»nm»%e wifi hear (^»Am U 
BkCullers, d Dunn. N. % A Mi 

MUHial 

HoM m fmaOtv, DsesMMT 14, 
mecaaSHtg W fYAnk W. Ktfam. 
intiipram dHumiaa f<H- the event 

A reoOTd d^i^nce is eq^^ 
for tt^ VMr's atfhk rtace a nmH 
memfeesUp drive has hooated te 
Chaitiba' i iiend M ii sl d p ife a redcwd 
TOOmafnbers. 

to addhton tr; MdOiSers, who k 
ooted as a tosiK»mis ift^ &uier 
i^^idur, tiiere wlB be viau^ jmw- 
fOiMtkiiM and a codtoual gfeoKAig 
d the Vir^da Beach promotioit- 
^ fam, "Yours for the Chooslsg." 

A socirt hsw is sdied^ to be- 
gto at MO pp. iaitowid by dto- 
aer at 7:IB p.q|. 

Judge VidbSi S.;Wahai), Jr.. wfl 
save to tostatting the Chandler's 
new officers. Th^ tochide R. B 
1^1^. laesidciit; Ge^i^ W. 
Vako^ first vkeijreddent. ^ 
Uam C. Biqn;», seomd vice-^i»-ed- 
deat; iSn. Lucy F. iVatfton, secre- 
tory; and James C. Ktrntx^yaQos. 
trsMurer. 

to ttidithm to the p^aimed pro- 
gram ki annual repwt WiU be {HPe- 
saited to panted f<»m and re- 
mains d the Retoing Preskient, 

hist month that one jwlge would a. BiOews. wffi M^ili^ the pto- 

make the decision on the case. • 

Vkgtoto Beach was formed Jan. 
1, 1983 idien the small resort town 



gross mdai^xa'tkNunent d 
seats. 

JiMlge Htofbnan, itftar : 
dltdi^ Mud, '"rtiere 
cot^deratim ody thf 
to be ecercUed to 
loi^ ^ t B iywgy 
resoitetun should coot 

"Tddng copioaace d 
that tiK Goerd 
icheduldl to n>^ 
skMi durhm Jamaqr 1966, 
to d the q;>inkm that no 
shoidd be imroediatdy 
dher Uian to stay 
mMlffi uirti) 

tfie coQstaiKtive sessiop 91 
about March 14, 1966. 

"By that tinoe we wffi all 
what, if anythtog, has been 
by the legislathw bei^ d'^ 
Qnnmonwealth d Viifinu." 

Judge Hennas tooK note 
Vkgtoia Beach luki wM 
{dw» to Mdc dMtftor cha 
the Geieral Assen^ly whteh 
alter the metfied d det^ 
cUmei, but he said, "If no 
stitirtiOMd ^ba is taleeii ^ 
1906 (knaral Aambty, teat 
remato (toty d« alt^nattve 
wfll b^ to orda> tie ,|MI 
tte mendias d conbuA se 
kB|^ Miritt^ sifeh 
aartyd«it MMi 
% dwoort. 

tte Ts 





the MOeeasittsf 




merged wito PrhKess Anne Coun- 
ty. Hie five coiuicilman b(at>u^ 
Is the former city d Vh^^a 
Beadi and die one cowcibnan are 



gram. ^ -x 

Reservatkntt to die <Knoir aie 
bdng rec^ved to the Cbamh^ d- 
Sce. Thiffie widitog to dlrad 
sboidd call the office at im-wm 
nA tot«- than Monday, Decari b er 
13. 




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line recenl sdttwtos gna 

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d n.S5B: Baydi^ 4MB: 
kmt, t,3M; JNidiMta-, { 
^da Beadi Btaroi^ 
KmfiNSk, njKi; and 
S4Sii 

Ju^ Bofimm*8 deddoe 
to tnm city oKtoids as n 
prise^ told Ito evefi stated 
{vdtobfy would net to his 
rMtoi to the comt 

Smmti Oty Onaicfl 
MSVa^ esipeeted the 
Idt lA^igs Hj tff m an hm 
cbobkA enas^ ttoie to get 
Mm ^ Oaorat Asso^ 
'OtyOooKi has ashed tts 
tftk to i^ntOmail 
hmndoet le^stofita to 
ir^eot dty duffter to 
toi ettty deetka^ d 



The phM eidls km «» sua hMr 
dected from mtk d t^ iH 
boroQ^ and four to be ^d^^ 
anitt-b^ votft ^ 

The dty ol Chiijipnnkfl aka ^ 
the Itaidi 14 doiAtoe for raw^ 
tiomaiMt d Ms e^ counA 





"But Officer . . . 



JJ 




Pity the paof netoite who eM«ntirs lUt dtaattoa. Ant whHt ttl speed ftait li. to 
Hie ion speed Mnrito aie «« BaWe ^aae aaw Hi ilMai. Adiaity fti tower MnUt 
dieate a sched itote. feal at HM tfaitoir tt to iifeM 



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VmClNIA BEACH 
wm&mm mt nm day 

mom cwt lU^ inw i| tovtwee i^ b nt l^ifv bn- 

pvtwt to im*. k i^At P>9r Ai kMlf 'fttM intuni so 

Rttli n thttmi libit. JmmAm^T^BM^ km tarn ta^kb' 

l« «rf iMlari hc^tti Ar te iWK nd* ii« CM) detect Oe brMde 

l»» ttlwMiil WMM ^mim #mA « amMy afaout han^. 

•MUMnMUH VattiaAaBACfl PhMeGAMUl 

OUR irailFOLK LOCATION 

f»ftj| Cwliy 8t^ <lfl»A Cmrmm — Ph. M3-ISH 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, Dtcember 9, 1965 
Page 2-A 

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ENGAGEMENTS 



fUCKER-FRUpr 

Jefan AOoi "nKker ol Vir^ria 
B«ach ha i^uoimced ttie oiga^ 
ment d hia (bugMer, Grace EUta- 
beth, to WUUam Sh^erd Fruit. 

Mr. Fnut ifl die mi ol Mr. aqd 



Hie ledttig la i^amri |sr Dfi. 
18 Ift ^Ui Metb«M C%(MiL 

Mm Tiker to alio ^ di^hiat 
of the M« Mrs. John A. Tmim. 
She wai gradiMled ftvn Marf 
Wadiin^m Co^e wtti a 8. A 
de^p-es and U cqrr^tty art teadier 



Ws. Harry A. Fndt, abo oT V^ at Prices Av^ Hgh Sdnd. 
^iateaiA. 



^sU Bmdtk, Vm., ^aiMted Iran 
the Coui^ Day Sehoal to Giria, 
VbgUa Beaeh. ite it a Mite A 
HoidMMtiRi ttiiwrty. Bma- 
feM. Md attended the SMtona 
UflMrs^ durk« her l^aier pi^. 
Mr. McKimey. a ^itaNK of 
Ci^ MOtary A^adn^, recthred 
h» B. A. on laude tan Bvwd. 
He tapk hia M A ji fd^finMii at 
Noittniraitsn Uwverrt^ whffe l» 
waa aiwai^ a &m S. S(M>at 
F^Kjafdatton P^knndt^. He bai 
1^ studied at the Ui^vmnty of 
Mexico aod ^ S^A»im. 



f-cwt^ cJUne 



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FAIL SPECIALS 



NO APKHNTMINT NimSARY 

•FECIAL 



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CLINIC PRICES 

MONDAY - ie?SDAY — WEDNESDAY 
inT|r VBI8 AD (MLY 

AT OUR 6CEANA LOCATION 



WIG SET S3.95 



Haircut 50 $1410 

f hampoo & Set .$1jOO $1.50 

Tint Retouch ...$3.95 $4.75 

Permanent* . ;vi $4.95 $6.50 

Up 

work performed by students 



6 D^ ifii m^ 



WIGS $39,95 
I00> Human Hair 

HAND MADE - $99.00 

hKsCtkat 

WICLETS $11.95 



Mr. FruH attend the N<»-folk 
CoSege ot WBiam and Maiy .wd 
is a vIm presldaot of Itome Fed- 
tf al Sivtafk w4 Low Aaaociatioii. 



KELunr4Movrat 

\«tGD4IA KAOH - Mr. md 
Mrs. 6ai»ie T. Kdl^ aonouMt 
the M^p^mert of Mr ian^^^m, 
Miii Che^ Maria KMky, te 

Mr. Mojw to the 100 of Mr. aad 
Un. Itery A. M^if. 
the waddiag «9 tab piioa Dae. 

aia S fti inHt Avama ^nck sf 

Christ 



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Sfi^iil To 11^ Wl^ Niwo M€«it« '•WW Other States For Addhional 
Mows 1«<^lft^ for ^ni«^ 5ti«« «o«^. 1^ Scholarships To Thoit 

d^MiAwyvrirAiMmiy ^nat beauty 



DOUGLAS ' MeUNIOEY 

KoramuE. n. y. - Mn. 

Joho P.I tanam amaamm the e»- 
p^RMsH irf ter diMr* ifiM liu7 

^edaiidH- Dou^, to miiam Mc- 
Kimey. 

Mr. MdCiimey is ttie acm of Mrs. 
Marjorie MdKtaney of £^mistoD, 
a., ted the late VWliam MtdOn- 
ney. 

Mi» Dou^, daught^ of the 
'ate Mrs. Arthur F. Dramas of Vir- 

Wi RRIDOttHi GAP 



mVK^'BAVraJNC 

OHARLOTTE, N. C. - Mr, and 
Mrs. W. R. Hoctee anpmwe the 
a^(f^emeat of Aw dM^^rter, Ifias 
Pameto Ruth H«^ ef Wifbiia 
Bead). Va., to G«rd« l^i^s 
Bavdi^ ajao of V^Wa Bapd) 

Mr. Raveling to dw aon of Mr. 
ud Ifrs. P. H. RMretag a( Vhid- 
m, Va. 

Mtos Uodgi to a IMI v^duate of 
Q«rtaiir,H|^ Sdiool and graduat- 
ed te ue froB EMt CafiHBa Col- 
}ii0 where iha was a nomfaer of 
Biita 2«U a««%. iM tot iwm- 
har^ ^ faadlf flf frt m ff f ntf!*" 

Mr. Ravdh^ ^achi^ad fmn 
Wittiaor Hi^ Schaol hi lif7 and 
in USl he graduated ttsm the Uni- 
ver^ d Hictanond vtara he was 
a menher of Stgnu VU ^nAra 
and was on the dean's list. He is 
a membo* of the faculty of Prin- 
cess Anne Hi^ Sduol. 

Te wedding wiU t^e place Fds. 
5 in Grarr Memorial C%urdi. 



„i„i^^ lfy4^N> JiUUtafy Highwi 
Phone 855-2061 

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09m Wmf Nl®HT TIU 10 P.M.-iXCEPT SATURDAY NIOHT 



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EPTSATUI 
yt*WlllNBI»S WiaNBI»Sl>WttJLNa'St:?WILLN«'StJ' WILLNBl'SOWmNW 




When n«wt;wui«4* muv« to 
tgwi), our H<Mtei« freatt 
theto, and axtends a wel 
cone, with th« ^rsonal lees' 

sasres of oar friendly, clviis- 
mmded sponsors. 

nrwcombI^ T 

ORKTINOr 

Mrs. Margaret Lowman 

Hostess 



DUBon«4Aimi»S8 

VWmOk BISAQi - Mr. and 
Un. Ptonsa Al^ Dwdan Jr. uq- 
ntwrnae ^ iingigwmnt of Oeir 
daui^. MiM Jao^idioe Ann 
Durdoi, to FraokUn L. Sai»v^. 

Mr. Saunders to the aoo of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. G. Saunas d Hamp- 
ton aod granc^n of Mrs. C. K. 
Sawyw of Norfolk. 

Mtos Ourdffi to a 1MB graAiate 
of Ftoyd E. Kellam High School. 

Mf. Saunders ^adu^ed firam 
Gchot^ High School ia IMl. 

A June wedding to frtaimed in 
Rivanude Baptist diurd). 

-'mam n run i i ii i iMpp"^ ■ -- 

Mr. and Mrs. Ebner Wing of 
DoclchaveQ were ho^ to tfieir 
granddaughter, Miss Wing Todd, a 
student at Swe^ %-iar CoQege, 
over the hdichys. 



DOWLAiAttNNilllABMIP * 

"Dai#riif m te tiiia^ »ya 
an artiM Aaraelar in Barrie's 
't)ear Bnihis"; and it to owtite 
ttat u mSi of the MOirtod twen- 
^•three ^niSm madtt Imv Imw to 
Sod^ M Uw reeentfy held Deb- 
utaate BaQ of ti» italok Ger- 
floan Ouh, ev^qr nittpr ond^lh- 
ar praMitf laiwai^ htmt, «^ 

ttpraad in wUle^ ^mth if 
rarfow ^rl^ an! natofljrii, and 
cMTyii^ Ivge iraiquets «f nid 
roaaa. the ^ «m«A ttie.Stor- 
li|^ Room at the MnticeUo and 
w«re UBMuoeed by the cluh pres- 
ident, WiBaai Mty DIehaoa Jr. 
of Virginia Bncii, wtooK dag^ 
ter. Tale, tod tba figm. Bar er 
(^rt was Cvlto B. Sagger. 

Aft«- perfmnuig the figure with 
thdr to^MM. tilt gtoto nurehed 
XS% to^ of the' bitoiwn to t*- 
oeive ragrav^ silver card trays 
whfle BUI Morris and hto rardies- 
tra fflayed "Dbcie." 

It was back in mid^u^i^ what 
tha girls had received ttie bivita- 
t^Ma, ud RMxMhs of ^^aration 
aod antk^tim reuhed a oafa*- 
cUmax as tiiey practiced the a^- 
1^ befwe, and then enjoyed a 
post-rehlearsa! party giv^m by Wt. 
MMl W%. Wfltom Gariaad Joms 
^. and Mr. aad Mia. Fraatta 
Da^to iraaaa hnuring then- daagh- 
ton, NevQto Ml* Jonea and P^ 



QpnT? Wms Qmmm Tea # 




Al (he Ft. l^atto OMceia Wtvea CM Chrto«p«i Mi wa (tolt ta il^) 
Ttof. Qmmf^' Ifciegisff. n. fltonr; Mr^ W. N.)MM|. irtfl il *• 
rt. SMtto iffiriiar^ goeral; Mrs. R. B. IMi. pm^km af Aa 
W%. aiai7 eiHe«a WNes Ctah: a^4 Mrs. i. B. mUaMa. wVe «f <ha 
n. 8I«7 eawiikder. (affidal U. fr Amy pba(a) 



The Virginia Brach debutantes 
wo-e Stta Elizabeth Boobl C^raw 
fwd, daughto- <A Dr. aad <Afrs. 
Stkm C. (^wfardk e^scs^ h^ 
Wiaiam Randfriph Hnhard; Mtos 
Asa Dsrsey IHiy, daug^rter rf Mr. 
aad Mrs. Nere E. Day Jr., and 
^anddaughter of Mr. and Mr*. 
Jntaa S. L awwcc , escorted b^ 
Cyiw Wfley Craad y 



daughter ef Rfr. aad Ifrt. 

ton, eecortad l^' 
; QMf*Mr; Mas ILi^ 

daughter if Mr. 
aadMrs. Rkhari 
m. escwtod by 
HedgMjr.; Mta Catta^ P«»- 
tatee aN'> dau^t^ at Mr. mtA 
Mrs. Lea Cratdard ^er, esanrted 
i^ her broths. Ue CrawlsN Sr 
er 0: and ,MtoB Caral Bamlt 
White, dau^r ^ M*. aad Mra. 
nmnaa Jai^ WUte, e^XHrted by 
Jaha Itery C«x. 



CSiapenwes for the BaU wa% 
Mn. CtotesT. Abeles, Mn. Bidh 
ard B. Barrea, pkirs. WflBam C. 
Jr.; nOas CaiqdMid, Mrs. Jelto C. Crawferd. 
dau^ Mrs. IVflUam P. DidaoB. Mr*. 
ter of Rfr. aad Mn. Charles Tal- Clyde tt Jaeoh Jr.. Mn. (A. Crea- 
halt DidooB, escorted by her bror dww Reed Jr., Mn. J, Davto 
tho", Pfc. Rtchaid Didaoa m, ""^ ^* **" ^^*^^ »«irfi. 



lASafC. - - — — 

Miss Cardtae Tide IHduaB. 
dai^ter of Mr. and Mn. WU- 
Uam Petty DMora Jr., ^carted 
by Curtto Beuoa border; Mas 
PeQita>iAe Wdler Reed, duj^er 



Reed iJr.. jRfrs. LelghM BpMIe 
m. Mrs. H. Waller Whtttemare 
and M^B. waHam S. Wlkhami Jr. 




WEDDINGS 

C0UI3(«NKSET11£L 

VmOHIA BEACH - Thrwwi- 
dtaig of Mtos Rabecca Sm Gettel 
and Chariea Gdmartin OMftMrn 
Jr. toc^ place Saturday at 3 p.m. 
in EounvMid Episcc^ dHtfdi. 
The Rev. Uooard R. Graves per- 
fonned the caraaaoi^. 

The bride to*^ dau^tfer of Mr. 
and Mrs. Anan J«ies G«ttol. The 
hridegroQip to tiw aoo of Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles G- Ooid»ni. 

The bride was giv^ to loarri^e 
l^ her tethor. Mtoi Stfah Gay Get- 
td was maid of bentM*. Brides- 
maids were MtosM Sanctoa Bcajr 
of UiiMnao. Sybie Lswto. 2«i 
Foitress wd Joyce Findier. 

Mr. Coulborn was hto sm's beat 
tarn. Gro«nseieB w«« Ben Ihd>- 
baid. William OBrtoo, Boo Kill- 
ffion, Wallace Vaugtoi and VnA 
Guino. 

A recefHkoi was bdd in Alfriend 
Memorial Hall. i!^era wadding 
hrip \» Waahingtoo, D.C.. the cou- 



Capt. ((USN) and Mrs. J. 0. 
aierman, Jr.,iWitii tlwir son. day 
have moved 'to Vir^nia B^eh 
of Jud^e and Mrs. J. Davto Reed, f^ Ariington and are living at pie wffl live at «0 Atlantic Kn. 
escorted by ItonM Jeaeph H«^- 61^ street and Ocemfewit. CU^ '. ' ■ ' - 

^s IXsabelh \ iGafdaer attiodb Linkhorn Park sd»d, M^WPW - 1|^ ---.*- 

Mtos Margaret Alford Hall ami 
^^r^ Gsorad MarlcRi v^»e m^^ 
riod Nov. % in the chapel of Bles- 
sed SacramoA C^QwUc dmch. 
The. Rev. itenoett) M. Rixer offi- 
ciated. 

Ihe bride to the dm^iter dt Hti. 
Wi^am Atfottl Hsfi and the tote 
Mr. HaU imd the granddat^hter 
of Mr. asid li&s. Joaef^i B. Bell of 
Virginia Beach. Ibe brid^roc^n to 
the s(Hi of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. 
MiHia» and grandsan (tf Mrs. J. 
B. Harrto of Vir^a Beadi waA 
tile late Charles H. Eden. 

Mrs. Edwfflt! BrezirH was n^atron 
of boDOT, Mr. Martens was best 
man for hto son. Groomsmoi v«re 
Charles Alexander TunstaH, Trevw 
J. Wilson, Pewoe Leo Boweu and 
Rdf Flemmipg. 



L. 



TOD80N . STRINGER 

NORFOLK — The Rurriage of 
Miss Marjorie Louise Stringer and 
Lewis Alton Dodson took [dace 
Nov. 21 iat 4:30 p.m. in Faith 
Tawile Churdi. The Rev. 1. K. 
^He<v^ard, paatm*, per^Nnied' the 
cmanumy. 

Hie bride to a dau^ter of Mr. 
uid Mrs. Janes Henry String. 
Ihe l»idegroom to a ^ of ^ Mr. 
and Mrs. Grover S. Dodto» vf Vir- 
^na Beach. ^ 

The bride was i^eo to inarriage 
by her father. MiaaDlAorcs Bhrin- 
go- was iter ^^r^ mpd <i| hMior 
and only att^OMot. vl . ,, 

Roi»to Qpdeoo was hto IvMjber's 
best man. 

^ter a wetkbu trip to New York 
the coupto «al}v« H M* 9iick- 
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H&tMk 



3303 Aiknfe^ve. 
Vs. laadi 






ibv AnnCde «Bd sliwi^ t|ri 
Banpd vere nwrW lait llnra- 
day in 0mi9/Ba09 IfeMat 
Ghurdi. Hie Apr. JishQ L. KMer 
^.. pater, per fa ra ted tte emer 
aeey. 

the Mk to the An^ter of Mr. 
9Bd Mn. 4hrto Min t ^mer y QAe. 
The brid^oon ^ iie aoa el Mr. 
and Mrs. Earl K. SppeL 

Thehridepni^hiiii ., 
Iiy.berfi^.mtf»^|i« 
wtt hat &^'s miA of ' 
nd only g^l p qj i fB it, < 
^Mr. WmfAvm IM maa kt 
hto ara. 

F4oiilQ| As tpep^ the cou- 
ple toft ^ « Piiita ^ lalifig^ 

I^dMtdEa Smmb Mwrtefnto 

Mfs. Dogs ^I#i|(!& 0^ tte IPO^ 
ioM^r hi^ (ehBoed Nm ^^ 
to i^^v@ in !f£w XfA C9^ std 
Rtdjoxud. 



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WEDDINGS 



Mri^ Btf Naees the cap m Ml. Bate k^i^teg tM tto hat I 

Mf mii^lttod *e e«ir«e aA k a graiuate Vohuteer Nwms AMe. 



vttftmdmn'MmmH 

RMn-^ of Mn. atiOa Hiynun 
JoNm «r Vk^Bia 1»A. md WJ. 
Uan ^W^ PrMMRl d Norfajk. 
took plan Soadiiy, Noveiribw V, 
at S pm. ta te auuroi UdbsMt 
ClMfth, I^btf ftwoh. Ftetti 
Carottuu tW Rtv. rrask P^Mtes- 
cw pnfomed the e€r«nNiiy. 

flw brkle is tiw (fau^itff of Mrs. 
Nettle Haymm amldie late Daniel 
Webster Haynn. The brideip^oom 
is tfie ■» of Mrs. I. M. Sawyer 
md the 1^ Mr. SMvy»-. 

Mrs. Marf Fiurt of Norfolk vas 
her abater's only atteotaitfRldiard 
PrKdufd d Norfoft was his 
fath«>'s bert triaa. GroonsBien 
were Buddy Prte^rd of fkadd^ 
and Hofward A. Jonbn of Vir^iia 

A rece|rtioii ««s h^ in flie 0>in- 
jodc ConnMaAy ftiildii^. Mi&r a 
tooihan} wed^ trip the cotqile 
wH reside at Apartment aM. fim 
Broad Sbwt, Ponbrdw Square, 



fiRADUATION AND CiU>PtN6 



VmOItOA BEACH - F(Mirte«i 
Red Q^»s Nurses AMtes were 
capped at ^aduatbn exardses 
held December 1 at the G«ier^ 
Hoi^ital of Virginia Beach 

^Offkiala from the Tidewater 
(^a^^ erf American National Red 
Cross, office of volunteers p^ci- 
pated in ^ ceremony Prying 
was Mrs. lAither M. Church, Jr. 
chairmffi! of tiie C^ice of Volun- 
teers. The, invocation was ^ven 
by Mn. Paul Scwelter, chantnan 
of Nursing fervices, followed by 
the welcome by T. J. Humrick- 
hottse, manlier of Tkiewater diap- 
ter ARC. Mrs. Sdiwe^r and Mrs, 
,David ftitdN3(kr j^^seited the 
certificate. * * 

WtA a humorously personal re- 
mark to each of the volunteer nurs- 
es aMn, Mrs. Eloise Bull, R.N.. 
Directa- of Pftffsing Sm-vicM ef 
Tideiwater Chapter AIK^. c^^^d 
flie paduatH with obvious pride 
h the indivUhials who made up 
bar class. ^^ 

The gri^hute ntn^es aMes were 
Mrs. James M. Bain Jr., Iilrs. A. 
h, CracUock, Mra. L. D. Finley 
a?., Mrs. Melvin C. Gnnbert, Mrs. 
Thwnas W. Godfrey, Mrs. A. J. 



Hall Jr.. Mrs. B. D. Howard, Mrs. 
Stephen H. Muody. Mrs. J. WU- 
li£an Nevins, Mrs. Edwmnd H. 
Ram, Mrs. J. B. Sfwy Jr., Mrs. A. 
Brockt Taykw Jr.. Mrs. Rqbert 
V. Ttams, and Mrs. Donald G. 
Underbill. 

Mrs. Batchelder led the grad- 
uate in their Pl«^, tfter t^xich 
approin-iate remarks wore deliv- 
ered by Miss S(» BrodM, duOr 
man (rf Vohmtea^ of the Auxiliary 
to the General Hospit^ of Vto-ginia 
Beach, and Mrs. (Ma C. Dyer, di- 
rector <A Nursing Stfvices id the 
n^tal. 

After the benediction, a reee|Ai(m 
with coffee and sweet ndls was 
enjoyed by the cabled p-adu^es, 
guests abd friends. ' 



>MM*^iiA 



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CSiarles T. Mui^, secretaiy- 
general mam^er d the Date Fair- 
kss Ii»umtce CMpors^ioD. is at- 
toiding a special fh?e weA insur- 
ance cau^e at the Aetna Casualty 
^ Surety Company's home office 
in Hartford, CorafectKUt. He is a 
mavber of 4he Sertoma Oub «( 
Vir^nia Beach. 



KO^iai'EAIILT' 

VniGO^ MACli — Hie mar- 
riage ci KatlKrine Saundo-s Early 
and L^ton Parin Roper Jr. took 
place Saturday at 4 p.m. ia Chri^ 
and St. Uike's E^rfscopal Onffch. 
The cofWMXiy was pa-tormed by 
Qm Rev. P^rton R. \MlUamB, rec- 
tcH* of the davch. 

Tht bride is the dau^iter U 
Capt. JuMus Chmtry Early. Medkal 
Cotps, USN <ret.). ami Mrs. Eauty 
of West Hartford, 0»m. The bri<fe- 
gntaa is a son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Leii^iton Parks Roper. 

C^pt. Early gave his dauf^ita- 
in marriage. Miss .Aine Majn- Ear- 
ly of West HartfcMtl, twin siiter d 
the brtde, was maid of , hrnKX*. 
Brkitesmaids were Misses Enuna 
Healy Martfai of BaMoMre, Md^, 
and MoUy Jomigan Roper, nslir 
of the brid^room. " 

^.Jfbtrt Lonsdale Baper U of 
Chapd Hffl, N.C.. was Ua broth- 
er's best man. Groomsmen were 
HSTwy u^>onor « tsraion, Mass., 
and Handd Gosndl of San Antonio, 
Tec'. 

A recqitifm was held in die 
Commissioned Offk«rs* Club, Na- 
val ^tkm. After a wedding tr^ 
the couple will live at «6 34th St., 
^ «, Vkglaia BaMhr— 



fMMtMMXntKIL 

(%KMka Lm l^dUORMe- became 
fte IrUte d GonkM lAoroas WoM- 
m Sa^un^ M SiSi pjn. tai ttie 
Prince of Poet Ltfh^an Qurch. 
Hw Vm. Sake Me^ po^omMd 
ttie cwahokiy. 

Tlje hMde is ttie ^u^r #f 
Qndr. tni iirs, Harlo D. F«;htd- 
kottwr. The brid^(room h the scm 
of Mr. aiMf Mrs. "nsm^ Irvin 
mwta .. 

The bride mm givoi in marriige 
by bar fath«. I^S Cheryl Pechtel- 
kottsr was her idit«-'s maid of 
honor and Mte Mriey Clark of 
Arllng^ was brMl^n»ki. 

Boijanin F. HernAm of Chcsa- 
pe^e was bM man. Gromumw 
men Larry Craig Giiwi of M^jpc- 
head, Ky., ^d Roiwt Oerrli^ 
Joyn« of Norfdk. 

A r«^ion was held in tl^ C(nn- 
missioBed Officers' Clid)S Oceina 
Naval Ak ^Mion. After a weddi^ 
ti^ to JIUli|naburg, tbe cou^ 
wil liv« M SMi Dw^r^ihwn Ih-ivi^ 
Ram|3AMi. 



vmomiA mAm- um /am 

Boiiseau ^rwick nmn a mM 
gown dr^^ witii rare obi ^Mud^ 
lace when iht ««• married Nov. 
6 to Uo^cl Lawte Unas. WA^ 
d her family laive m$i te heir- 
k?ow lace in tiieir v^ddii^ for sev- 
eral genaratioiM. '^ 

Thedniile rii% cer^nnif was 
c^Mhicted at Gdilee l^pteopal 
dauch by tiw Rev. Edfnmd Berk- 
1^. Mcnrbers of iw inmdKate 
funilies attenckd. 

The bride is the daughter erf Mr. 
ttid Blrs. I^rb«rt Claiborne War- 
wkk. Jr., a.id granddbw^to' d 
Mrs. Heitwrt C. Warwick of Nor- 
"rfolc and the late Mr. Warw^ and 
of the late Dr. add Mrs. JIarokl 
B. Webster, also of Nortdk. 

Mr. Hipes is the son irf Mrs. 
L*tqfd Law^r Hkies <rf Tampa, Fla. 
and the late Mr. Hin». 

Given in marriage by her fatha-, 
tiie bride had Miss Frances Price 
is maid of hmor. Hal Lucas was 
best num. 

A recejAion following the cer»> 
noMiy was held at ttw home of ttie 
bride. 



Mdep«oni b tfw sob of Mr. and 
Mn. Rome V. Boj^in of Qmur 

Hie Mde was ghrai in marria^ 
by her father. Miss Sue Miller <rf 
RoanAe was nmM of houx. 
Bridesmakb wera Miss Glenla 
Boykin of dmiyadce and Mrs. A. 
S. 1H»ey, sisters of the bride- 
grocm. 

Mr. Boykln was best man for his 
srnl. Grownssnen were Julius E. 
Denny. Maxwell J. Howard, both 
of C1m4)erice, and Artie S. Toxey. 

A receptioa was held in ^e 
church sodal hall. After a north- 
em wedding trip, the cou{^ win 
live at toil Chesap^ce Drive, 
Cheeapedbs. 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thumlay, 0««mb^ 9, 




After a we^fing trip to K^ 
West, the cw^de wfll live in V^a- 
tM^iavai. Fla. 



CHAflfTAlN-FEimiMaei 

VnKHNIA KlAOf-Miss 'Hinda 
L^ Fomanda and Dwi^t Hen- 
drix Chastain were noarr^ Satur- 
day afterlxxm in Princes Anne 
Plaza Baptist Owrch with the Rev. 
Mehrin J. Hu^i» p«-forming the 
co^mony. 

The bride is the dai^it«> of Mr. 
and Mrs. WiUiam L. Fernandez. 
Hie brid^oom's parents are Mr. 
and Mrs. Paul H. Chastain of Jack- 
scHiviUe, Ftorida. 

Given in nuuriage by her father, 
the bride wore a gown of chantill^ 
lace. Mrs. Hiomas B. Briley Jr. 
was the nuitrcm of hcmor, and Mrs. 
Amlrew D. Henderson Jr. was 
brideamaM. Flow^ girl was the 
sister of the Iwide, Tawney Fer- 
nandez, and the ring bearer was 
Tmy l^iiaode^ the bride's broth- 



\ BOYKIN-KOOW:^: 

VIRGINIA BEAOI-Miss BiAee- 
ca Ann KoOnce and Ronak! Lee 
Bojicin were married Saturday at 
4 p.m, in Memorial M^hoc^t 
Curch. TTie Rev. James G. HoUo- 
man, pastor, performed the cere- 
mony. The bride is the daughter 
d Mr. and Mrs. Riclwaoixl Lee 
Ko(Hice Jr. of diesapeake. The 



GREEN-HAVENS 

VIRGINIA DEACH-Miss Unda 
Carote Havens and Robert Elliott 
(keen were married Satuniay at 
2 pjn. in Star d the Sea Catholic 
Qiurch. The Rev. Edmund Kollar 
performed the c«"«nony. 

Hie brkle is the dau^ker of Mr. 
Mxi Mrs. Walter M. Havens. The 
lrid4^Kro(»n is the son of Mr. and 
IRrs. WUUam Barron GreSTTfrT 

Hie brWe was given in marriage 
by her father. Miss Janice Havais 
waa maki of honor. Brid^maids 
were Mi^es Nancy Turpin and 
Wanda Boyd. 

Mr. Gre^ was best man for his 
«Mi. GroMnanCTi were William 
Carroll Green IH and Robel Tm<- 
ry Havens. — _— -^ . _ 

A recq)tion was held in Uie 
Knights of Columbus hall. AftM- a 
wedding trip to ;»Jorth Carolina, the 
couple will live at 1630 Bellevue 
Ave., Norfdk. 




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J^r^ T. diastain d Jackson- 
viU« aerved as best man for his 
txxjtte*. Groomsmoi were John H. 
An^er 01 of Memphis, Tenn., and 
Andrew D. Hendersoi Jr.^- 

A receptkin was held In the 
diurch social hall. After a wedding 
trip to Willianisbwg, the couple 
will Bve ai Vii^inia Beadi. 



CHRtSTMA^. IIHHIE COUNTRY 



ths faroiy recreation rown <tow». 
stairs was in order. Rere&hments 
were served while {ffospecUve piu^' 
chasers and browers looked over 
the offerii^s. Featured were 
Christmas candles, baked goo(b, 
aorons and other needlework, bird 
feedors, fkwer arrangements, 
dried materials, manjr ^^usual 
Uems fron grama's corns 
some tjT)ical things, such as wrap- 
ping and rtt)bons, at reduced 

prkJM.^ (->]. — ^-^--^--: 

Hie CSvisfthas house was opM 
fnxn 10 ajn. to 4 pjn. and bim- 
dreds of visitors enjoyed the pre- 
view of CluistRias. 



LYNNHAVEN-Memb^s, gu€ 
and friaids of tl» Cape Henry 
Woman's Club were lined up earfy 
waitim? fo^ the oaors of the De- 
Hart home on Rose Hall Drive to 
be opoied for "Christmas in ttie 
Country" held early la^ week. 
" Ttw «rtrfflice, living ro(»n, kitch- 
en, bedrocmis, and even the baths 
were f^tive with holiday decora- 
tions most appropriate for the set- 
ting. Carols ami o^r holiday mu- 
^ were piped thrtxigh the into^ 
' c(Hn sy^m, adding to the joyous 
atmosphere. 

Ater a tour throu^ the house, 
a visit to the "Owntry Store'Mn 




Hk Hvfeig Christnaa tree was awarded la a kMky 
cceds beaefltted the Wiadsor Wood Lftravy Faad. (1 
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Webster's 

J 302 LASKIN ROAD 

VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 

Gentlemen's Clothing — Ladies' Spo^vecur 
Open Evenings Until Chriitnuis 




By ALICE BREWER WHItr 



ALISBEE 



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Hallmark & Gibson • St>eci<il Order Books 

• ■ Christmas cards 
For unmual Christinas gifts and stocking stuff ers 

FIRST IN GIFTS AND BOOKS 
2202 Atlantic Ave.. 
Virginia Beach, Va. / 

Open 9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. ' 



• Smithfield Hams Cook- ^ Cheese Sets For Christ- 
ed and Packaged For mkm. All Brands of 
Mailing or Christmas tflteeses. 

^ Gifts. , > ' , ' ' 

• Delicacies Of All Kinds 

* .^aAide ' nIaUtei 

(GROCER) 



21Q—2Jrd. Street 



Phone 428-9313 



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"Women kick tarribte 
(Hit of bad k U» meaning." de- 
clared one erf the world's wealth- 
ier, mqat attractive men in a 
reoeitf front-page story. '^I like to 
see a woman's eyes and Ups nude 
up all Uie tiam." 

"Alas," you ri^, "all v«ry weD 
for him to comi^ain— but have ymi 
ever sem what alept-in make«q> 
kidcs like? Airf when do we give 
our faces a rest? Wdl, girls, sigh 
no more. Fdierge has tfic, answer 
and what an excitii^ answer: Bed- 
toie Beauty! 

No more hiding yAusa you wdce 
in the momii^! Now you can k>ok 
evoi lovdiei^an the ni^ before, 
thanks to Fdlbrfe! thid fortunate- 
ly, there's no law that says ylMi 
cant wear tiieac bewitdiers 1^ 
day. too, for 'round-the-ckick beau- 
ty becwjse all that evet ibamn is 
a far BMm attractive you. There's 
BetftbiM^ L^irtidc whidi contains 
a magieiil new Qolour compcmei^ 
^ult Uooms <xily after your lifM 
hn^ absortMd all tliey need <rf Uie 
{vedDUi enM^ieots and humec- 
tiaria in tUs marvelous mw besui- 
tifin-. Tiffin, so ywir Iqistidc id>- 



FOR THE MEN . 
Suits, Sport Coats, 
Stk'eaters, Belts, 
Wallets. Ties, Socks. 



FOR THE LADIES 
Sportswear, Cocktail 
Clothes, Raincoats, ** 
Hosiery. 



317 Laskm Rood 

xioinrnG with a personal touch" 

Virginia BmcIi 



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Our buyers luive just returned from New York. 
Better come in atid 'select early. 



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2010 Atlantic Ave. 
Phone 428-3451 ' 



304 Laskin Rd. 
Phone 428-5346 




DtCNMr N«t F^ 8ie«P*H! ^ia 
IMI fasUoB ^^ligU features 
ttete fln^o pUt pi^mus 
wtth a badiee ef flrffy iwaas- 
dowB inaldKi to wide sMH^fte 
pan^ B^ lAove tfae vriit is a 
aarii «f greoi mMk^vM easndp 
lie ^mmMn. A aoii laa^ge- 
wear to siay at iMne ,ia darlag 
tte hiVdaii. By Cve|y» Pcwwii. 



s(dirtdy caimot come off on y(Mir 
Unms, your dodies or your hus- 
band, you wipe away every wr- 
face trace. All that remains is 
rosy, glowy, dewy colmir <m the 
toveliest lips you ever had! Frih 
erge introduce the new Bedtime 
Flutterla^, for yo|nr ej^s and 
slate, sable w Tigress Bedthne 
Pei^uiie! Bettor kwk faito tHis 
Bedtkne Beauty id ea pr onto! 
AACK TO IKE "raiRTIES 
America's great , designer fron^ 
Noblesville, Indiana, Nonnaa !^- 
t^ is 9 d^inite trend-settor. Whis- 
pers from SevenUi Avenue anent 
his ^ring fashion coUectkn are 
to the ^ect that he has chosen 
^ wiUow-dim fashions d the 
thirties for in^iration. Remember 
those narrow little joa^ daytime 
droses, \m belted, little dickies 
insets uid' schoolgirl collars? Well, 
th^'U be "in" again, come l^ring- 
time. llie pleated tennis/ skirts, 
headadie bands, triangular scarves 
which tie kosefy over the shoul- 
do-. NemM's e^wning dresses are 
dMHt and jDf tfae br^test colors, 
many witti self flovrars acceitting 
the hems wA scarves traflii^ off 
behind. . . . Ym, scarves, scarves 
every hour for ^rii%! 

NO PIPE DREAM! 

You just kiww it's no pipe dream 
>ut a reality wh«i you chat with 
mthusiastic Barbn^ Podleni, pert 
>wner d the 8weet 9iop in Prin- 
cess Awie Plaza. The reality: the 
fast growUi of her department in 
olpes and anokars' accessdries in 
her Sweet Siop. All styles of pipes 
and how the mra do enjoy buyin"" 
than! Sie has imported and do 
mestic tobaccos and especially 
popular are the blends of Tobak's 
This shop's supplies for ttie n^n 
'olla is ji;^ a ^lort ck-ive from 
Viifima Beach and tfae man-ni^ 
is alm(»t pushing the excellent 
eSuristtnas boxes of fine IMi can- 
dies and PrUle <rf America plu<^h 
toys r^t out the door. By the 
way, tiie scpiirrel and vari-colored 
whales, of all animals, are the 
nujst siHi^ after 1^ the Youngar 
Set! . . . 

GOOD BUYS 

IMa Twiihril, co-owner d the 
Kail-A'BIt shop thinks that the 
new I^ilbe D^^mn sweaterai^ 
ddit tta wifl tbrffl tfae Qtdkge 
iiil^ sdwol stwkiits 1^ end. 



Hie colors are ywimy. Mostly 
soft colors in the heattier effect- 
although tho'e are sune brick reds 
and holly greens. There are nee- 
dles and yarn for the sweater and 
material for skirt-making and tiiey 
sell for twenty-five dollars com- 
plete! ... At Ftidley's, we found 
John Barl^corn's Bath Ti*> Gin 
(after rfiave and cologne, really) 
and cleverly packaged with news- 
papa* covers headlining "Bath Tub 
Gin FkxMls The Nation." A clever 
gift for the man-about-town who 
has everything. Spanish colognes 
Us nKn and wcnnoi as well as 
tal<» and soaps, attractively pack- 
aged in de^ red and blacky by 
Myrui^ Ttiker Bell cosmt^ks 
for the very ycxingest little ladies 
and Aadre Richard's sets of bub- 
ble bath and plastic tube witti a 
good comb and, brush tutted in- 
side. HandsMne Bibles priced ^.50 
and up to $20. If you're still lode- 
uig for Christmas cards in good 
taste, FViffley's has a fine assort- 
ment d Hallmark gratings as 
well as tuck-in cards and stunning 
gift-wrap papers. Not forgettii* 
the holly and CSiristmasy papw 
m^kins, plates, coasters, doilies, 




a. iiu Cuaimer. iti^er old «f bed 
thii cozy jumpsuit % ^ last 
word. Yon see it hemio whtte 
flaniKlette, gayfy ^^-^aad 
fhra«red to blue and ri^lel aO 
areond. For thoM trips 4Mt d 
bed, ttatchtag boots and bead 
scarf iKcp Mr Little Wxa wmgr 
pf warm nd ev«»- tovdy. 1^ 
ffl wm^* t IMS. loe. 



matdies, c«iter pieces, table 
clq^ and invitations for the par- 
tiej^ ahead. 
iUGAR PLUMS 'N AIX 
Talk about sugar phuns dancing 
i^i your head, well, your AUsbee's 
first visit to the Seaside Market 
had. that ^ect on her. Such a 
fi^ulous collection of holiday ^xid- 
ies to choose bcm here. Wondoful 
^xirmet goodies packaged cleverly 
indude: Ch>ace Rpih individutd 
plum puddings, all kinds of jellies 
and candies inclwling MIrs. ^eveu 
famous candles, Scotch whiskey 
marmalade, delicious New Orleans 
Patio fruit cake in slices individ- 
ually wraiH)ed and put up in feost 
unique designed tin boxes, hard- 
to-fihd crystalked ^apefruit and 
orange ped, marzipan strawbo*- 
ries and fruits, trmt Genoa, Italy, 
boxes of United Nations "little 
peopSe" nationally costumed in 
hard candy at $1.29 a box of 12, 
also Little Red Rkiing Hood char- 
acters. We found some unusual 
dieses packaged on wooden cut- 
ting* boards with knife attached, 
serving trays and so on fnmi $1.S0 
1^ to $4.50. Qrocer-owna* R. S. 
Maraball reminded us to tell you 
tha^ he now has gift certificates 
you may purciiase and let the re- 
cipioit select his own gift fiom 
the Seaside Market. 

NEW LOCATION i 

In case you do not know, Vir 
ginta's Hobbies Crafts and Gifts 

shop has moved to the fonner 
Cricket Ishop store at 2106 Atlantic 
Avenue and Virginia ifendrickson 
:ouldnt7be haj^ier. She hopes 
you'll drw in soon and when you 
"do, te sure to^e ttie big selec- 
tion d decorative beads, Israids, 
|uins,«net, pins and so (»|. Not 

ing the starfoam shapes and 
the'ieenic and scooped-out balls 
aiul ythet scooped-out <xmi and 

It's all fascinating and you'll 
lon^e making your own decoratkins, 
too! ... . Have you seen tt» new 
Universal ElectrK Christnias gifts 
at the two lactam Pbannacy 
headquarters? Hi^ inake stunning, 
gifts and are always most acc^ 
able to find under that Christmas 
tree. Ilie staff at I^pwn's 207 
XA street st<H« and tfae stwe 
at.3«fa and AtlmtiG is weU in- 

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1721 Laskin Road 



'CiTf^Ftmfttrmm at 

COUNTRY PRICED' 



WiiL at Mtitlop 



428-5951 




'Everything For The Knitter^ 
J<nU.J.Bt 



300— 30th. St. 



• Loft's Candies 

• Busza-Cardozo Christ- 
mas Cards. 



Phone 428-0944 



• Rushton Spiffed 
Animals — "Pride ef 
America'' 



Men's Smoking Pipes 
and Tobacfo -^Foreign 
and Domestics. 



jiweet ^hop 



Princess Anne Plassa 



Phone 340-6158 



• Men's Gift Sets 

• Cameras. 



Cosmetics Of AH 
Makes. 
Chr'stmas Cards 
X • Un'.versol Electric Chri$tfttas Gifts 

■ m G. E. Handy Hanna 



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laramd 

No. 1 " 
207- 25th Street 
428-6363 



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No. 2 
34th. 5- Atlantic Ave. 
428-6467 




Make your Christtnas gifts md decontHons wiA 
Virginia's assistance. Large assortment of gifiskf 
choose from. . ^ • 



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2106 Atlantic Ave. 
Phone 428-1355 



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""^ Vlralnl« B««*i ^W, Hiursday, ^cwnber 9, 1965 
0>orwf» Of tli9 

Vitgjnia Beach Sun 

Ivwy THuradcy 
V lUl i ili BMch N«wi 

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Flr« - still A Killer 

Durlite #!• #du^ W9 hiv# bMn •quipment, the Red Crot* offer* these 

•xperiMM MilMMly «t \^r^lflM iMch, tuggestbns. Have chimneys and cook- 

♦her# tuvt— n num e rout f i re s. A l > i ng equipm ent deaned^nd^ checked^ ^ 

ttiOM^ an Invwtigation is now under- regularly, end den ovens and broilers 

f*y ih^ m^ show sonr>e of the brush thoroughly. Do not place heaters 

firtl to km the work of arsonists, not stoves or heated pipes near .ombustible 

all <rf them were deKberately set. How- walls or ceilings. Do not placs furniture 

twir, there must be a cause to any fire, or clothing on stoves, heaters or near 

end viry f«w b«f^ throus^ ipomane- fireplaces. 



iroug 
mi 



ous c^inbMttlon. Moit b«glii thr 
humerfi^Fdr, ^norer^oft and 
gence. 

In lM, ^m4 Wife 7,700 deeths by 
lire in nm Unl^ $NrtM. Fire ranked 
#i{rd k\ MdawTtai kHieri, H»tt behind 



Concerning electrical equipment, the 
ted Cross says always use proper fuses, 
%n6 replace old or worn wiring. Do not 
(^/erload wiring or use multiple outlet 
plugs. Keep electric motors clean and 
ffie from grease. Never place extension 



miio le^^ift imlf^. Mew then half cords under rugs or hook them over a 

of ttioMT ^atlit ww« cauMd by tmok- nail. At this Christmas season, examine 

ffig Of miMiei, mliuit of electrical all Christmas tree lights carefully to be 

equlp««ilnfiwrflWecthfi heating units, certain the once-a-year items are no 

Probably orme^^ l«rf«|f tingle fee- worn, and be certain that the base -of 

tors in #»«• fJf^ w^ faHw^ to rem- ^ ^«e 's kept moist, thus holding 

»|^|i9adutlftr«h«ird. With the Hell- down the danger of fire. - 

dai Mi@a nom ^mmn m, irtd IM uh for all-around good housekeeping, 

^IKmV^^l^i^M^^i^fnmhfifnmU the Red Cross suggests ridding dwei- 

Mi^f it wdl M #M M« el ftMnm^e Hngs of rubbish in attics, closets, base- 

UVisifii« frees, It is well te rmA&w ment or yards. Keep paints in tightly 

lome al ^ ma|Of preventive muiorei closed containers and away from he^t. 

that cMV be Mcen to m^^ f Ire. M^ of Gasoline and other flammable fluids 

IfM^e simple rules are elementary* and should be stored safely. Do not use 

|4»t flood «o«mnon serwe, however fall- flammable cleaning fluids^ and never 

urtto^de by them can quickly result start ^ ffre with gasoline, kerosene or 

in serious Injury or even death. ^the like. Keep handles 6f cooking pots 

^i«ntly, the American Red Cross has away from the edge of a stove. When 

iMh^a catagoriasd list of suggestions handling hot fluids, pi'ot^ children by 

'^P'^uclng Tiret and fire hazards, keeping them away from the area. Al- 

^ Firrt,;^*concemln9 smoking, there ere ways keeo a ready-to-use f ire^ extin- 

. mu^ 4909d j|^^^.MIow. Do not gulsher aapssible. \^ay0 a garden hose 

vmok9 in becfor ymilfe sitting on up- connected ^nd ready to use. Provide 

Nristeroi furniture. Always discard screens around fireplaces, 

^•rette butts in a safe place, not in * All of these rules can save lives if 

waste iMskets, and make certain that they are followed^ We suggest that our 

ihey are entirely <Hit. Always use large, readers examine their honrws for these 

^1^ Mhfre)^, not those filled to over- hazards, and if any are found ... do 

flowing. Never srrK>ke near flammable something about it. Obviously the same 

I^Mi. D6 not smoke or light matches rules can be adapted to the outdoors, 

ii4Mlnt^sMt or confined places where there are other dangers as well. 

J ^pi^Mf near doth^, paper or other if all the rules are empbyed, perhaps 

GWrtbustibles..And proj^y one of the fire can be discarded from the list of ac- 

m<»t important rules . . . keep match0S cidental killers. Simple common sense 

end Ughliers o^t. of the reach of chjl- and a littte effort are all that are need- 

dren. ,^ ed. Security at home certainly comes 

Conwrning heating and . cooking from a feeling of safety. 



The Christmas Spirit 

Otristmas is Hipposed to be a (oyous We waited for aripther one. We ^ot 
I ^^, a time of gh^lng and receiving, a it. y^e started through the aisles of the 



A MESSAGE FROM Tiff NOtm POLE 



Hme im good cheer, and a time for 
pM^ on ewlh end good will toward 
men. Ihat is what it is supposed to be, 
I but after a visit to a large store in Vir- 
ginia ^eadi reemtly, we have our 
doubts. 



store, only to meet head-on with a rush- 
ing shopper's cart. After she had pro- 
perly chastised us with words unbe- 
coming to anyone, we moved on. We 
picked up a few presents, and reached 



, „ , , : • .the cash register, orxjy aftcTr numerous 

first of all, the roads were jammed ^ shoppers brol^e into the line 

^with (oyous Chrtttmes shoppers rush- ahead of us 

' ^"^ '^'±J^S^'^'''^%^t!I .Zl After getting back to the car, making 

||i*»y and rti^<^ others. These same ^ur way out of the parking lot, and 

K^l'"I^ upon giymg andreceiv- ^^ , ^ . ,j^ ^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^ 
H Picked rtie parkmg lots, and with J with Ebenezer Scrooge. "Bah 



i general lade of good dieer, fought for 
parlcing j»l4ces. We tried-4o be patient 
4nd wait for a parking place. Finally 
pne was free, and we eased towaid it. 
We werp outmaneuvered by another 
happy shopper who cut directly in 



^oh .J. Humbug." All in all, it 
was quite an Quti ng . 

Somethinsi has happened to the mod- 
ern American. What it is, we do not 
knqw^utit is not a pleasant thing. The 



ifront of our cw. He almost caused-^a imageThat too many persons present 
*^ree ^r collision, since another happy to the world today is ugly. It is not in 
^rtoer wes trying to snare the park- keeping with the meaning of the Christ- 
ace away frtwn bqi&k of u$. mas season. We would like to see a re- 
dly we parked, and. madr our versal in this process. Wewould like to 
me inside of rt^e store where see ^e season become joyous again, 
arsis, were playing on the We would like to see faces light up 
intern, ,. No. chopping m^repft^ with the true meaning of 
"He, so we waited, giving and receiving. We would like to 
, ,.. , .ucky enough to get s^^asmlleor two for good cheer. Then 
made the fatal mistake of maybe we could have peace on earth 
ly from it for a split second and good will toward men. Irtstead, the 
he beautiful m^diandlse. image we have of our Christmas shop- 
no good wlH toward us, it was ping trip Is one of harried clerks, rush- 
oil way by a gleeful shopper who ing, snarling shoppers, and little chil- 
it»at possession Is nine points of dren pushing and shoving In order to 

get to talk to Santa Claus. 




How To Impede Prog^ress 



During the Thanksgiving weekend, 
we visited a resort dty on Long Island, 
about an hour's drive from New Yoric 
Oty. it is a smalf place, with few hotels, 
no motels, and a few beach clubs. 



large city would be publicized nation- 
ally. We do not feel ti>at those responsi- 
bly, for this sort of thing have done 
enough for the Whole city. An entirely 
new vista could hB qaened up for the 



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Basically it is a residential summer re- city of Virginia Beach if all possible 



sort for the wealthy, although there are 
now a number of year around^homes. 
But it all but closes down in the fall, 
winter and spritig months. With the ax•^ 
ception of catered affairs, parties, wed-^ 
dings, and the lifce, the place is a virtual * 
giK)st town in the winter. Throtioh 
heavTly'restricttve »jnlng, the, beautiful ^ 
strip of beach area on the Atlantic 
Ocean has managed to keep out high- 
rise apartments, large hotels, motels 
and new business establishments. 
Those 4n power wish to keep It a small 
place, without the usual beach activi- 
'ies. The way Long Island is develofiing, . 
this is one of the last areas so close to 
Manhattan left to grow. A change in 
thinking will have to come. Although 
the interest g^f the residents in keeping 
the town exdusive is probably admira- 
ble; it defies progress 



tieii'e^ 

Wi GoiVeas — firiMVi asM Ifeaa 
e^r c^Mf Owigwii tiMrt tea Imm Mm — rmn^td e 
WpMt vonl demtioii. 

TH» WAS THI CONiHB 

Z^ y«a the Ccmggaaa ttat gave the HMtai ito^4nt 
real "nats and bolts Houdiiir Art," t^t took aim at tke 
heart of Amsiea's housing ^Mesp,— tad extant to 
ike ItaaMliiate Amaiiean aa q^ertuitjr to nia$ his 
Umify A mm and bsAlar hooatec^ s. 

TiMnm tho Congreaa that tiinitt iMf into the vmt 
pit of oiff nagiected natlGnal edueaitkni {otMaa. It 
enacted Federal funds for elenMDteiT and ae^ondafy 
■diodt. It took the beat aystam of m0Mt ed^oMok 
•ad made it even better with eoo^ned Federal gra&ta 
to our eoD^fea and oaiveraitiea. 

This was the Cinigreea tint htonehed ^qjMdi^iie, 
proTUHng aid that totaled $1.1 biOlMi tot an IMite 
pragraoi, changing desperatdon into hope. It paaied 
the Are* Bedevelopment Progrun. ^^Vifftt|4MN 
minion f <Br manpower training. It mfSmM HWnt 
Johnson's poverty program. 

This was the Congress that blazed a new ediflsrtag 
trail in the Md ot medical ear* for the aged, tluit 
aathoz^ed grants for community mental healtii coiten 
fw profession^ and technical staffing and that worked 
to stamp ont heart disease, ^uioar and stroke. 

This was the Congress that destroyed the kmg'hdd 
myth that once a tax is imposed it is never removed. 
Excise taxes were repealed on a ma«uve and higtorie 
scale. 

This waa the Congreaa that removed the stigma of 
100 jmn of Negro disfranchis^noit hom the soul of 
America by passing ^ Voting Righta BilL 



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efforts are madf^ attract new resi- 
dents and new industry and business, 
and not leaning mostly to the attractien 
of tourists and conventioneers.. , T 

^41iree Cheers 



^ splfe of minor setbacks, which 
could have b^en avoided, we offer 
three cheers tothe City fathers for their 
plans concerning immediate develop- 
ment of the land it has acquired at Sand- 
bridge. They have promised that the 
recreational land, the object of too 
much controversy lately, will be ready 
for use next summer. We applaud their 
"full. speed ah^ad" efforts. They ha^ 
promised a temporary road to the area, 
as well as temporary parking areas and 



picnic areas, and the like. We are glad 
The same defiance was evident in ^° s^® *"y measures, however tempo- 



Virginia Beach in years past, but fortu- 
nately those responsible saw the hand- 
writing on the wall. They stepped 
aside, ^d the progress of our city has 
been fantastic ever since. The growth 
is far from over, and we wonder what 
Virginia Beach would have been like 
'oday had not progress won out over 
those who stood in its path. 

M a ma}dr resort city, Viroinia^ 
Beach has still not taken Its rigntful 
place. The relatively short time it has 
been growing rapidly Is^obvlously one 
reason, and the lack of liquor by the 
drink is probably another. But one 
major reason was brought home to u^ 
while we were in New York. A know- 
ledgeable person asked us, "Is Virginia 
Beach a year around city now?" 

We are fully aware that the resort 
are^ of Virginia Beach is quite inr>por- 
tant to our economy, and that it i$ one 
of the greatest attractions that can be 
offered to the general public. But we 
do not think enough is being done by 



rary, taken to open the area to the pub- 
lic next summer. We feel certain it wiH 
be a major boon to the tourist business. 

Of course, when the entire area is 
develof^ for recreational use, the city 
will have permanent picnic, parking, 
surfing and camping areas, as well as 
good roads for access. But that develop- 
ment may take quite awhile, especially 
if anyone else starts another "ternpest 
in a teapot." 

We look forward to the opening of 
the next tourist season as being the big- 
gest ever in the history of Virginia 
Beath. The immediate steps being 
taken to develop the Sandbridge pro- 
perty will certainly be one of the Im- 
portant reasons for success. Since ^this 
was one of the last beachfront areas left 
undeveloped, we feel quite fortunate at 
having it for r^reatloruil use. 

iNow, there is lilfle doubt that land 
adjacent to the new City-owned pro- 
perty will develop, and that a whole 
new area of Virginia Beach, far away 



thoseoresponsible to publicize the rest from the beaten path will grow and 



of our fair city. The state and city t>oth 
are trying to attract industry, and have 
been moderately successful, but that is 
not enough either. Those in other areas 
are fK>t aware of the advantages off^- 
ed by the ninth largest city in area in 



grow and ^row. It is our opinion that 
the area k>etween Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard and SarK^ridge will now $Ik>w 
spectacular growth, and we hear^ly 
encourage ar^ widorse this growth. 
/ To^our regular readers, this is a fami 



the United States, iricluding how much... Har theme. We are greatly interest^d in 

open land there is ready for develop- seeing all areas df our mammoth dty 

ment. They do not seem hjknow about grow and devek>p. We regard ^Is as 

our relatively low taxes and the avail- highly important before aH areas of 

ability of desfrable homesites and busi- Vlrginia'^ach will fully realize how 

ness sites. They stilftend to think of Vir- necessary complete cooperat^n is. '' 

ginia Beach as a small summer resort. The city has taken a giant step for- 

which closes down in the winter. * wfcrd in acquiring the Sandbridge pro- 

We do not wish to crifteize' those perty, and in promising immediate de- 

responsible for that image, but we wish velopment. We know the new land can 

that more of the other aspects of Sir do nothing but good for the entire city. 



This was the Congress that gave encouragttNBl fa 
the Natiofn's strui^Iing artists through the eatabUdt* 
ment of a Nattcmal Arts and Huraanitiei FoundaHoa. 

These are jnst a few of the acoomplishmenta oi the 
89th pongress. They indeed ahow that tUs ia a Gon- 
gresa of fulfillment. 

^ The record of legislatfon Written bf ^ia Cra^reaa wlB 
nve forever in the story of man's progress to the raatt-; 
ption of hia nobleat dreams and tise fulfiUq^M^^i^ 
Soe «ld peace through aound government ■' V^' -■''■■;^^^" 



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ThCTe are cia'^un vm7 signifi- 
cant observatkms that a retired 
educatw has the pleanire of-^mak- 
iag aad the definite oUigatioii of 
passing on, for the^consideration of 
his community his state, and his 
nation. This cbo^ation, and its ac- 
companying c^gation, has to do 
with success. As a retired educa- 
tcn-. I have deserved ttiat thare is 
a very high degree <d miccess 
tied in closely with personal 
grooming for appearance. The for 
mer stuctents wb«n I meet from 
time to time in my daily travels, 
who invariably m£^e themsdves 
known to me, with an air of pride 
and distinction, are those whcMn 
I remember as carrfuUy groonai 
hi^ school students. I am not at 
aU surpr^ that I seldmn have 
\be pleasure <A having those. 



whom I ronember as careless and 
indifereiA ibout th«r personal ap- 
pearance, seek me (Hit and make 
Uiemsebes known to me. ^^cess 
18 the m(^ating fwce that 
{MPompts a fonnar student to stop 
in the path of a former instructor 
aiKi make himsdf known. 

In efveiy instance, these youmg 
adults started right, k^ their 

{X>i>e and pers(Mial {H'ide, and are 
still cUnr^ing the ladder of'soc- 
cess. Slovenliness and bad HaltAts 
are never m tune with true suc- 
cess. 

Paroits and friekls of youth 
^ould roniod «ir young fdks of 
this fact frequeiUly. 

Ed. L. Aj^l^ate ^ 

- P.O. Ifex 821, Sta. 2 
Virginia ^ch. Va. 



Yoinr Faith and You 

ReSERT H. GARNER 
AlUiter. Tabernacle Methodist dnircli 

The nK»l prophetic wSrds <4 ^^ New Testament are to be fouirf in 
ttie G^ejel of St. Ixkb: "... aid there was no room for tijem- ta ths 
inn." That was tq be the crucial experience of J^us throughout his 
ministry— no roan for him in ^ inn cf the human heart, m room fo 
his qu^tty (rf life in the lives of men, no room for Ms teachings in their 
mm6s, ami no ro(»n for bis reforming zeal in the church. It was this 
ii^KJspitality which eventualy led him to the cross. 

(But why is this true? Why is tho'e no room for the Christ in the 
inn of huimn Iffe? 

for me ttung, thare is tbe probkm of oveKrowiKi^. Ute iui at Batti- 
Icbon •waa ^«ady crowded wtth peofiie fawn all |»rtt^ d Israd who 
had come to roister for At R«Tfwn f^m^i* wiwn the Holy Family 
arrived, Uiere just sin^y was not emu^ room for thop. L^ewise. o"- 
lives are crowded wWj a multiplicity <tf activities i«ii#:g from the 
(temands of our occupat:«B ifl WA, little league, civicx and wrvice 
ckim, as well es fratoiial and social organizations. Mo^ {wc^^e Uve 
crowded lives wi^ a tiglH K*edu!e, leaving litfle tune for the dnirdi 
or its Master. Of course. aH of tfiese activities are ^)od, but wber} the 
beat, the fairest of ten thoisand and the one oHi^ttier be»itiful cooiN, 
we 01^ to mal^ ra»n. • 

^^tt one oispects thai tiasre is another, d^per reasm for Jesus b^ 
shut «it of human life, and that is shane. N<me of us ev^ wa^ to 
have a visitor wane into a dirty, n^sy b«»e. And we are «# i» 
well aware d the diit thsA we luive sm^ uoto titt nig hi ihe inn <^ 
life, the disarrffl^em«it <rf the fumifenrc (rf morad and e^^; y^m. 
We are a^jamed to have one wiw is alien to M»*iat we have stwKl (or, 
come into' our hv@. IBut remember thisr it was to aa im |^ Jeas 
fir^ came, not a mzmsion. He seeks mi those wl^e Uv& ise brcto, 
wdbriEfi forgiveness and healing. „. . - , ^ 

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fiaridei Us widow, airvivipg we 
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fearii^ir ol dd^alM^ 
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tari, II.Y.. Im had Ivad ta« a 
year. Ife r^ired in Octdatr alls 

Me widow iHd hfe metfi- 
or, ^Mfi Flwiiwr Hf^w ptr 
ba li sunrtvad bf two 

Etaa AsD MeiM and Karen 
Bah Merkt of rirgtaua Beadi: two 
•■lai Brick Ue Itott of Vii«taia 
Bea^ MmI mmam Edward Matt 
of Virglria Foiytechiric InstJtate. 
OBd a kroliier. 

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MR& OUVB BUSZELL GBAT. 

^ of S« BartoB Onde. £ed in 
a hoepital. She ma a aMive of 
EaU fi^yinouth, Mtts. Mid had 
ttved here six months. 

iarvlvi^ are a (iiughtM'. ]kfn. 
Baabriee & Niaoagor of VirgHb 
Baadi; a aqn, Ue^ W..aieraBan| 
ti. ffia^di, Fla.; a si^r, ^ 
grandcfaildr^ and foia- jgmt 
gmddiikim. 



ntANGES MARION SMITH. 8B 
a ai^ve of IteoriaBa. PA., and 
a i«*ideot of ttie Nerfo&-Vir|^ 
Beach area for 2S years, has ^ed 
hi a hospital. 

He inu a retired caipento' aad 
B«^ with a grandsM, Victia- L 
^Alaiid at 7£ Avalon Avemie. 
' itaUw to pvodnn, he is aar 
iHNad Inr a dam^^r. Mrs. Mar- 
guorilidllUaDd of Virpua Beadi; 
a am, Ehraod SmiOi of L]^k1«i. 
WaA.; and three other graod<^ 
dren and dglU great-grffi^AOdroi. 

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OUBA BABBIStm SCOTT SEft, S5. 
^ lat Greoi Itanp Road, has 
dfed la a tRMpital. H<^ was the 
haiband of Mrs. Lois Rice Scott 
He was a tonelcseper lar ihe Vir-. 
^aia Beach PubOc Worics departs 
meiA. 

B^ide his wkkw. Iw is sur 
vhred \fj two dmi^tos. Ifrs. Dan 
T. ^mxi vsA Mn. W. O. ftintt 
of Vii^inla ^each; a son. OIha 
liarrbon Scott Jr. of Vfatlott 
Beach; md three sixers. 

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KUBERT PRICE BARMAN JR. 

«. of » N. Oceana Blvd.. ift^ 
in his bone i^er a kng iOness. 
He was a native kA Lyndi Sta- 
tion, hut Uved iwre 11 years. 

Siffvivmg are two sons. Qbtft 
P. Hannan UI and Rob Ray Har. 
maa, «id a daugfater. Miss Mary 
Mae Hanaan. ill of BaltinMsre; 
feia- bnttersnd lour si^«rs and 
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EliMy yean age Viiftate Beach's Am reawt bam apeMM Ms 
■ilei wM localed « the eoea»fer«B* betweaa BMi aad 11* ri 
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December 3L 1965 




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NOiVOU 2203 East Utile Crwk Road 

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FOWLER HODG- 
ES, 9%^ af 2MB P\e9mm House 
Baai bv died bi a he^Mtal after 
a lo^ itoeM. S« had lived here 
U ycttv «id was a registered 
nurse. Stx was tfie wife of Mau- 
rice K. Hodges Sr. 

Baridn her hustand, ^ is sur- 
vived by two daugiuers, Miss 
Maurloi A|ai Hodges and Mrs. 
Svah H. Ph^; and a ^n, Mau- 
rice K. Hot^es Jr., all of Virginia 
Beach; three sisters, a ivt^her, 
and a grandchild. 

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MRS. GEORGIA ANNA IHLSON. : 
78, has died in a iK)spital. She i 
was a native of Princess Anne | 
Cwnty and tau{^t school in Not- ^ 
foHc Cminty for 30 years.^ 

Stie is survived by two sons, 
George Highter and Julius Highter j 
of Virginia Beach, a iHrother. two i 
granddiildrcn ai^ nine great- 1 
granddiiliben. ' 




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gtaite Baadk lie aaaia was dMM^ bam ttie Princen AaM Hotel te Iba Frbw^s Aane laa. Ae bu 
was eoattractod te hec# i»c« witb Ibe em giwwlag fwMrt t^ade to Vbgteda BoMb. Ibe betel h ex- 
pected te bMt al leaM Ml years. (Pbetea eaaipHaNate If 9eott Sterlag) 



MRS. BEaOB MARTIN of 989 

Burton l^tt<m Read has died in 
a hoBpital. ^ ir nirviv^d by two 
daughters, Mrs. Vur^nia Hairell 
of NorfoUc and Mrs. Ethel Harold 
cf Virginia Beach; a brothor, a 
sttto-, a ^andchUd, five great- 
grindchfldrai aid two great-gr«it- 
granddiild^en. 





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ifg-shcll? Hailid k Kl Am as parfi€lpack« 

liL m^S0L Watrlifh^pK4e derip. tMNaWa 

! M. 6iildn't season. CiaWi't ImI. cbKk irofrtst, 

EMr ilpillbPaa^ of Eniland. E^ Mpm. Hwav simpls. 

Bia* in k cup. Add s4L l^r. patttt;, White^. Screw on 

cap^ nan in Mflng w^ dpan j|^ my**^ «tet Umltrw 

done? Replace, cooli num. Vmam^mm$' CMmiiefli Lowlf. 

. 17 Jl Hi pair. 



Frank R^^F^ird to. 



. VIRGINU BEACH 
Wl ATLANnC AVENUE 

HEMBMRS mmlCAN CBM SOCIETY 



NORFOLK 
2|l GIMMIY 90feBT 



MOTICE 

Effective Dec, 11, 1965, our Service and Parts 
Departments will be open as foNows: 

Monday tfiru Friday: 7-^ A.M.~6tOO P.M. 
^furday: ClcwW ^1 D«y 

COATES MOTOR CO., INC. 

21st St. & Pacific Ave. 
Virginia Beafh, Vi. Dial428-2771 



CHARLES A. OUTHHE SR.. 70, 

who lived with his swt, Cfcarles 
A. GuMtfie ■it at , 11^ WiU-Q- 
Wi^ Drive. M^ died M I hospitd. 

Beii^ hft' m aji^^ ^« 
two da(i^it«-s, ^%, W^ Gro^ 
gan of BiltinW^|i4lf^;AobHt 
Steeey of iltm^^ '^\ 'pd A 
brother aifd ^st^, jis"MM)chiln 
dren aod tvN): |p«attp-adiW)r«> 

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HENRY J. JM»Bb.^, of Tli Wa 
Street has (tol hi a bo^ltid aftw 
a rfiort illness, m was. wtifed 
frcm PrInceM AiUM PhMbing & 
£lectrk;id^ S^TpU^i isd bad ^^ed 
hisce nearly % ymrs. 

Ite is survii^ by his widow, 
Mrs. Eva C^m\ Jacoba; a son. 



Soi H«rold Jacobs of Ft. Amtet. 
S.C.: a da^Mar, Uh. Jaoquidaie 

Joyce JlPer cl Richmond, Calif.; 
a Mtiw, tfarea satisrs. aod three 



JAMBI I^NIi TH OW B N . Ji> 

'ant son fi Hai«kl Leoaard and 
Mrs. Lob Williai&a Ihr^fljpiHfc loes 
Oait Leal Lane, te bi a iMpital. 

Beskies hli pwwte, ha to mr- 
vived by a bn^er. y&aud Eu- 
gene Itmaj^o^ Md ^ fcwdpar- 
ents, m. ani Vn, iMm Wil 
:ianu of HynM^ Ml lU Mr. 
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(Contii^ from Pi|ge I) 

Chrlatmaa l&t ')li|iMtr.« For yoW 
cosmetic and coathantic gifts, we 
Imow you'A mi "M ifap thing" 
at U^raaia. OtQieAp inl .' . . When 
you see the ali^gjan. "City' furni^ 
ture at country piiees" In the acfe 



for MMa al imtKf. it really 
ffieaM |Mt that. Tlwrt are so 
nwiy tiAvldQal gifts bM? lot 
JOk ^b at college, the student's 
roQiih gNndma*t very own rocker, 
for tfib Mw gnadchild's nursery 
and so on. Next week, m«'U elab 
orate oo WUIte at liUtep! 



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HRESniSUE 




^9Ri^^ MIACH - Outbreaks 
41 mnk ind bnMh flm continue 
li ^igue firemoi ttrou^iout the 
d^. I^Se it is ais(«cled that «•■ 
iM RH^ have been the cauae of 
B«ie ud diUdren responsbk for 
olbia^ ttK m^ cMSt of the radi 
of fh«s in tliB d»y woodlands and 
^ fi^^ is cardessiMi bi the burn- 
^ of traA. hedge rows, and fwUs 
aceoftb« to Clii^ nreit Warden 
pamat A. Benaon. 

tSSg MaaigH- W. Russell Hatch- 
ett iMutd a directive prohft>itii^ 
ifien flrei; Ws «tl« coaiH>Ued with 
a MiBidi^ proclamation by Gov. 
Atwrtis Hannson Jr. 

T!)t ban which went iiAa effect 
here 4 noon Tueaday could delay 

BMcb IM Road if it lastt as kag 
^ 15 di^, aays E. H. Orange, di- 
rects of the tdl road c<m^ruct»n. 
CQotractiCMS proha)ited from Iwm- 
te the debrU fn»n enuring Uie 
rt^ of way may not be aUe to 
RiAe up the w(h1c to nieet a sched- 
ule, he said. 

ttHti^ hM bea {»-^ubited in 
Oe woedtandi baeaiue d fire dan- 
go-. Fbe ma caught huntii^ in 
!»rinoea8 Am>e Borou^ were fined 
tW each in Municipal Court M(A- 
lay. 

jamea C. Hamridt (tf Virginia 
Baadi waa fiaad abag with WO- 
Bna BRnni. Pli^ Jernigan, and 
DMl|^ WiiiMlti«l Of NorfoDc; 
m^ W^T. MvshiA of Chesapeate. 



POST OFFICE 
LISTS HOURS 

llTOGimA BEACH-J. T. Crow 
^^^J^te Jr., PqitonMrter, has an- 
nounced that coin>kle pcMtal win- 
dow service is now avallaUe at 
'4W1 Vii^a Beadi Kvd. Parcels 
and otiw mail for whkh the car- 
rio- leaves a notice cm be picked 
up at this facility. The awvtee will 
contimw ihrou^ DeciBAer SB. 

Known as Boulevaixi Annex, it Is 
located m the south side of Vir- 
ginia Beach Blvd., ^ east of 
Aragona Slwpping Cent«r. 

The window sw^ice schedule ^t 
other post (rffice facilities frwn De- 
cember 9 to SI are listed as fol- 
lows: 

Main ofTicei Seapines station. 
Bayside station, and Lyiuhaven 
station -JtoLthrpughftidaxg 
a.m. to ( p.m.; Saturday, 8 ajn. 
to 5 p.m.; Sunday the 12, dtMed; 
Sunday the 19th, 1 p.m. tt> 4 pin. 

Lmdon Bridge ^ttoi, Oceana 
station, and Princess Anne station 
— Mon. through Friday, 8:30 a.m. 
to 5:30 p.m.; Saturday, 8% a.m. 
to 5 p.m.; boti) &indays, closed. 

Bafck Bay ^tion - Monday 
tiiroigh Satorday, 8 a.m. to noon 
and 1 pm. to 5 p.m.; closed both 
Sundays. 

There is no change in the pres- 
et schedules at Fort Story, NAS 
Oceana, and Dam Neck statiwis. 

Ifoney Orda* service rajriains 
the same. 




TAttB 



RECEIVES HIS WUieS 



LIBRARY BENEFIT 

Vimmm» - IWidaor Woods 
0brs7 Fund receh^ 1181.66 re- 
mit$ due to the e^Kls of the Girl 
HfipM who sold book worm em- 
K^i^1^ A canUval in tba- 

^Hr. fiho^ 18 fflid ass witii help 
froB Cadette troop aOB sponsored 
Am <3saNl last moeth. Featured 
««l« MB^ im. white dapliaiit 
art Ma lale bo<Nhs. Balkois ffld 
dito i»*» wy pofwtar and the 
moit lapuUl- was tti9 'lilt the 
icert wtti a wet ipoegR*' bMtb. 

lion tfuu 308 iMeoM tte car- 




lltaETWG 

VncMA BEACH - tlie Ife- 
viBtar anet^ of the League of 
ffann Volers was hcU ncci^y 

ittb»IUBlem Sxure Ch^ wtth 
fnk Etay a«} Nij^t uiflts ainbbi- 
big. .*> 

llpeeMl guests taicla^ed Mrs. Ildb> 
ert iMMm, pmidH* «f ^ 
HorfdlE-Vtr^da Beadi imM 
Ifrt. 1. t. Hffli^K. md Ifra. 
BMMek Heydei who spoke on 
^gjUt BtecilkNL '4 

' lbs. Bej^Hi. wile of the Noilolk 
pilKMilriit iHio is drector of fte 
lleittal mm CUnic in Norfdk, 
ia jhi (Manaa of ^ Noiolk Ed- 
utittoi <%mRritlee, Mrs. A. F. To- 
aar httds the Virginia Beach Ooiq- 

Ms. Rktaard Mapp presided and 
ba«d a report from Mrs. Rkfaard 
Bmwi qo the rec^ meeting of 
the ViilpQia Beach Schod Board, 
ud nJhar rQ)(»t by the inenab«-- 
lUp ^alnntti. Mn. .tatei Ode, 
Ki^ hlb»i^UK»ayAv. Gilaert R. 
rriadnan laid Ifrs. Ann D. Wood 
n new menabos from Virginia 
B^di. 

Ifrs. Beyden and Mrs. IfiUegaas 
spake on va^ received a consensus 
on JMTtinei^ Virgmia edhication 
quei^iHa audi as teachers salar 



Blootf Needed 

VIRGINIA nO/UH - TlJe Red 
Cross BkwdmobOe wOl visit ttie 
Virginia Betd Fire Station be- 
tvraa ^ boura of noon and 6 
p.m. (» Friday, December 10. 

We aQ know full w^ how mai' 
tarial thii^ br^^it^ a life. Vt» 
gii^ of theae tilings ^unra in the 
eyM (rf both he who ^s and he 
«ho receives. 

TomoROw you can give the kind 
(tf gift that goes bc^»id tfie season 
of b(^ and carats. Beii^ a bkwd 
donor, you wffl begivii^ the won. 
daiMl gift el.J.ff15i 

"Mk tile ttaie froffi the JKisy. 
ftffi<ltad diQTs of Christmra to 
bii^tao the eyra ctf a diiU witir 
a reneiwd <iiance ^ good hedtii; 
trice tfM tin^ to aU ^-ocm in 
tile moten miracles d i^^tae. 

fbese gfU are possible ody if 
you giiw. Only with your Mp can 
^ American Red Crws Bloodmo- 
Ule mdce ttds a real Happy 
H^lalnuu and Healthy New Year 
l»rodiera. 



Np»FOLK - Joseph J. PouDies, 
meteorologist and local bosness- 
man, is also a xneaksex d the 
famed Naval, Air Reserve "Week- 
end Warriors" and spends one 
weeltend a month at the Naval Air 
Reserve Training Unit (NARTU) 
m Uie Naval Air Stati<m, Norolk, 
practidi^ his meteorol(^ special- 
ty f«r the Navy. 

With the expenditure of much 
effort and stud^, coupled with c«i- 
sifkrable time in the C-54 trans- 
port Chief Foulkes accumulated 
K!^^al hundred houn flight tone 
and is qualified to wear the Na- 
vy's coveted aircrewman wings. 



Joe seams quite pleoMd as he Is 
pr^ented tiie aircrew wings t^ 
Captain K. C. Mahi»r, NARTU's 
Air Wing Strff Commander. Since 
succes^Uy canpleting the diffi- 
cult Naval Air Rwerve Training 
SyllatKis and receivtag his aircrew 
wings Chid Fouttes will no Smger 
be *'just a ptss«^er." 

AD H^wato: will inrnediatdy 
recognize Joe 'as the 11 o'clock 
tekvision weatherman ba-e in Nor 
folk. 

Foulkes is presidMtt d l^lewater 
Brdterage, Inc., and resides k>- 
ca% at Akuiton Mve in Virginia 
Beach. 




FALL STUNS 




VIRGINIA BEAm — Ronaki J. 
Dugas of Nortol is recovwing 
tnm a fril vMA shinned and 
t«8ip(urarily pvaly^ him early 
^ weckk 

pugas is emphftd by the Dan- 
id Q»Mruction Co. which is baild- 
iog Biost of tiw mall-type shopping 
center in Pembrdce Square lap- 
ping Cent^. 

1%e in^ired ^unta* was taken 
to NoHolk General Hospital and 
couU move nothii^ but bis index 
filler itfter apparently bdng bad- 
ly sbinned when he fell from a 
steel beam he had c«i^t when 
a laddo' dqiped frcnn bowatii hhn. 
Hie faB was abotrt 13 feet onto 
the sandy floor. 



OBITUARIES 

MRS. ESTEIXE BATTEN has 

died in a nursing home atsr a 
dxHTt Qln^s. 1^ is wrvived t^ a 
daughter. Mrs. Ruth Oka of New 
York, and. a totitb^ and a sistn. 

MRS. DELCIA BIGGS KENHEDY. 

84. d 1944 Oceana Bhrd. has died 
in a h(»pital. She had Uved in 
tills area ft»- tf years. 

Surviving are tfiree sora, Louis 
K^edy of Mentime, Caltf., and 
Wimam Kamedy and Amett Keor 
mdy d Virginia Beach: a dau^- 
ter, l^fiss Martha C. Kauiedy of 
Virginia B«ich, a half iM-rther, 20 
gramlduldren, and 10 great-grand- 

chikhrai. 

» ♦ * 

JOHN W&UAM HINDS, 40. hus- 
band of Mrs. Lillian Thomp!»ii 
Hinds d 219 E. Ottawa Road, died 
last w^ while attoiding a Na- 
tional Guard meeting. He was a 
Marine Coips veteran and was 
employed by the National Guard 
as an administrative assistant. 

Besides his widow, he is survived 
by a daugMer, l/liss Donna &»' 
Hinds of Virginia Beach; two scois. 
WQliffln Hinds of Virginia Beach 
and Robert J. Himls of the army, 
and tiiree sista-s |Ad two brotiiers. 
♦ * .■ * 

MISS EVELYN COLLINS HILL, 

a resident of Sea Breeze Farm, 
iias died in a hi^ital. She was a 
member of a widdy-known Tide- 
water family and a fOTner leirier 
in women's and horticultural af- 
fairs. She witii l^r two la^ sisters 
organised the Prince Anne Gar- 
den Club in 1932. 

She was the last mwnber d her 
family but is survived by cousins. 



TREES FIRE 
HAZARD 

^ '% . » tiiere iirose sik^ a ditftar. 

""nSt let the clatter l&'CfirtS^ 
mas be that of firemen dashing 
around your honM trying to put 
Uie fire tiiat m^t have started 
from your Chiisbnas tre* 

"There is yet plaity d tkne to 
get a tree, so don't ru^ It." says 
Elgia L. Easte-, Assistant Agricul- 
tural Agent at Vir^nia Beach. 
Trees tiiat «e g(«ei too earty di^ 

out excessively l^ tiie ttoie tii^ 
are taken down, and thus, create 
a fire hazard. 

If yo« should happoi to purchi»e 
*a tree early, however, try to ob- 
tain wie that has been cut recoitfy. 
Saw off an inch to an men .ml a 
half of the base d the tree, if 
{wssfcle. and place tt in water for 
tiie holiday season. This will keep 
the tree fre^ longer. 

Try to keep ekotric tree li^ts 
from being in direct contact witii 
Uie foliage of the tree. Don't bum 
tiiem too Ipng at a dme. since 
these give di considerable heat. 

Evergreens used in wreaths or 
otiier Christmas decorations can 
be fireproofe^with a material 
made by muting one gallon of 
warm water. Mie cup of boric 
acid powder and (me and one half 
cups of borax. Dip tiie evergreens 
into tiie solution or spray until it 
is well covwed. 



»yW.|r 

the ditf'actir of ttie ^Mttatt 
Uvii^ room has cone ahnort ftA 
^de stace Ormtaotiw's <fa^. 

Hie averafB nm taat buOt fei 
tiie myted tmm May cohabit 

a f^Mly roan u the (^rta* ef 
ftfB% ^tiiffi^ — fw watehto^ 
tele^MoB to ddflg bonwwork. 

The living room, wHten a«-ved 
as a catdi-all during tiie '4te and 
'SOB, is once again betag r^erved 
for comi»ny. 

Pffi1ia{» ^ reastm biUnd tiw 
evohition is tiie trend again to 
cMter famlfy activW^ to tiie 
home, away frcm tiw ndse and 
esdtau^ fumes of tiie cars that 
have infri^d into once-|M-ivate 
areas. 

As a result, tiie lacfy d tiM 
house will be particularly ftissy 
about planning a new or remod- 
eled living room. She wOl wam 
to comkte' tiie llvta^ romtt of 
hw rleods Utax d et emii ni ng / 
wiu^ tile same friends will eiqiect 
In hers. 

The miouitt of ortertalnhig 
tiw family wUl (k> is tiie najcr 
determinant of tiie siK of the liv- 
ing room. To get tiie bert perapec-^ 
tive <m wh^ sk» youH oeii, 6nm 
pc^bte dim«»kns on p^ier, |e- 
cordfaig to your own scste, rad 
dcetdi yeur furmture within those 
dfanensions. * 

U tiie livk^ room is large, the 
funyture arrai^meirt rfiould be 
brokm into several groiq;^igs de* 
siped to facilitate ctmveraatkn 
aiHuig p^soos in those groupings, 
llie ide^ coaversatkmal groiqrii^ 
is relatively small, nd more tiian 
10 feet in disaneto'. 

Open-^iace areas, wherp code- 
tail party guests can stand to chat, 
can be^smaUor. about 6 feet in 
(Hamper. 

UhlesB yni plan to have large 
gatherings, tiiere is no need to 
have tlie ro(8n nHich^ wider than 
ji^^j^m^arsational grouping. A 
wldtili (tf 12 to 14 feet {Hrovides 
room for tiie grouping, while 2 
mcK-e feet supplies s^iace tw a tra^ 
fie path. 

Livn^ room whidows should d- 



teri Iha^m ^Mv Anrin Ae onM^ 
prefer^ «te a lawii or $mM$, 
kM^ am muttg few fawa §t 
otfiow tym of paaMfrtiy. Ttay 
Aouldbe pbJbed Vi tim a nuti- 
nwai anoewt of msi^A to ^ir 
the roQiL 

ta t^mkig bm^sn Krmi$t 
nnk, ittm the wlndQW ^pacl ttto 
gctiftait, 

Itaiv families iMut fir^teees ta 
tiie faoiMs tlMor bidkl. Ffav^acte, 
d comm, iakb ci^MerdUe viO 
lyace, Md frmittuv cataet be 
dfm to ttie iMaitii nhen a, fke te 
rMfing. 

Itot women prefe* to ha^ the 
finidace in tha tai% roooi, 
w^re soot and wood scri^ iff 




Mf 



Me M^ foamlBoMi be • 
dMd mi - ompiatci^ tm d 
tratte. Did vrift oot appMdato 
hM^ cUkkw nm^ teoi|^ 
tita be ^ taU^ buAM. «d 
Mm wiU mat bet fa^p pa.«es 

I ^ Jl li 1 4ii ■ it 



S IM iMutA a #1^ WW k< ttib 



mn nan, tiie entire room »* 
imtbumd wMi lliat in fflhfThe 
UHd plat •(• M L-shafillM0^ 
vtti the ^"'^ area in tfie i^rter 
rnimut. «■ ■ iltkkt alcsfe ex> 
UaXs^ off Ae wfia roan. 

fiiA^i bootaMH. ««»Won. 
and rtwBpbB^ equlpmlW P«»- 
vkfe ^A« aoirces of enj^mrt 
ter ^ TnoA ttd free floor sfaee. 






«L BEACH / ARAGONA . BAYSIOC 






! ?gimK#-?fS 



bi 188t Hw trMlb bi^ at Holt Straef carried 
iIm CM* of Hw ftMwty to Vk^NiM iMcti . '. . 

. . : then H. D. Oliver had been serving Tidewater 
23 years. 

The raflway to Vh^ginia Beadi was bi^ to take vaca- 
tioners back aid forth to the newly est^bUdied resort 
aiea. It (fid a bvdy bi^neai as fano^s e^abUshed 
vacation homes on ttie beadi. In tiwse da^ H. D. Oliver 
seve4 tiie comnwnity's vital needs by pravitKng digirified 
and'i^peGim funeral asd burial aervKes. 

jtaia Ifoach is known as ttie wood's largest 

"Tlwisands of vw^on eijoy tiie baches every 

yeaar. H. D. Oliver stBl serves tiie comn»«iity. witii a 
brand new bcane at Virgnia Beadi and a fine home in 
NoifoHi. An experienced ^tsM and a traditioo of fine ser^ 
vice asKo-e you of the finert csn. CaO on H. D. Oliver 
first 



^. — l^Ht — ^ — 

T^xbAkinii 
rMMtHrTh 




Harry D. and James B. Oliver 

' I I O H Hl iW Bftll fMHMA HACN ONft 



ttl-7IIS 



4n*i%H 



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1 



ies, average daily attoidanee. av- 
erage daily membership, mininnmi 
state expenditure per pupil, and 
state hands used for i»rivate 
sdwols. 





PktmtA after die ceub^ nmttig M tte hut^ut « Vtmam v^te.s 
(kn to rUM) Mia. Bar 9mn «». ^^iAmwi, «bi. lUlegass, 
LMNriw VMnw, Ml. Ma iCoehraii. and Mm. BeydM. 
Opiate by C aaiai i i ra ). 



^ SUITS BY: . 
Botany-Baker 

and Crickteef 

^SPORTCOATS BY: 
Botany and Mavest 

^SLACKS BY: 

Jefferson and Mafair 

^RAINWEAR BY: 
' London Fog- and 
Alligator 

^SPORTSHIRTS BY: 

Pendleton and 

Manhattan 

'The Most Complete Men's Clothiers In Virginia 
Beach" 

For Your Shopping Convenience ,. . . 

We are open Fridav Evening until 9 P.M. 

Mon. thru Saf. 'til 6 P.M. 

2100 Atlantic Ave. 
Phone 428-1051 



DRIVE OUT NOW & SAVE-3 DAYS ONLY 





NOAAONIYOOWN 

90 DAYS SAME AS CASH 

or 6 mo. at Low Rotot 
No Paymtnt for 4S Days 

WMi pi M c h a M ef 100.00 or mmt* 



Still ip doubt? Give a 
GIFT CERTIFICATE 
From Cherry Pmrson! 



U4.II.A. mm 

BEEF HALVm 




wis. 300 lbs. iv^ 

•lueT eirr 
BEiFORDOS 

69* 89* 




BONUS 

YOUR CHOKII 



Turkey 



or 

lory* Smefcetf 



Hani 

WITHWIiCHAyiOP300IJS.O»MO»E 



TOONNAN 

ACOOUNTOt 

FOR APV>0MTMINT. 



Wlli IN Mil 9f 



W4 






ALL PRICES INCLUDE 

Cuffing, Wrapping, Tender Aging, Freezing 

SMCr YOUl OWN M0 thm watch it wrighed, iut 

Imt aur linlnMil oenemwl. An diMw to 
war laUiloclien in 20 te 40 mimilia ■! NO AODI 
TIONALOOST. :^ 



PHONf 

497-2004 
397-2005 

4803 VIRCIMA BEACH BLVD. 

NEAR ARAGONA SHOPPING CftU 



AM TO 6 P M SUNDAY ;2 NOON TO 6 P M 



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p 



first (^ S. 4^^, «ta«te« 
Ann. <ir Nov. M ^ IWiani 6«Mral 
Hospittd. Mn. O^m fai te hMfmw 
Miss B8«r J«fftl, «H^ter iT Ifr. 
and M^. Hebcrt Cole JarvU •! 
mWk. Mr. OolliaM ii Hw km ^ 
the ^tt M^. a^ Mta. Otto C^^u 
ofHorfcOc- 



B0pc mwaee tiie biitt of tii*ir 
•ecMd eUM. tat^aoiiir. «Mu^ 
Lee, OB »«.» ^ t* ftl^ Hos- 
pital. Ikrs. Itopt to be fomer Miss 
Sadly Lee l^kk tavfater (rf Mn. 
Robert Lee KoA ^ ^ck^nd and 
the late llfr.KOch. Mr. B^ is the 
son of Mr. M ¥»• Arthur W. 
H^itf Norfolk. 



mmii wedey 




|Mh ^ Mp.tal MA, « pk 

b« m al Akn^rla Hm^. Mrs. 
^^ tm fomb Ita^ LMtoe 

to a ItKJier and oMek to Ae piiUc 
i^of4 d A^esm^ ipid to ■ ioa 
«flitiiidMa.MBC.Sta3ril 

• « • 

, Mr. ^ Mn. Saond tho^m 
VwdUe WBooBce fc'Wrtli tf a 
aoD. Pnl CtfrtngliBB. on Nov. U 
M ^nriWa Beacb General H«^ 
CaL Ifrs. VM^ to tiK fotpcE 
Marpr^,tei^, daughter of ibrt. 
1^ £. BB^er of VirglnUt B«idi 
•d ^ Iile Mr. Bariar. Mr. V^ 
ride to flit aen of Ifr. and Ifrt. 
Samuel Aradalead Vmable of Car 
tie Hayne. N.C. 



PERSONAL 

Mr and Ifti. OUkti D. 00b 
<l O a wji ai t Um eBjejM f<wri»- 
gtvlfl« vtoita from |fr. OoUar't 
teee te^tov f^am he tadit 
■eee la ly jeaii <t<lmi ^ B8#- 
^pk, N. Y., OhiiAM tf vetfoK« Mv 
rf IWaiiilfi^in. D. C. 



Ike 9mi. lUqand Bari^iiey ol 
Q0im ^^f lm iT^ djBsii mt Mre. 
BnWif art ^Mnfag * km ^s 
«tt UMr da^ler aad aoB^iBiw. 
Ifr. fid Mr*. IRotet ak># ^ 



WCACEA^hfTS 



VnriMK MfcMOH - Mr. and 
attmaiced tl» nnijiniiit at to 
to Iptom Itafrtd aelBdd 

!■■ Blander to alio the 



si^ 




CM4«Mi li |M^ a ft*' 
ghorr dflj^ •«».«»» Y«» 
stortad ywir hoBdoy pop- 
ping. » «Bi^ )roii ihouW dQ 
tosooik 

Local IMM tova a «i#a» 
variaty of outvlanding voIimn 
on hoii^ Mardwnts ho«» 
mod* avtry tthtt lo rtock ip 
ond to mfitVpnUi mmy i0 

..^Hiyilif RMrf. Mr 1^ 

do ywimM o fwor f^ ym 
do your fhopplng o« »o«n at 





on4 not won iMA 

wy km aiiMila. YouH 

IM to Mc to 

«nd to M M 

^_. i^am tor •voryona 

on ^w hoiidoy bt. 

If, torvtoma rMiQii, yon 
kovwityi^tolwaagpodiook 

it ivfKrt beat maicliaMs Nova 
to 09r, wa think youH p»o« 
ttyoado. Agoodplociato 
ba^ ii by rtodfng Iha odt 
In Hi» nawspapar. 



1^ a E. Tqm^i^ of IMk- 
hfxm drive haa rcfaimed to to 
tone «Nr vliM^ to Florida and 
^)ariBg d» ttoi^n^ hiAdii^ 
with to m^to. Mn. Haeofltoo 
Brown to C^^i^ilto. Mtorilani 
• • * 

J^ L. IVM^aad of Radford 
ton ha« ^cted to m^n- of the 
Ln^livood Oo$e$e b^ud d vtoitors. 
Hto di^^. Mary SesB. teadxa 



•Mr. Swffield to die lOB of Mra. 
%fy UmU P^ of .Ouniottea- 
fffle and IRVton ttosas ShettM 

Hie eoupli pUM to he muttod 
to the i^i^ M J^^a Beadi. 



MBit 

OHM 




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|*|Nm^WgN - Mr*. mUMB 

oiiriben ^ te LtaUMi M 
(Men ai>, a|»aBd to toae to 
{^ AkolaB to mmlbm m$ 
pflit far die h^y mceaarfiil 
(Mitaai Tea hrid toat VMtv 

J , ■■■ -_!,■ - ■-■■ -- I -■■- I -- - ... n - I ..-■■ 

Cavalier tC 



lir oH». and Mra. Ab^ Heboo 



mittweB, am School road, baa 
b^» sdected to be a Ml i»t)ct(^ 
N' toe East 1^ of Umslead Hidl, 
East CandlM Gdl^ Uurgert tm^ 

^m<x haU for frnhiiMtti iramai. 

• • • 

Mr«. H. E. Vick and dau^iter. 
Lynda, ol Maryland wieom wpesA 
Ifamk^vk^ Day with Ifr. Vkk 
who to a patiant to a hoopital near 
Ctolotteavflto. lliey ctfrled a. tor^ 
hey dtoner and mjayti a fMt biA 
tfaantful trj?, _ te avtog J^^ 
Beach aft 7 am uad r^nitog at 
6 p.in. 



Vlrpinla Btich ^M, Ihwi^y, Dec^i 



1965 



Tra4«itHaiiie 




And To Get Tht Mottftjr Your Money, 
Shop The Merchentt Who Advertise In The 

VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 




SoBf Hall 



9 



SHOPS FOR THE LADrEp AND TH8IH DApOHTEHS 

. CHRISTMAS SHOPPING 

For your conveniencf we 0'e open Monday 
"""^ thru Friday 'Hlp PM.We wiUclos4^at6 FM' 

Open Monday & Friday eviitipgs tU 9 p.m. 
3 1 33 Va. Beach Blvd. Va. Beach, Vli^a 



VOtOmU BEACH - Ito, GO- 

mcH-e URNTOok pve to r^Kxrt tm 
Ae meettog of lie VhrgWa Beach 
Council of Garden Cli^s at the No- 
vmfhet mating d die Cavalier 
Ganto Ckib hdd recently at the 
PnncMi AnM Country Clii>. 

By woiUi^ ti^tber, toe cUbs 
pton to have a crqie myrtle trail 
begtoning on either side of the 
"-^Eieral Ho^ital d Virginia Beach 
nd cmtinuli^ m First Cdmial 
^oad a nd L a Ato R aad. Monev wi- 
jontrilwted by twenty-ei^ mem- 
bers' to buy th© trees which ml) 
be planted abng the right of ways. 
'Ab prt^ram on {Surlstmas ar- 
rangements was ptweaied by Mrs. 
Kmoeto Trmsbav wt» dli^yed 
^ea aiie had made wHh ea^ana- 
ttoot rad toa^nctlsM oil bow each 
«tt conatruR^d. 

Un. 3. W. M«s|^ «« wd- 
oomed into the diub as a b«w 
^MBito. 

l^se receiving rfiibons for to- 
ti<Mltore were Mn. C. G. Bau#i- 
mutt blue; fnd Mrs. G.'A. Mc- 
Gofara, red. 

pUie rltens for arrangnngito 
vkfit to Mrs. Vernon J. HonayoAt. 
Mrs. R. H. %>Msard Jr., and Mn. 
Q. M. Vbtt^wrst; reds to Mrs. S. 
H: Brodceabrou^ wd I4»> Bn#< 
man; and yeOaws to Ifra. B. Webb 
Brtfim ud lira. Mc€Mre. 

"^ Decemto roeetmg Is to be 
a Ctarinaaas T^ to toe home of 
Mn. Wlflialn J. ^m^wb, RJd^ 
&iad. OB DacenriMT tt at S pjn. 



Ibe daora^ «Mi 4m«M «^ 

btrrlw. aMRMl ^ i«^ cedar 
u4 g e t m ttf tnkls^ tM nian 
mttmm. Qmtt mn pm^ by 
^ bostaas Un. ?mmm and 
to daagl^, Baib^ im, and 
Oa aodd «n«9^a af Ifaf. T. W. 
ttrnrd Jt., Un. Ifatoy % Fa- 
{^> and Mrs. W. P. 1^ 

StMsoial amn^^nMUsto defined 
1^ toe mannbfH^ of die dub dec- 
(vated toe tobies and da^ sand- 
wiches, fx^n $i]^ candy cairied 
out tbe decor and qiirit of abinid- 
Mice. iW'ing from the sQ^: im 
and coffee s^ at each md of 
the banquet t^ile wee Mrs. Join 
Bdl. Mrs. H. Thonas R«k, Mrs. 
William H. PhiUips and Mrs. R. K. 
M<Jloy. 




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Plantation fiC 

|.\f«}ffiAVEN ^ Mre. Matoohii 
Tbdd tupdkt ca "Cbriirtmas Deco-a* 
tion" at toe recent mee^g d die 
SMbwcf Flastotion Ganto C\d>. 
Mi« >■ P. Q^wm was dto bo^- 



is toe toticulture ctoss, Mrs; 
B. W. piott 4«e«ved a bhie rl»- 
bon. 

Ifn. Cdhoun. Mn. J. C. Pike, 
and Mpi. M. J. Schwartz won the 
nid awards for arfistic arrangr 

OMOtS. 



"Hie punch table featured a cloto 
edged wito Batt^urg lace hold- 
ing tlw sQv«' punch Sdwl flwK^ 
by frosted grap^, ivy and small 
rosettes of holly and cranberry 
and was ctesi^ied by Mrs. Tnoin 
as FoDary, 

from 1 46 S p.m., thoe attend 
^ observed with toterest toe 
jud^ d the di^lays si4xnitted 
by naeiiritos and placed m ea<^ 
ronn to the house. Mn. H. A. 
Hdt Jr. revived the coveted GoW 
.%fW»d fof bar sta^e candle ar- , 
rumt^ ill a^ drawtog room, 
f^^ toe fri-color award went to 
Mn. J. Jfunes Davto who desigiwd 
the (feomray. Bhie ntibom wte 
•warded to Mrs. Lauroice Cole, 
Mn. roBary. Mn. D. W. Gregory, 
Mn. E. A. Roffreetottf, Mrs. S^m 
Meredito, Mn. Molloy. Mn. Em- 
awoa Plank, Mn. Row, and Mrs. 
Ehno- Tarrall. Miss Mary Elmt- 
beto CklaI^> vnna a red rtofcm 
and a yaUow rftbon went to Ifrs. 
Rkbard W. Barnes. 

iibrs. Votoy wmounoid tto the 
0(A(kxHr Dtouratiwis ccuitest will 
be &Am^ by the Linkhom Park 
GInton Chib and that members 
iridili^ to enter may contact her 
at «aMHO. P(»ch lights ^mild 
be «i at S pjn. <m Decentoer 28. 
the day of the judging. 



IlMtes^ gieatog gne^ at toe Ourtotoutt Tea were Mn. P«xa- 
-'«« "«*», MN>biMi. pree^^kat; and Mrs. FaBory. 




FUNERAL 

mcmiL HUGO MlLUEi^. 79, of 

|VB (k^an Froitt has died m hto 
home. He was a World War I vet- 
aran, and the toisband of Un. 
Glacis Brocdu MUtor. 

Bttides his wkiow, he to aur 
vived by two sons, Vktor J<ton 
Miller of Virginia Bead) ttid Ha^ 
M £. Millar of Miami. 




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a tla0» eaadfe de<H»tited iHto 
OilisllBas greenery and goldea 
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guest was Rdbert ETbbs.^a Mart oT KOO Attonlic avaoue. vdl} be! 
Hlgi school gradu9t« and a pa^mis among the '^UtorCNbr Firatea." 
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tN M^ llwb^^ ConvMtn- 

IMlfliilR GterlesC^ Cointy Uie 
Soidlr li^Nre HuBkigiviiig. 

0^tMii4 im tamttv of » 
f ^it-mirti vxkr the leaderiilp 
fli John WWdW St B««ey Plan- 
ttMon OB Dtc«ib«r 4, 1619, the 
MMkn c«ni« Mi»i« and pnt 
ttMdks to God. under the tasbiic- 
aol», "We ^tiaiiie that Uw day 
«ir iWpa arrive ^ the place •»■ 
SfMd fv piaDtacoQ in the land d 
Vii^iia s*»all be yeariy and pa-- 
1^^ k^A^ holy as a day of 
l^agtvfaMt to Aknighty God. " 

1^. essence M. Brown, preal- 
JUpt'id ^ Vii^nia H^k^vii^ 
faillval. praAdad. Invocation By 
titt Rev. flwrnas A. Gamer, rec- 
tor, Wartov»- Epiac^ Church, 
taUKMhictioB of gueata, ttm ^ 
prcsKitatioQ of a ^acpie conniMm- 
cratfflg the site was given to the 
Virgil^ Tharic^ving Ftartival, 
Inc. by Mrs. Marion Auitta Cnaaa. 
State l>recident of die Vfa-ginia So- 
ciety a Qdooia! Damea. ITtt Cm- 
tary. Midcdna JandeBon. diredor 
of tiM FeAlval. acxepted die 

, me of 
, Fliit Official llwila^ving 
to-Amarka 
Deeonbcr 4. 1619 

fetffday Piutatte in Vfarghiia 

ptanad by Virginia Socie^ 

Ookaial DtSM XVn Century 



biea^ of the food by the Rev. 
HiottM G. Gamer, the many 
AMrta atroiled up the Mil to tlw 
Umn where a (ttnner of authenUc 
Vir^nia diihes was served. Red 
vestad waiten In Cokmial CMttone 
nrvni food w^ iiKhKled roast- 
ed plantation turkey, Virginia 
Smltl^ld Hhn, and B»i}amin 
Harrison's favorite (BA-fig pud- 
dii^ {ffld hard sauce. 

Four mmboi of the ^iffolk 
Oiapler, the ^rginia Society Co- 
kmial DamM XVII Cratury attend- 
ed. Mrs. Marion Austin Crow, 
state president, Mrs. D. V. Mal- 
bon, 2nd Vlce4»reaident, Mrs. Eth- 
el Butl^ Saundara,"^ State tVeaa- 
uw. Mrs. Bernard F. \Wute, Pi^- 




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V.B. Bar Elects 1966 Officers 



VIRGINU BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia Brach Bar Association elect- 
«1 mxt vear's officers at its reg- 
ular monthly meeting at tlw Blaclc 
Ai^us last we^. 
aanley A. PhiHif», assistant City 

„^., .„. Attorney, said Henry L. Lamb was 

1d«!t of the Suflan Chapter, IrliT. T3Rntfi3iwtdent,Ai»tin^^wei» 



Raymond G Youi^, Vice-Presid«Jt 
of the Suffolk Chapter- Mrs. Wil- 
tiam P. Parrasiore, StA% Tnaa- 
urer. now a resktoot of Vir^nia 
Bwdi, but a menbo- of Ha Gov. 
Frands Wyatt Chapter, Arlington, 
^rginia, acconH»nied the &itfoft 
Ou^ members to the oalatva- 
tioe. -^ ' .■' 



Seadh^ of tliaflb^ving acrip- 
IM by ibe Rev. Itonas G. Q«r- 
m im fallowed by* ihdrt im- 
prcaaNc talk: "Hie Fieit lluMs- 
^rli^ io America," by Gofvetnr- 
Acl of Virgiaia. Hon. W3k E. 
OMviii.Jr. 

Aftir tba Govaraiff'a t^ m to- 
tentie r«4fi«etaMnt of ifae I^kI- 
lag and MurdE^^viiig'of ttie main- 
b«i ff ite BeiMiy flnMl 000- 
pmr m DeetttHr iiMf. p6r- 
tn^ by pemmA oPtfae U. S. 
OHM (^ani, oMer the, dtavctka 
<jf ^ WGoi ttd iie TMiiithiin 
IMMi perpoTftieB. tbe ouraiar 

WtbetM tl mti i gv t ^t p-ayer ad 



was ^BCted vieepreskknt, J. 
Frank Gallagher was el«;ted sec- 
r^ary and Tliomas C. Broyles w^s 
elected treasurer. 



Phillif^ said the purpose of the 
Virginia Beach 1^ Association Is 
to keep a M^ standard of et>iics 
in the law profession. 

He saU the menaberdiip has if - 
cr^oed conskieri^ly since last 
year at this time. Phffllps said tbe 
n)jf)Q<;»(ay<i^ now has faetw^o 80 
and % active members, 

•nje new offkws will <rffkrfaUy 
\tkt thdr olSkes Jan. 5, the aext 
r^iular monthly meetii^. 



BA^IDE - Tlw Ba^^ie Lhtti 
ai^Nuiee ttat toirtkus to the 
B^Me ^ VmA aM ^onMng m. 

As of this wriU^ the omtrttm- 
tort are: 

Siore Drive Itm IIS.M 

Mrs. Edith M. HInes IQ.OO 

msM Anne Parks lO.W 

Ocean Park Woman's dtd> 10.00 
Wothei of OU Donation 

Ouarch IS.OO 

Mn. Diane T, Paries 10.00 

Sayside Uons Chib 109.00 

Bayside HutrmMy 10.00 

Jimmy's Tkuco SOO 

$&S S410 c«)t store 5.00 

Bayside Qpwl 10.00 

Baysidte TelevisiM S.OO 
St. Margarets GulM of Old 

Donaticm Church 40.00 
OU Donatkm Epiacqpal 

Oairdi 40.00 

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their delations to Post Office Box 
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VHQBAA la^ACg-Hie »erlf ft 
laryeftt' reaort '|!Hf'< coiAiBQS to 
kid ft four state nea io buUdiai 
HiM. By the end of Novennter 
te^dtaig p«»tti'teaed were val- 
ued at $BI.« niUon. 

Raeocdi Aqv Vbai bwfaMifti 
tt^tpMnmUsk liaffiag Hm rap- 

a^—ttiM'" Bgee. 

Twt^ te end of HMeMber, 
the city hM Inued M« h^lttng 
im»iU vtSua tf |SMR.«I. (3ty 
qtfoilli eip0^ di reoord vafeie 
fli HaillMM to y «ad|y brokn 
iflwt DecflM^r^ tet^ are adM 

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Boudng. des^ idad[^ off 
MMnewlMt, eoottnies to lead aa 

I the pace4^t«- hi Beach coostruc- 
tloii. 

^ j&waUng tt di>wn, the ctty haa 
toanad ijm booatog pamdta vd- 
iMI 41 104 mfflioB. 91 ca^KBef 
eW {wntfs viAiftd It |l apObi^ 

' allMii fftd oliNr ptfib %A|tagi 
iMl i IfJ ttOkxi. 
f t^ y«ftr ttnwgb Mveraber the 
^ ted liMied 3,177 iMKudi^ per- 
ndta vOied at $40J millkm. 86 
eotatoerdal penrits vahied at |i.4 
adUoi), and 96 peraotts foe (Wch- 
of^tfaoob Mtd ether pdbUc buBd* 
lags valosd at HJ myUoo. 



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bUmilWSr - Disabled Am<~ 
kmi v«^ane dieter I«). » «rii 
Md a j^a^hetti «naer at S^tl 
Ifeiboriid Methodist Cfaur^ oa 
Mih^, Decend:)er 10 at 7 pja. 
^ni ladtoa of Cbudte Bahaeo 
Olda and tii»r teUliea wOl Hao 

WSBBSR* 

iCoa^ n0y Joofta hai beoB 
disMh for tfaaeacci^e bo^rd hi p 
ifEKiOt eledytai <tf oSi/xn for ttit 
ilodiet Mjwtiiai^ t (rf the real- 
dHe tail itt ttie UmveaKy of 
tt^CantflBa. 

iMr. and Mr^ C,& .?9i«e «f OH 
mO rMNB^^nMB - nap ■ as. , nor . 
rtuofeaghdnggueaU, ?thdr dai^ 
ler cad aap4i>4Mv, Mr. and W%. 
Htfti Htmam of Mutiiwvile. Ifr. 
leMman waa reoenlly iStaiimtA 
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RJCHfOM) — ' Ihe C(»iimissiffli 
of Qmm and Inhuid flaheria re- 
eentfy added 2 new flkna to its 
liabflg of over 70 tlUes availaUe 
Mr group ahofwfaig dmmghout tl^ 
Mate. ac<»}RU]^ to Educaticm Di- 
vWin Chi^ J. F. Mdnteer, Jr. 
't^Mftag— A K^ to Coisarva- 
ttoD" is a a mfaaite sound-color 
pnidiKtkR) Uhtt^athig how ej^e-' 
ritfces in tl» otUcbors Uce cunp- 
big ^1 devekp an appreciation 
arid genuine concern for mu-'out- 
i^ reaoircM. Ihe 0hn's point is 
tfalt If more of our citiaens, both 
fUMtm and adoUs. couM ei^ 
oMixr eaqwriences wtth depth, 
our problems oi litterii^ and (Aher 
deftwrafl ew <tf ^ out^kxM* land- 
iMj^ iraidd be kamid. 

"Umk ol (kmr tea u%i 
ttUaiAe |8«iratktkn hi soandcand 
eider wWeh ^e^ eat imt main- 
^H^HjIt aane of ^flv MVferQunsrt 
hi y» iMhmd ittfa iit essential 
ts mt weB befaif . Th<B Km covers 
Ae pnaanMen nd wlae itte of 
ttatural areii rug^ fron our 
kxft MMaaA FwtA tarads down 
to ftmdl '"^fflds oL^ffem" in and 
aeu' OU' metn^I^ areas. 

Owie Cmrnds^n fflms are 
avaUaUe free fm* showing to any 
tfr^Mlsed groiq) in the state. Ti- 
tles imilude natairal history sub- 
jeete, wilcQtfe nuoa^moit, hunt- 
hig and fishhig technk]iMS and 
fa^Uig and hfotiag sskiy. These 
fihiB are a ipxid means ol Uven- 
fa^1 19 ^itanen's dub meetings 
cltfti^ dnmj winto* months. 

ftsTofWDSs are oi^ated to pay 
eidy return Alffb^ and hmraIu^e 
^n^es. F&Bt AmM be raerved 
at iMst i weda hi advance to 
taaiae a food adectkn. A cmn- 
^Me MiBOg of available titles may 
be otodaed from the Film U- 
\ff$ty. BGx,l«tt. Richmond, Vir- 
fhda XBU. 

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CMMfbif ftroiAl to glee mi^ come liMut kf cNAfMl 
at ftifto he <fem hai to bs dope, but how yta ife tt cti 




, and AopfM^ . . . tanr to get A a3 dene! 
; ao ^ aside mt mheh day ac^l do noMag 



^>ecial to Ah^ your kitohm 'a 

IT ma^lie «raa aom^ o. the nei^^ior 



Ant die 

Ami deMililMa 
iprbmlBflr * 
hmd diOdr^. 

Maiar uMig {iridlBlN*i«- Item &^ fmiUei ard ai« facing tinfr 
em CtntMMMas te^%dy <tf the houae.' 1%b cm be nrther fr^t»> 
^l>acba|^ jmi^fanNMber ynv atnig^ wMi a a a u duil^ e cn^iteat t d 
b#ia)r i«#ea; nw you can get te the Idtdwi mi w^ haHly a^r 
tfM^lt at ifr ton eat delidous dowi^ Si9wii« bar the <Mle^ 
Cwe» liMp and atb- and fold ml^t seem Uke a Mnor tMng. but new 
wives need the gpldii^ hands of older houMwhrra. Your ejaertewa 
flbpg irtth yoiB- trieodi^ and beSfful hoap^^ are tfie kind of gft 
oBiy you CM give. _ ' < ' 

' Ffl^^ Aire ia «i olter Wfoam atm h yo» w^MMsriiood. She 
bae probtfhy foi^otten more thin you wtt evir know about coeUiiR, 
but it may hi^ been yeara ^Ke ihe ka had M)y reid rHMo to oMk 
nm9 AaD a mtm portion of aoytMi^ TUak hem Ae night enjof 
bHngisg aome ol her faind rec^, meaauri^ oiA ii^wdients, beii:g 
where ^^ and aweet odns fil the house, md ^int« wSii you the 
dd^ of havii^ te pies md cakes lined up wi tte ridfboard. To hw' 
you wouid be givii^ the gift of being useful aad i^j^jrwHated. 

Um about tt» diiWr«i? Iftny motJwa we too busy tead aavom 
m be bothered withl^ing the childreD Men up ttie kitchen. But chO- 
<fr«» do kwe to make things. Mpecla!ly candy, and espwl/aDy at ChriA- 
mat. If y«i pi^iere yoirself wHh an exb>« tattm^oi pirti&nce, tNa 
couW be the most tm cooking setnon y«i wtt have. To them you 
would be givmg the gift d attention. 

Moot of tbMe tt^ will be fmmd wnappedl vp In pretty paf&r wx 
can they be pwtiiaaed from a ^re. 

Art you ean glue Qmn may time, any i^ce md to ai^nooe. 

yibm you ^w of jmirses, you receive the Mesjdngs ot a joyous 
8|iM that belong in your heme all during tiiis apecial holkt^ season. 

-^ :__ , . ' J 




mmm mmM us. 

MMED IN MEETMfi 



VlEOINiA BBACH - K^mi 
IVgb Schocd and Cw Ifigb 
School ««t named to mem- 
bUtfi^ ia tlie Soutbmi Assodli' 
tito fd CfiUfipr Blip ^ecwidary 
' .at Uie Aawdation's tfMMl 



to JMfefin} 
Kelaiii M^ aambersbip ki 
the offuliitiGn yuto tf^ two 
scbooli on an fdagatjanal kvti 
wtlh tM bast B^xjob to the South. 
^ "ff%'n proud to be a member 
«f the iouthen A«)ciittioa. We 
lUve be«i w«tk)g to achieve 

la Ma erga^tation 
KelUm opeoe^ itsjtoan fpvit 
y«ar»a0B. iMm ouFMudoto «rter 
I ooSige or look for a Job. ft will be 
,to ^idr advantage that tey frad- 
vUM tm ita accredited h^ 
schod." comme nte d Davis. 

ICailiai tt^ a campus styk ed- 
•ucatfonai fadlit^, was qp»ed in 
tm/lMam mst Prlncas Anne 
' Ooort Bouaa. ti» school jerv» 
Mir msibaims frpm Plaza. 
ama, Uck Biqr. Csuitheuai 
Blackwirta*. Pimgo, Sanc&rid^k 
utd KempsviOe. Kdani aeeom- 
modatei 0i!^tes 8 ^rough 12 vtth 
a 1^1^ of nearly in persona. 

tax High Scbod, on Great Neck 
Road serves a large part of S» 
heav% populated area of Igtm- 
ha^ ftaroii^ between Virginia 
B^dirBlvd. iod Uie Shore Driva. 

Virgtoia BeadlS-now has four 
sdioob IM «• aecreditad by tiae 



Southern Assodatkn: Prinoen 
imm Virgfada Be«^. Ooi. nd 
Kellmi. 

1^ gate tnmhvMp m die Sou- 
thern Aaddlfien, af^Beatt adtools 
B)^ meat eortata standards of 
H^mf fbaie of &e 
il {mgran k «xamlaed and 
evduiOed fti Itfit 4t the [^todHat 
s^ forth by the SeOttem Asaoda- 
tkvk 

School adnunistnrtiiw iffMts, 
pnMfMskMial profideiKy of school 
poiXMUiel, academic achiewanort 
oi studfsts. availability of lnod«*a 
t^Bchi^ de^^cae, utiUsatkm <tf 
coManmity raaouraes. and adequa- 
cy of the sdbod bttUdiig sre in- 
cluded in tl» eriy^ oamlnaticm 
of ^ adiool. 

,Tbe sdHMl library nmist cMitain 
a mii&num of five usaide aixi ac- 
cq)tabte vokfflies pa- student 

UnandaOy the member school 
must proviit |S,KO fac the first 
1000 stuiknts, ani $1.00 per piqiil 
n^ be pa-ovidri for ennrilees 
above that moiriia-: 

A denied annual refXHt must 
be wlmutted to the Sou^era Asao- 
ciaUon eadi year. Schoids can be 
dn^pped fitan membar^p if tii^ 
do n^ continue to meet &» stand- 
ards of a<kicational excaU«>ce. 

The Sdotlwm Assodatim of Sec- 
oodbury Seho^ waa oneMed to 1912 
to brii^ about im ; y 6v e i B e n t of ed» 
ticirtkxial ataaduds in the SouUi. 



Postal Retiree 




Vmoinia BeaCh 

VH^INIA BEACH, VIRGfNiA, THURSDAY, DKEMBig ^, 1965 

SKTKMI 




ttUIMdUlps.NlB 
I street miitUk^ 



St. €Sait CMa Is a aew ik)$ a^wmt/ei by Ham i 
leeaM •■ the ei^aer if Atlaatle avaaac ^Md 
«a Hsitai n«el. (piMtt ^Cassandra) ' 

GIFT SHOIl* tS FAMILY AFFAIR 



m..h.mmOa»h 

flnaMir«?Mn«f 
tf0altBeaEhayrteni.«a 
as af l^ciaba- » aa 
ytait la tte 
tolba 
an 

iMa^ 




•f ^hi0sla WmA, -aM i*> 
wM tte V. (B. paatalaervlEe to «e irir. 
31. A* Ba^ fllBnaas baa lelliedi 
af ioafc. He aernd MM 
asM M giaw tnai'S 
IM lOBtti iri^A mea urn bcia| 

latte niiliy al tThftoia 
). 



/ 



By DOUGLAS ABNMJ) jB^RNES 

Wm IQtohto'a tltchen on 26th 
l^raat «ad Atlai^ Avfwie moved 
ad^Miant to its old kxatico into 
mi»«i^acious quarters of the mw 
Sa^ulwk Metd. Um genial crowds 
jwera ^ae , . . ttM (dace was dark. 

Not sa ai^ moia— ftf Mr. and 
Mrs. Wiffiam FUB^ have opened 
f wen-cocked ^ shop caUed St 
Ckifa- cm. Hk name is a family 
one of Jean's. Aid poiooltying' 
fan* good t^e andas'tiaUc teniper- 
mmit as fKA as sapckws busi- 
nesa acumen, ttie unique sh<H> jw- 
trays tiie dfann ol dw «itire tea- 
fly. 

Aaaiatod fa^ tha^ three dfi^- 
ters, Vfema Maries Jean, and 
Billye (and helped sA teies by a 
cousto, Miss Viii^iia C^) the 
IHiill^is have dtoir sfaop ready ^^ 
(3uiiim«i. Tba doorway is a large 
white |>aekage ttod to freen iHiidh 
opeaa ixAa a shc|> Mtui^ a 
variety of gfis at rfiasnnablf 
pricoi. 

F«rtur«l ar^ distinctive CbriM- 
Qtts caa&s, vasM, ash trays, 
t^^atitei, wwrin^ add j^^rMh- 
tog mi itimmea and kdcknacki. 

BIB I%%a. a^M is dw d^xity 
eofiifflinkxiH' «f Re«i^ of Sk- 
gbrta BaafA as 'wtH ii the dfrector 
of the Rttcu^ S(piad oki tm (ha 
State Qofth) of the OaBes&£odcl& 
il aoMmef mf^ iirto hai|itag 
^ II ^C. % 

Ifrft Mtt^^ia a hfism presi- 
tet of ilM &uiyi rf (Ms Oubs 
of Vli^fola Bi^ aad preaettiy 



a rcprpsHitative to the Garden 
CnUlidl from the Jinkbom P«k 
Oardea Gvt, net varied expo- 
rioiCMiand fairest al6ng these 
lines have coBtrlwtod greatly 'to 
the (Sstinctive decor and moUf of 
St. Clair Gifts. 

B^amart we particulariy wd- 
comed at ». dsir's and will en- 
joy hoqpitali^ Ivithout hi^ jx^es- 
s(a% saiesmaMhlp. 



MAILMEN 
ELECTED 

VIBGINIA MMM - AS>in,R. 
M^ulh^, director ct the Vii^inia 
Beach Chandya' ^ Comnerce. has 
be« dected peeiidntt of the Ttat- 
vd I^onaatioA ^odi^ui of 1^- 
&n Vlnjlnia, ^ 

•Idihes sucoaeds Wtttani T. 
Moreoe Jr. of Tlntiifc. 

Ha was da|M «1 Aq 
tioa'i annual mUK^ if it 
(tf Cttractort. 

fteaa j^iii lih lite ai^aniza- 
tiat am fwnaili iraaala tra^ 
uid tfie toisiM liiisb^ b>S7w^ 
watn*. ^" 

M tm me^ng. 
fiMtaiue its 

at Jf<ia Hiwliponh Bay B^a- 
"Rinnd. W ' 

4 raport to| tl^board revlsaled 
aa increaae to affa^iafwi tourism 
and to ioqid^M Mtoii^ araa. 




m Credit Policy Conferenes 



mcmnom) — More than 2S0 
baidte^ fitrni ttiroi^hout Virginia 
attended tbe almid Credit PoUcy 
QxaianBe^ of tlK Vir^a Bank- 
en Anodation in Ridunond 
Dec. t 

Seven ecmiontii^ and bank otti- 
cera U^U^itod the day^too^ e^t 
w^ikh was t»sBd on the tf^me. 
"Credit PoUcias in a Ra|wBy 
Chan^ EkKMuimy." 

Dr. Ttfl H. Maddra, dkector 
of tlw Economic Res^rch Dvftai- 
mdx of die U. S. diamber of 
Oonvnerce. laundied the 9:30 am. 
jatsfram at the John Marshal Ho- 
td with a speedi on "The Eco- 
nomic OuHddk.'' 

tbe con^reace, ^xnsored by die 
Conanitt^ on Credit Poli^ of the 
Vta^^aia Badrars Assodatkm. also 
featured Hit. Robert P. Black, vice 
{Mwldrat of tha Federd Reserve 
Bank of RidnMHid, who discussed 
the "Qiffi^g Catc^\^\aa of Vir- 
ginia's Economy' and Mmris A. 
Sduqrfro. diairman of a Ifew 



LYNNELL BASS IN 
NBC NEWS LETTER 

(Ed. Note -> 11^ news Idter 
waa midtod out by NBC last week.) 

N^ YORK Crrv - Lynndl 
Ra|re Bass, l^-yeffl><»ki mnnm- d 
the "i&s Ameriom Teen-Ager" 
oooteiA for 19flS at Palisades 
Amusement Pailc, N. J., will fly 
to CaWomia as part of her price, 
mi ipill have a cameo role in a 
'Vt. Klldare" episode to be fibned 
at tiie Metro<]kddwyn-Ma]Kr tde- 
VBkm dudks. to Culver Oty. . 

Ulas .Bias, <rf Virginia JEMach, 
Va., to a flvefo^five U^-^ed 
Isbode. who won out over 49 find- 
isto dMSen fhaH dae 200,000 ^Is 
«bo e^red die onte^ diis jtu. 
The wuaiers are dwsai to party 
dr^aes aaA ive selected m the 
bads of beaity, pdse, p«wnjaIUy, 
good graomfa^, sdidaitic achieve- 
ment »id oommiadty sorice. 

tlie 't)r. B3Utfe" efrisode m 
widdi dm win tmu-. wiU de- 
pted <m fihnh^ sdwUles when 
Ae ttTives in Bd^ywood (hn^ 
the (birinsas w^dC vacaticMi fxvcq 
adied. Wm^m » a Uj^ lebod 
sdtder to Vb^m^ BeuJi. 



Yor* bade s^nvity brdw firm, 
who qpt&e on "Capital Adecpiacy." 

Area viewpoids (m "Sugg^ted 
haasi Pdicies" were discussed by 
Paul 0. Ifirachbid. soitor vice 
{N^sMent of Seaboard Citizois Na- 
trand Bank to Ndfolk; Lewis W. 
Harrison, vice i»«sk]ait d the 
Nattoqd Bank and 'Trust Co., 
C^arkritesville, ThcHnaa E. Se- 
lH«n ni, president of the first and 
Citizens Natbnd Bank to Alexan- 
dria, aid Edward H. Quid. {a%d- 
dent d the First Nattond Ex- 
diange Bade of Vir^nia, Roanoke. 

Hovey S. Dabney, {»'»kient d 
Nattood Bank anA Truat to Char- 
kttesvllle. and chairman d the 
V8A Credit Policy Ccatference, 
[nodded over the meettog. 



Ciblcs MaiM 
To Treasitrers 

NdtFOLK - L. L. Bey, Jr., 
Nwfolc D^rtet Muia^ d the 
Virginia El^^k: and Power Cwn- 
pany, has presented checks to city 
and cointy treasurers in Vq)co'b 
Norfolk District to jmyment d real 
estate and pemoa^ pcvpetiy taxes 
aggr^tlttg |2,0l4.il2S. 

The liM-gi^ check d $4M.S34 
wdtt to lin^olk City Treawrer, 
Alex H. Bell, being the find in- 
dittneiit of the 196S tax d 96S,44e 
payaMe to ttie City. 

Other cities receivtag checks 
induded: Chesapeaki, |4«,724, be- 
ii^ dW'find Indalbnnt d the 
IMS tax d 1817,430: Vb^a 
Beach, $3^7,tl3: PortanouUi. $49,- 
438 \Mka% the fhd installment d 
the 1966 tax d $85,301 and Suffolk. 
$12^. 

The largest county chf»:k d |79,- 
741 weiA to NansaiKml County. 
Otl^ counties recdving checks 
included: Isle d Wi^t, Itt.OTD, 
and Southampton, |2S.tt8. 

Vepco's real estate and perstMial 
pr^>a^ tax bill fd* all dtKs aid 
coudi^ to Virginia to «Mch the 
coinpany opo'at^ tdals ova* |i,- 
800,100 fM- Idffi as c<»fipared to 
|BJM0,06e to 1964. 

In ad(btk», Vepco alao paid state 
taxes d 97.061.106 earlier to the 
yeu*. Vepco is the state's largot 
corp«-ate ta]q;>ay«-. The totd fed- 
eral, stite md bed taxes payable 
\fy Vepco In nes wiU amouM to 
ovor 146.110,000, (HT neu4y 21 coits 
d eveiy dsttar of leveiaie tM 

▼CpWr W»r l(Ilirt*t UUI zIlK w^ xSr 




Aten Tboroughgood Heoe to Baydde wfl be wfrn te tte pdlAc m Dec^il^ H. tl. tt, ff, tt. 
Weddii^ haws are frem i to S pja. aad iaadayi from bom to 8 p.ni. ^ibalistoa to fOe hr aii 
iSe fwr 4M*«B. Ilmroiighgaod Hooae has been decorated for the ChrM|iitaaaiMi by (he asembm al 
TbaraaglgMd Gardea Ctab to the mttner d the seveoteaath ccMaiy. ^ini|ilil^ the Madr^ Mi^ 
ers fron Cox H^ wlU stog at ^^pjn. Mrs. D. S. 9iUp, cbakniaii. «|i M^M. f*. MeAfcc^ c*<habf 
huui, are to charge d deeonrtinaa and UTaBg«m«rts. Tharoo^hgaai 0aalMf||^*0 h aa taaa th^ eveai 
(Bolce phatolL \ .^ , . ' -^ 

Yule Log To Be Lighlitf frUa; 



Ana Dpenliig 
nmned In '66 



"^^m BBAOI - the City 
pl^fi^t^l CoiQidaaiai aakt tod 
Mta^, that tbe. M4 ^aore-tmd^ o^^ 
land purcbaaed by tiie dty for 
reavdta kre« south d SoHi- 
Jtarj^ 11^ be <4>en 1^ next toim- 



F. Maaon Gamage, plwtotog 
conomisafaai director, sdd private 
devd(4>era wlQ bring a road, whidi 
tii^ are bdkUqg now, to withto 
400 fed d the. area, and the dty 
will buiU the red. 

Gamaga saki fosM toitid devd- 
opment d the paric, su<^ u tarn- 
^Twf piuidi^ md pkato areas 
im)bd)fy will be rea^ by then. 
Gam^ alao sdd die city mi^t 
we the abandoned Little Idmd 
C^wat Ctoard Stotton for tdlat fa- 



dlities. Cod esttotiates fdr the tern- •breaktag tato the club and the 



p(»-ary faciliti^ were belAireffl 
|S,000 and 18,000. 

Rkbard Webbm. the cUya Wfsb- 
fa^ton liaison loc aeciuii^ fecterd 
grada saki diere is a pouibi^ 
d gettii^ mi addemhnn grant 
whkA would provuie m«i^ for 
the park's devetopmoit &ich 
grants are availd}le to cities undm- 
the conanunity facilities [nx^nn. 

The ctty has alao applied for 
federd funds to cover half of the 
land's 1822,000 cost 



23 New Pbjeeti Completed 



RICHM(M> - 9^jecto costtog 
|487ioo have been cotiq^ted or 
audMHized since a sbortra^ im- 
provement int^am to dhntoate 
hazards on older roads and ibvds 
was laundied last year, the State 
ffi^iway Dqiartment saki today. 

Tlie w^, bdng conduded to 
cooperatkm with the le(terd Bu- 
reau d Pd>lic Roads, is part d 
a n^onal pragram called fnr l^ 
^Presided Johnstm m Mardi, 1964. 

Vurginia hi^iway spdMOiwn said 
tod^ diat 23 projects c(»ting $163,- 
00l{ have alre»ly been c^mi^eted. 
witii Ae work having occult to 
eadi of the State's dght h^^ay 
districts. 

Elevai tumii^ lanes have been 
consbiK^, five totersectkms have 
been reconstructed, ^r brMges 
have b^n wid»«d or jMraigdi- 
died, motoriste' sl^ (tttoK« has 
been improved at om ffifk and 
two pavement v^dedng projecU 
tdabng msxa than four mites have 
been conyldo!. 

In adf^km, work autiudzed-^ 
toit not yd completed-wiQ pt«- 
vute an addltfand 20 turdng Isnes, 
recMtttructkm d five mate inter 
sectkins, knprovements on two 
biidga and nnore than sevei mfles 
d iMmamrt widentog koA d^ 
diatfiica woric 



Theae wthoHzed 
cod some I274J00. 



{HDjeds will 



The Bureau d Pd^ Roads re- 
ported to I^emlier that, aki^eth- 
er, 4S|f projects to 42 states and 
d^ Dtdrid d Cdun^ia had been 
progranuned or con^deted dnce 
the new sdety effort began. 

En^diaakmg the urgency d the 

efiwt, tlw Bureau to Sq^tember 
called up(Mi each state to conduct 
an toventory d hazardous loca- 
tkna di all federd-aid roads, and 
to s^echile needed improvemen(s 
di a hi^ priority basis by 1968. 

llris added new fanportanoe to 
audi tovoitories con(hicted by die 
^^i^linia Deparin^d for a number 
d years, and the apolKameii said 
todj^ that addittond projecto will 
be mithorized during tin 19864? 
fiacd yeu*. 



PARENTS TO MEET 

V^JDHA BBACB - ^^open 
Board MeHttog wiU be hdd by toe 
Vlrgtada Beach Hi^ Schod Par- 
eits' League on Tuesday, Decon- 
ber I4i^ 8 pm. i 

K^ftitm are taivlte^ to at- 
tend. 



BA'l^IBS — One d the grand 
tsai^ons d 'Rd^ivata^ — the U^- 
ingdf die Yute Log in Admn Thor- 
ou^^)od House — will be renewed 
Friday, Decendier 10 at 10:30 to 
the mratiing. 

The ritud is re-enacted m Uw 
Seventeenth C^dury form to 
wfaidi die buiUer d this, tiie old- 
est brkk home to America, orig- 
inally conducted it to 1636. 

The classic Ittle house, nestltog 
on tiie banks d/ the Lyndiaven 
Rivo*. will be garlanded with tra- 
ditk»d decorations d Baihre 
greena,|of the cfe e mony , made Ify 




Juveniles Ard 
ed 1 




^WdlNtA BEACH - Two juvi- 
niles Who ran away from home 
twtoa have bea dio^ with two 
breaii;-lna at die Pef^nnint Beatsti 
CSub, a lH«di-to at the &irf Rkiar 
Restwnnt, and dMopUfting from 
die We^m Auto SUxe, acdirdlng 
to police. % 

Hie ¥im you^, ag^ 13 and 15. 
were pMced up last wade by Pa- 
trdman Jdm M. ^eadmaai. nHio 
apt^ed diem ta-eddng totd a fto- 
baU machine at the 17ft/Stred 
Laundry, policet saM. /^ 

Pdka add the youthk fird r«i 
away mi the wedcend (^ Nov. 2S, 



redaumt. The |1S5 nett«l to the 
two break-ins was used to pur- 
cbaae bus ttdeets tor BdttoM»«, 
p|tee saki. Ilie two youths were 
^Asd up by Noddk police bdca'e 
thjl coidd leave the area, police 
saU. The seomd In-eak-to at the 
Peppotidnt Beach Club ndted 
dxut 8100. 

Aooordtog to police, the yc^^ 
were cdivkted lad nxmtfi for bur» 
giarizing a Princess Anne Plaz% 
dore. No dispodtbn d dieir casra 
had beei m^ pendtog Uie out- 
come d a probation repmt. 

The U-yrar-oU was on prdiatkm 
for an arson conviction earlier this 
year and the iSTCar-old lus a po- 
Uce record to N(»foD(, police sakL 

The youdis will be s^ven a imr 
ii^ Dec. 1« to Juvenile Cwirt. 



Gardai Cld>. 

llie cdorful ritod d tbe ^ule 
L(^ is faititfully followed at itun*- 
ou^good H(m%, with the tog being 
li^^ this jwar by "Admi llior- 
ou^ood" to the persdi d C(xn- 
mand«- Norrie Martto (Boyd Na- 
vy, rdired). Cdnmandn* Martto 
has played the role on many oc- 
caak^, iM:ludii^ the recxd dedi- 
catkn d Ftorfo&'s new City Kdl. 
He also narratei the nwvie, "The 
NorfoHc: Tour," regarded national- 
ly as one of the best d the curred 
travd fihm. 

" The or^tos d Aa Yuto Lc^ wa 
tod to the dtoa b^^^nfi d Ea^ 
m fdktore. But. wNn the fird 
WM ^BMNra taced the wiUs 
d die New \l^ld ahne to the 
e«rty j^va, ^jaarenaoBy assaaiBd 
ikw pwmilng and in^xxlanca^ la 

^Bidiid.ufe, ;- 

-lAi' Via was bauutloiui atd 
(ffied wflb fiafi'H^ and toai^lfaied. 
And the YnjMtm warded of! die 
evOa wUdi nMsH beid a house- 
hdd, If te A^#id before <au-ist- 
nnaa day, fo f^Mtd apind tius, 
a maidier d tiw fas^ tendsd 
the 1^1^ throu^ the d^. 

Hw ceremony b^btt with ika 
ytaa^ed dilU ^ ^ housdiold 
poiuii^ wtoe on dbe tog; a prayer 
is dfo-ed, the hg )j^^Aei, die 
Yule U^ toaded in wioe 1^ the 
hottsdiddffs. 

Then a tapo* ia Ut, fi^nn whkh 
a& otiier canctes to the* home are 
li^ri^. .Cvidles are placed in the 
windows' to ^uide Christ to die 
docHT 1^ invMe htod to ei^r. 

Oec(aatk»s were matte d qie- 
dal gre«iery. Mistletoe, a pagan 
ayrdbcA d futility, was lua^ un> 
der die "kiadng bdl," whidi was 
suapoided from ^ ceilmg and 
codaiiMd images d the Hdy 
family. Ibis is tbe ori^ of tl^ 
modem dviitmaa tree mnament. 
Ilie duibtmas toee itaell was 




Ixo^^ to Amarica from 
aad gataed popultfity to the 
c^toy. 

Other shrdis |hcluded hdly 
hry, bdh s^red. They w«e 
died reverently, and tihe Yde 
itself was toudied ddy by 
hands. 

In the niSroi^good 
"Adan Ibarou^^iod" wiB 
Oia Yria toast. Neifiik 
man Sam BaifieM wlD 
ptay^. ytn. Uatibi 
diredca- d Hwra^igMd 
and h«^ staM, aO to 
the pertod, w31 




The traifitlMal ^^ 
grefiwy wiU be au^ 
mmters oftborou^ffd 6i 






_il|redd^t 
M^ As. VL 4 
UtoB aod lfri.%. E. eddaly a# 
vice pr^cteMs; Mrs. L. h 
asu Mrs H. 8. answ^ -we i 
tari«; and Mre. T. W. Gray 
tremor. 

Hit fo^ liaortl^ 
to attand. BapHs 
80 cante for ad^ IS 
G^dNa, vtt ba diwged. .y 

Out-of-town vMors dedrkig § 
atteni may ftad Tbnw|^poo| 
Houae hg m^sgMWtf^^ 
MM'and^^dd t^anft Tew d|^ 
ead fixxn Norfo& on littte C^a# 
Road; 1^ i^ck^ kr Htm/Oam 
smrice dations ^^[riiqrtag tfia : 
folk Tour bifomiatiaQ a^. 
inquiring d ai^ Peefka 
Stiu« to Tkiewat^; or by 
die Norfolk Chandler of 
mmx, 280 Boush ISred, tdiplMi 
MA i^l2. 

Also at Thorou^ood Bouse oi 
'December 12 aad 19 irt 7 pja^ th| 
Madrigd Si^nrs d Oa. 
Schod WiU atag tm 
Chrtoiaa Car^b. 





Nov. Increase 
Annoujiced 

GAPE CSIARUES — The CSiesa- 
pedre Bay Bri^e and "numd IMs- 
trid has rqwrted a Novendier 
Ira^K incTNue d 3,262 veiudea 
over Novembo- 1961 

OSfidals aakl the percoitege in- 
creew kr November, b*adi^rallly 
a dow mmth for travd, was 4.4% 
for frdfk: and 3.5% for tdl tew- 
nue. Gidis for the previous f<wr 
nndlis ranged condderalily la^ 
er, avora^ 10.3% for tnaffic and 
8% for revenue. 

Tol reoe^ lad montb amount- 
ed to $507,985. In November :Ue4, 
7(,2<7 vdtkAei paid |«0,29S to 
fola. 

J. C^ Monis, Sxecutl^ m- 
rector, aak^ the 2,000,OOQtfa vdnde 
is ea^eded to oosa the ftUgB- 
Tunnd,aftiout Deconber U d»b« 
fte lat^ty's istti montii d oii^a^ 
tkail^ add no ipadal Obaatvttea 
d (be event to fSasaad. 




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Vmon^U BC^AQH -' Scotefa 
Pme (Suisbdas trees wffi go on 
sate undar the ^Knsorsbip d the 
Benevolent and Prdedive Ords d 
Elks, ^i^ria t^$A Lodge No. 
2288 (fairing 6a d^ys|sud ni^ 
between Deceniier 10 to 24. at 19(h 
stred «id P«3f to avenue, ^ 
acro«i ft«n the CSvic Cas^m. 

The «di of ttte Ouistai^ treea 
vrall be f<M- die headit d tiie needy. 
ffiid for tbe dilktei's CteiHroai 
l«r<^ at vldeii Sto ^ ffl p ^ 
presda, and for the ^vtegol 



tcf the di^Nn and UaS^ i 
riee* 

ne Lo^e gre^ afl p M^ddi 
die ai^pdt ^ven Iqr tti^'pa^il^ 
of Vlijgtoia Baadi to ibe 
haU ccmcert d Pdfaer 
Wo^ Tsata Qidr« aMdt 
die fBBori. hnfriW^ <# Vlrflto*^ 
Boeh aod dtol^ia* dnritiM. 

And It is hoped (bat nnore wd 
port wil be gtvan by punlMdiS 
IM d (hi moot iiiHaiwiillm M 
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■EECH GftOYE 
METIK}D1ST CHUKH 

PrincdM Anna 
Raf R. Jaslnea, PaMor 
10:00 •.ra.—Cbureh Sclwol 
11:15 a.ni, — Morai^ W<m^ 



FRANCIS ASBURY 
MEYHODIST CHURCN 

Great Hack Road 
baR^ Oavi*. MiiOrtMr 

9:46a.ni. — Chnreh School 
11 :00 a.a^— Moran^ Woplii^ 

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sccrrt NttimuL 
MimioiMT OHiiicii 

#9 Fhst Ci^onW K>ad 
Rav: N. Wai* Cawy, PaMsa 

• :45a.nL->CkaniJi ScktMl 
11 :00 &A.— Montis Vonkip 

7 :3d p.Biy^YoiMb WtBrntk^ 



HAYGOOD MJUKMIIAL 

wmmomMi cmiRCM 

4718 Haygootf Road 
Rabwrt F. M^aa. PaMer 

9 :4& a.r4. — Church School 
11 :00 » m. — ^^Moming WonAip 



HAYGOOO METHODISY 
CHURCH 

8149 B^sJKtre Bead 
8:30a.n^ 9:4Ja.in. and 11:00 

a.m. — Worship Services 
9:A6am.— -Gfiarch School loi 
iOl aga groups 
11:00 a Ai. — Second sesMon ol 
Church School for chUdren 
up through 7th grade aiiu 
adulu. 

7 :ao p.m. — Mathodist Youth 
Fellowship l.or young peopit: 
7th, »tl» and ifth grades in 
Junior High Group and lOth 
grade up lor Senior Group. 
Fnends welcomed. 



KNOTTS ISLAND 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Ksotla laiand, N.G. 
RdbMTt C. Blacii, Miantar 

10:wUa.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — W orsAip Service 



RAYLAKE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at Treasure Islanc 

Drive in Bayside 
Raymead £. Mwfsa r, Miabtai 
8:d0 & 11:00 a.m. — Wortlui 
Service 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday/ School 



CHARITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Leslie £. Urace, minuter 
10.-00 a.m.-^Church School 
11 .•00 a.m.^ — Morning \NorMt 




n. AlOAirS 

AL CHIffU:H 

iafcii^ Drive 

^« 84(M78fl » 

k. ^ taylar, Jr., Viear 
m. — Bmr C«canafiM> 




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ST. NICHOLAS 
CATHpLIC CHURCH 

•44 fttle Neck Rd. 

Ph»ne 840-7281 

Rev. rhoBiaa M. S^l— ta 

Sunday Masses — g:lt«'9:80, 
l#iH. tad 12 Noon in the 
(Aiu^; 11:00 tn Princess 
Theatre, 3177 Vlrginiik Beach 
Qlvd. 

Cosf enrioiuk>-Saturday 4*6 p.m. 
and 7-8 p.oi. 

MINT OLIVE 
rs-peiMjR^i 

L. ^arrea Chaaa, l^«e» 

9:89 a.ai. — Chureh Sdwrt' 
Ll:«a aJK.— Morning womhip 
7:30 pjB.^— livening Wonhip 



IAIIIDP4 CmjUd CO^ he. 

PraiiVl . Effleieirt PMeavlpliM Smr^m 

PbaMS40411t I^ Va. Rwdi Hvi 

FJKEM DILIVnY 



CARROWJ. 
BAPTIST CHUM^H 
Hav. Garjr B. TliMnyeatt 

9:4oa.m. — Monday bchACtl 
i :0U a.m. — W orship Service 
I c :4o -m. — Vesper bervke 
d:dOp.m. — Tmibmg Union 
/udO |>ja. — ttvaiigeliaUc 
Mnrioe 



It saomd yesterdsy snd when it stopped. I vrslked skM« lhe«ndt is a woldsf 
tn^ ■nhmlor The woods were hushed in nwjestie stiUness, sad I tried softly. A 
jay seneebsd everiiesd, snd bending trees shivered steslUyiy, with sqiMeUBn iee- 
^^ laanAcs. llie USk at the curve of the crMk stood immoiriUsedwMthBsrfnrt 
■ad iddes, but beaiUag aser I imr^teH ud lusitr the mnmur of Mie Qoviaf 
cTidt bowstii ti« Jeebouirf surftafc. ' , \_^ ^ ^^ ^ 

It esme to me, l»w like that creek, my futh tes beta. At tten ids IsUh lis 
ben oovered by riiMS of douM uid self iahneM. Oftoi ft hss ben aedUttMadhy s^uiiA 
Itfttltfuli But shn^s undnr thst glsd^ «rterior tiiere oouned s stnna of eon- ' 
* ifyJirT^dttt knew ao taring f nm Ood-aad tiie things I hsd bees tiafbt pan 

ehOdheod. ,^ 

How ^hid I sm my penets todt me to «tonh snd brought dw vp wtth laAt 
sortkwndsdieof dod'ltevs«Bfts^i«fasdBieev»i*iBltriei'^* ■' 



THK- CHURCH ROW AUli. 

Atj. worn rhm church 

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OOANA CUM MAMIT 

VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEAfU 

'lAimtry c\«4 B««on. Baas A SboaM«v> 

Israeli Froi^ Vefetable» 

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SALEM MITHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princeaa Anne, Virginia 
Emory S. Blnora, himiater 

10:oOa.Bi. — Morning Worsfai). 

1 1 :00 a.m.^ — Church School 
7:aOp.ni. — Youth Fellowship 

COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Acredale — Kempsville 
Rav. Jaha L. KiUer, Jr. 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worsfc^p 
7:30p.m. — Youth FeUowsUip 

LYNNHAVEN METHODIST 
CHURCH 

little Neck Road 
Rav. Osear V. Rodrkfaea 

10:00 n.m. — Church School 
ll:00'a..m — Morning Worshii 



LaKIES METHODIST 
CHURCH 

6560 Yiifinia- Beach Blvd. 
R«T. C. KatoB Gray 

8:80 ».m. — Early Worship 

Service 

9:45 i^m. — CSinrch School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Li^ Worship 

Service 
6:00 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 

BETHEL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princeu Anne 
Bay R. JacksoBr Paster 

10:(Ma.m. — Morning Worship 
11:00 ajn. — Church School 



PLAZA METHODIST 
CHURCH 

208 Plaza Trail 
Herbert G. Hobbf, Paster 

9:^a.m. — Church School 
14:00 a.m. — Worahip Service 
7:00 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 

ARAGONA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Now Meeting In Louito' 
Ikl^ford Elementary School 

N. C. CUftoB, Pastor 
9 :45 a.m.r-Sunday Scliool 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Training Union 
itW pm.— Evening Worship 
f^O p.m. — Wed. Prayer 
■eating 




KALA CmaCH OF CHRISl 

Creeds, Virginia Beach, Va. 
■ W. T. Wea»er» Miaistar 

iO :00 a.m. — Bible School 
i 1 :00 a.m.^ — Moving Worsliip 
6 :4& p.i^'— Yonth l^gratt 
7:80pm — Evening Worship 

CHURCH OF CHRUt 

1460 Va. Beach Btvd. OcMwr 
, Roy N. WiUea, MiaistMr 

'iO:OUa.m.— Bibie Study 
i 1 :0U a.m.— Morning VVorsli^ 
7 HHi pjn. — Evening W.cgsMip 

t'IRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SC1EWTMT 

aoe - 20th S^mt^ZZ^ 
9:30 a.in.— Sunday Sdtool 

a :uu am/^-9<Jhux6h H^jn^m-^m-^ 
8 :00 p.m. — Wednesday "^ 
Ser^ 



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- ii'ut.l OU and Eeroeen* 
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11:00 a.m.— Hoty C(»nniunM>n 

$titmoa (First Itoday) 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayw 

SeitnoQ (&d. ^. and ^ 

days) 

9:45 ajn.-Church School (Sep- 
enaber-Juoe) (Niffso; throogb 

Adidti) 
10:00 a.m.-Week Day-Hdy C«n- 

nuinlon 
10:35 a.m.— Tfou^ys-Laying od' 

ofHaodt 



OLD iONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Dnck Road, Bayiide 
8 :00 a.m.- -Holy Communion 
(Except during rector's va- 
cation) 

10:00 am. — Morning Pn^rer 
and Sermon (Holy Com- 
munion on first Sunday of 
each month.) 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

35th St. at Holly Rd. 
M. Wadell Water*, Paator 
9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m.- -Morning Worship 
64l4>w*:r-Training Union 
t :WpJai*-Evening Service 
Evena^ Prices 30 min. later 
Hi^ 16 -Sept. 15. 

nmm mithodist 

CHURCH 

Prine«Ni Anne', Virfpnia 
Earary S. Ellaiora, Miaislar 
10 rl 5 a.m. — Chareh School 
ll:l6a.m,-- -Morning Worship 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH ^ 

233 Bowman Road 
Rev. Leraard R. Graves, Jr. 

8 :00 a.m. — Holy Communion 
10 :00 a.m. — Holy Communion 

(Ist A 3rd Sunday) 
10:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer 

(2nd & 4th Sunday) 
Church School follows ' the 

10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service is available. 

EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Epucopal) 
B. Sidaey Saadei% Racier 

8 ;00 a.m. — Holy Communion 
9 :00 a.nv. — ^Family Service 
and Morning Prayer *" ' 
(3rd Sonday Holy Com- 
munion) 
1 1 :O0 a.m. — Morning Prayer, 
sermon (tst Sunday Holy 
Comoiunlon) 



faui K. Aiilnch, i*astor 
9 :46 a.m.— Sunday School 
1 :46 a.in.— M oming W orsUp 



tEMPLE EMANUEI. 

2Sth and Baltic, Va. Beach 
Philip Piacus, Rabbi 

7:30 a.m. — Services Mon.-Fri. 
8:15 p.m. — ^Friday-Sabbatli 

Services 
10:00 am. — Saturday Sabbaith 

Service 
8:00a.Bi. — Services Sunday 



emanual lutheran 
Church 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Bch. 
Kaaaatk A.. Price, Pastor 
9:10 a.ra. — Sunday Chnrcfa 
School 
10:30 a.m. — Worship Service 

(nursery provided) 
6:30 p.m. — Luther League 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH OF THE 
GOO& SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Road 
Rav. DiebsoD W. Taylor 

8 :30 a.m. — Worship 
9^:30 a.m.-^hurch. School 
11 :00 a.m — Worship* 

(Nursery provided) 
6 :30 pbi.-^Luther League 



OUR SAVIOUR'S 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Baylake Pines,! Bayidde 
Keaaetb R, Carbaugh, Pastor 

8: IS a.m.— Worship Service ^ ^ 
9:45 a.m.-ChuFch Sdtool 
11:00 a^m.— Wor^ip Service 
"(Nursiery provided) 



galu.ee episcopal 

CHURCH 

Ifce mm B i Mi ii l BwMey. 
tte Rev wa'**' *• 'faltoi. 



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STAR OF THE SEA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. & Arctic Circle 
Rev. Fraaeia V. Bambrtck 

MASSES 
Winter— 8:00, 9:30, 11:00, 

12:15 
Summer — (June 1-Labor Day) 

7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 

11:00, 12:00, 
Holy Days— 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 

and 6:30 p.m. 
Weekday, winter— 6 :30, 8:45 

Swnmer, 8:45 ai.m. only 
Confessions— 4 :00' to 5 :00 and 

7:00 t9 8:00 p.m. Saturday 



PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(MiHOuri synod) 

424 Kinip Grant Road 

Rev. J. Eliaar Ma^y. Pastor 

8 :00 a.m.— Divine Worship 
9:15 a.m. — Sunday School 
and Bible Class. 
-10:30 a.m.— Divine Worship 
Holy Communion — 1st Mid 3rd 
Sunday. 



ST. MATTHEWS 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

1010 Sandra Lane, Yn. Btfneh 
Father* OHara, Father Fiadlay 

Summer Masses— 7:30, 9:OlO, 

10:30 and 12:00 
Confession each, Satarday 4 

t».5:00 aad^^7:00 to S:00 



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OCEANA CHURCH 

OF THE NAZARENE 

S. Qowtt Boom 9d., Ik^oa 



KINGS GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now meeftihg in the King's 

Gmnt Elementary School) 

RMHtaeadt C flUtoa* Pa^or 

9m0 a.m.-^u|iday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Maiming Worahip 



BAYSIDE PRESVrrERIAN 
CHURCH 

Near Robbins Comer 
Rev. J. E. Jehnaoa, Paat^ 
&:46a.m, — Sunday School 
11:00 am — Morning WonAi^ 



I'KESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

g:30ann. — Church School 
Rosemont Road A Plua Trai' 
Weals J. MMi^, Mtabtav 

9:46a.a.— Sfiada> «olkeol 
11:00 a.m. — Church Sen^e 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rav. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Wordhip 
6:30 p.m. — Youth fyllowsl^p 
6 :30 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
7 :S0 p.m. — Evening Worship 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Antfona Boulevard 
M. BUaci DtuBay, Miaiatoir 

8 :30 a.iii.-^Wor8Up A Church 
School' 
9:30 a.m. — Worship A Church 
Scheol 
11:00 a.m.— Worship A Chnrd) 
. School 



FIRST PRESBYTERUN 
CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th Si. 
J(^n S. LyIas, Paster 
Mir. WiUam D. Roaell 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m.— Morning^ Worship 
Nursery Service,(ProWded 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First St., Q^nrock, Norfolk 
E. Clowell Cootay* Paster 

9 :45 a.m.— -Church School 
ll:00a^m. — Morning Woni4p 
6:30p.m.<^What-N#ta 

Fellowship 

6:30^.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
6 :S0 p.iB .^ — Young Baopltf a 

Fellowship 



CHURCH OF GOD 

620 14tb Street 
Bobby H. Suns, Pastar 

9:46 a.m.-^unday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.ml-7-Evening Worship 

ASSEIIBLY OF GOD 

Virginia Beach Bodevard 

East Lane — C^eanft 
Rev. S««aet D. Bailer, Jr, 

9 : 45 a.m.— Church School 
ll:00a.ra.-^Morning WonWp 
7:36 p.m. — ^Evange&tie 
IServiee . 



THALIA TRIWLTY 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

120 ^aOa Bk^kx 
aU^ D. Caa^^ MMl^ 
9 :SOa,ra.— Morning ^rsUp 
10:45 a.m. — Church School 



RENTECOSTAL 

CHURCH CN^ CHRIST 

16th St. iMid' Baltic Ave. 

Bwaad Kera^ Pouter 




PRINCESS ANNE FRERtVIU. 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 Oceana Blvd.' 
H i^e piMb 0<»ana Ajr Stit, 
on i^t 
, T. J. Ti^i^ ^ator 
9 :4o 8.m.-^unda;i^ Scbool 
Il:#a.m«-»-Wo(tti»p ServiM 
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OCEAN PARK 
COMMUNITY CHURCH 

DnPont Circle, Bayside. Va. 
isal E. IfoCalftagh. ThM.^ 
9:45 a.m. — Bible School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Family Night 
Service ' .) 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
COlilllfllTY CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd., Linkhom Bay 
<«v. Richard Waodwar^ Faster 

9<:45 a.m.->r^unday Itkthool 
l1 :00 «.m. — Morning Womhip 
il :30 a.m.— Children's Chnrclk 

8:00 p.m. — Evening Service 



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SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN 
CHURCH 

111 LoboMtli Af*, 

Bellamy MMmr 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Rev. J. Fre4eiieii ParilM^ 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning WoMUp 
11:30 a.m.— CUUbeeii Gfenn^ 

7 :30 p.m. — Evening Swn^e* 



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LYNNHAVEN COLOflY 
UNITED CHUROI 
(Coiutragatlaaal CbrisliMO 
Great N^k Rd. near Shon 0% 
Tbo Rav. Tbo. a Britle» 
9 :45 a.m.— Chureh Schoid 
11 :00 a-m. — Morning" Wozaldp 
7 :30 p.m.--Pilgitaii 
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U?||1ED OIUKCH of CURSn 
(Coagragatiaaal Cbrlstfaa) 

Meetings in Pembroke Manor 
( Elementary School 
Rev. Oari T. Opin 

9:30 a.m.— Chitted ^fea«l 
1 :30 a.m. — Wonl^ 

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^AUm DN^T WITH Ln«lW 

OUE BAISS AKE THE UnVm BBCA13E: 

1. We Ind Mr Mm mmh^. 4. Na 

1 kMiMtb 



Church Ustings Cont'd 



Virgmla Beadi SUN, Thun^y, DtctmNr 9, 196S 



OMMttMWIl BArrist 






T :I0 1^.111.— W«4Mt^ 
KvafaK 



ST. nUNCM* 
SP0COPAL COAia 

iO0 ItoMaarat tmi 

lit icf . a»Mi s. 



mjvm 
aitmcH 



OAK M»VC «AmST 

UA imr, Vinrini* 
JUMl St, Oair^ PmIot 

• :4|l»jn.-*€b«eh School 



MAmam. AnmtmYn and bbokbs WBDommHO usi 



OMERON-BROWN CO. 



tmwnaHommm boulbvasd, NORiCiJE 

W JOINT omCBi WRB ow usDranuL 

(v^-#gA-0Mwr,) AND cwpmiiCTn imn 



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et us put your hMting syst«rn 
'irough its paces and make sure 
r's ready for winter. Call . . . 
soon. 

NCW AND REPAIR WORK 

MNCESS ANNE fLUmilie 
B.ECTRICAL SUPPLIERS. Inc. 

431 VA. BEACH BLVD.^28-1660 or 428-1661 

C' PRINCESS ANNE STATION - 4264216 

. RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS 



8:06 AJM. — * BU|r 

•:« All. — CbeiA 

U:« AJL-'^Wof^ (Ut 

My ComnadOD k ScnnfiB, ^ 
ofter Sundaji meratag Pra|«r 

I:« P.M. - Ym0k Fdewih^ 
Murwry piwiM hm and ll:M 

BAYSIDB BAPTIST 
1480 PlMii«rt Bwm B4. 

JkMM V. pdP««. PmIm> 

S:2a«J».— Wmn^ S«nrtc« 
11 :0(» a.ii|. — Wor^p S«?ie« 
9:20 A 10:10 «.». SoMlay 
Sel»>ol „ _. 

8:U0p.m. — ^Bveninf S«rvie« 

PBIIICS9S Mmj^nwi 
BArrisT awR0i 

t4ft BoMnent Boad 
B*«. iW»to H«tli«^P»*tor 

IIHM * t:8© p.111.— WonMp 
StrvieM « . . 

9.80«.m.— San<ta3r Sckooi 
• :lip^.-~Tr»iidaf Utdott 

BEACHLAWN BAPTIST 
CNtJBCH 

Wk « Mti. At*. ^ ^^ 
A eooptntiiic &iMMra B*plst 

I CIiiinIi 
GMrt«* WoM*. Jr.. Mlaktor 
PhoB* 428-2004 
9:4B«.m>— Smdw 8c|ool 
llKK>a.n.— Moraine S«-ne« 
8:S0p.lB.'— Trtiiiiiiff JOniwi 
7:80|>.S.-4B^tof SfTvfc* 
7:80p.iii.— WM. Pwywp 
StrvlM 



B1M4 MU>TIST CHURCH 

Gr«dl«^ M. A Lakeview Dr. 

Bimido. Va. 

B«T. INnil 8loai ' « i Pastor 

9:48a.ai. — Sunday School 
ll:0O«.M.>-MMiiinff WorAlp 
I'MpM^ — Eveninr Wor^p 

IT. JOHirS BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

PriiuM* Annt Coqrt Room 
Bov. Broa a B. P*ri4p*i PmIm 
10:00|UH. — tkuiday Bchool 
1 1 :M lUau—MMraiac Worridp 
e:00p.Bi.— B.T.U. 
/ 7:00 p.ai. — Evcnlntr WoraWp 
I^emGH BRIDGE 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
- 4^^B BH^, Virgiiii* 
CU Bwward Hvclwa. Paator 
8 :8# a.ai.^ — Homing Wonhip 
9:48ft.iH.-«Bundiy School 
1 1 :0# m.m. — llofiiing Worship 
8:Sdp.B.>«Tmlninff Union 
tJSpAi^-£veninff Worship 



9:48 a.ni. — Svnd^ Seho^ 
10:00 a.m. — Momifcg Worshii 
4:80 p.M.^ — Tryalns Union 
7:80p,iii; — filing Worshir 
7:80p.m.^Mld-Week wrTlce 
Wednasday' 

ST. GBBGOrV THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 Virginia Boach Blvd. 

9*w. P1»Tia» Y«liaho, O.S.B 

iUv. Pasclial Kaalp O.S.B. 

Maaaen 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 

11:00 and 12:.'(0 
Gonfonions ar« on SaloHhi 

7:80-8:30 



BLACKWATER BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
R«T. Ralph L. Hem 

1 :00 a.wr— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m — Morning Wo«hi| 
"Serving "Sod ,and the Com 
munity of BlAckwater Sine- 
1784" 



TABERNACLE METHODISt 
CHURCH 

PrincoM Anne, Virginia 
R^art H. Garaar, Mlniatar 

9 :48 a.m. — Church School 
ll:00a.m — Morning Wonhip 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURClt 

6818 Va. Baaeh Blvd^ NoifoUr 
FrU M. FarlM, Pastor 
9:48a.in. — Sttutey School 

ll:00«.».«*Mtondiif Wonhip 
8:80p.B.i-~9^Uowddp Hour 
7:30 pja.— EhrenioB Sarviets 



GRACB brethben 

CHiniOM 

Graat Naek at Hilltop x 
A. Hardd Arrtaglan. PaatW 

10:00 a.nu — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.— WonWp Sarvica 
7:80 p.m. — ^Eranteg Serviet 



• PBEEWILL BAPTIST 
CHURCH , 

bi PrincMa. VinHnist B^ach 

r41S OCEANA BOULEVARD 

Air IKi^on on right 

T. J. Tlatfla, Pa«tor 

9:4SajB. — Sviriay School 

11 :48 lun.— WonUp Servica , 

7:S0 9.p>— EvMiinsr SpnHc*. 

dUmVIULB BAPTIST 

CHUBOI 

TniMMtM AnwRd. 

ClHrtw B. Joaea, Paator 

9:39 am-Sunday Sdbool 

11 ."00 km— Morning Worship 

' 7:8I pAt— EvenlDg Wor^ 

THALIA LYNN 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va. Baaeh Blvd. adjololng 

Princaaa Anna High School 

Bar. RoUh N. Wallac* 
8 :80 a.m. — ^Homing Worhhip 
9:S0a.m.^ — Sand*y School 
1 1 :00 «.»— Mornii^; Wonhir 

FELLOWSHIP BAPTISt 
CHUBCH ' 

, 419 CHanroek Road, Norfolk 
^ mm, ^arlaa T. HaadHcka 

9:46 a.m.— Charch Sc1k>o1 
11:00 a.m. — Maming WorsWp 
7:S0pjn. — ^Tening Worship 

FlftST COLONIAL 
BAPTIST CHUiCIf 

T. StalUagat Paator 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
METHODIST CHURCH 

207 • 18th Straat 
Rav. Bararly Falty 

8 :30 a.m. — Wor^p Sarrica 
Summer Months 
9:45i^m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m,— Worship Servlco 




THALIA METHODIST 

CHURCH 

Pine Ava. A Va. Bch. BWd 

WiHiam L. Ashar, Paator 

9 :4S a.m. — Sunday School 
10:46 a.m.— Worship 



FOUNDRY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Va Bch. Blvd., Lynnhatren 
William H. AcMta. Mialstar 
8:4{a.ih. and 11 a.m. — 
services 

9:45 a.m.-— Church School 
6:80 p.m. — YouUi Fellowsfedr 



VIRGINIAN (wtaner hi te Battauii4« heme ecoamnlcs competitlM. Mto IteA Am Mv«r af tk0m 
Beadi, ta eoogratulaled by ll<4>ert E. Bro<Aer, Mt, presMent fot Mm^wMry Ward, Md Nomm C| 
Mndnun, ri^t. director pi the Nirffoeal 4-H Srrvtee Committee. The occaidm was a reeej^oa aai M4 
aer givea by MmitgonM^ry Ward, sponsor of tlie home jecooomlcs pn^rwa. an Suday, Naventtar l|| 
hi the Mld-/Unerica Clab overiookta^^^ago's slqrUiie. The eveot bmared »ja»amtt ami xMie ahiwrj 
la the program who were attendhig the Muid 4-H CiMgreM Jn Chicago m fMrtaaf W«tb, fo# 41 
a m^nal spiHisin- ol 4-H acUvtttea. M^ than a mUUon fotare homemaken CMiipeted hi ttM 
home economics program. 



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KEMPSVILLE 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

I 620 Kempsville Rd. 
J. L. Coppoch, Patter 

9:40-,^^*^ — Sunday School 
1 UWf A.M.— Mftmin? Worshir 
fl :(HV P M — (Second Sunday) 

929 First Colonial Road 



KING'S GRANT 
BAPnST'CHAPEt 

Hating heir——*-: 
IQngstoo £3ero«itary Sc}mo1 
W. Giom TaBaal, Paator 
9:45 a.m.-Sunday Sd»d 
11:00 ajn.-4l«tilng Wonl^ 
S:4^ pjiL— Evenii^ Worthy 



-^ 



Oroif Urges 
Payment 

VIRGINIA HEAOH - The Citi- 
sens Council for B-Hter Govemn^it 
in Virginia Beach is distriNittaig 
bam&ills urging Beach residents 
to pay their poll taxes tor state 
and local elections early next y^o* 
b^(H« the Dec. 14 d^idUne. 

JoM{di Russo, pr^doit <^ die 
newly formed political groiq>, said 
his (NTganizatian began passii^ out 
15,000 handbills last Thursdaj^^ 

The groi^ also contacted pe<^e 
by telephfHie, urging th»n to |>ay 
poll taxes for which Uiey were 
billed by the City Revenue C<Hn- 
mission. 



AimUAL MEETING ATST.FRARaS 




LYfWHAVEN - St. Francis' 
Episcopal QmnM hdd its %iHm- 
tnd Od ^regationsl meeting &m- 
day at 11:30 A.M., after The Order 
tor Daily Morning Prayer. 

An araunl report hem ttie Vicar, 
Hw Hev. Clayton E. Crigger. and 
leaders d various orgffiii3»tt(HiB 
were prated. Ihe Coi^re^tton 
gave tt» Vestry itsvvote ci c<mfl- 
dence {(H- tte 1966 Bu(^et, wMch 
was turned in to ^ Department 
of HisfionB cl &» Dtocm at 
Soudieni Vii^nia lart we^. St. 
Fnuds' BiK^t {«■ 1986 will be 

A rotMing Vestry wia establish- 
ed and the fo^fimg communi- 
canto ven elected as Veatryeien 
t»g!nnii^ tfa^ respective tem^ 
in JffiHiary, 19%: 3 year term: 




m andf- 



William C. Meyer. J. DpM l|^ 
nold and diaries EL Garriso^cS 
year term: WflUffn T. 
Ronald V. Gilette, and 
B. Newcome; and 1 ^^ar Mni: 
Ahm P. Stone. Jr., EUob f. 
Adams, mi Donald L. 
ham. 

God wilUng. te Miaaiai 

patai Indqpendeat I^nrish Staip^ 
1^4. atoce its oonception 
have been S6 Baptians m 
ConfitTDaitrans. ApfnokStot^ 
famihes kiok to die MMin 
ihdr Cfawch home. Two nd 
hsdf ^tn ago St. Fraqci^ 
holdii^ sevices in Binalcft't 
Bowl with do known 1 
hi June aiVM. C3nKh 
m an nM. Cfatacfa moAuoHB 
averi^a^ oyer fiB eadi Sundra 



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iMMir AhM« it all II 
QMlMMttfe «t ox, t yM«^ 





W. My et in to Forfwl 
Jr., A ux, kA t. 



« ii i» fi. T. 



1 0. Eobcfi* et ux to Switb- 

iW'Vitlik O a au t sj , .Si lere. 

Ibt «r iiWdn BrtfgV; m $4880. 

DimlB L SImI^ a at to yan- 

'^tf mftw !lii%e; tet |aS. 

FI^^Al M. Bfttai^ 1^ ox to 
lUflB^fHMlMV IdMlit ^ (tt, kit 



.^^..«k Co n rt ro ct to n C«p.T to 
80^7 iMrii .iQMi at lix, lot i. 
Mock ^ j^ at HuBlimtoe mc, 

lleO^nd LmAer Co.. Inc.. kt 
Ik ]M «( PHlfO Borongb; tit 




M. Pnttr, Jr., et ut 
to OWrid 0. VcrdOB tit ah. Ml 

n, 9 mipmt ti u ^ mdk 

|[, {dat of Rudee Hei^ti; ba 

2f. Meek J. pM ^ antJagtoB 

•ee. 2; tax W-IS. 
Ghilt<'^MteUD OxpM'atieti to 
_J^I N. Jiocre et ux. lot 1. blwk 
C, |dat (rf Priaoau Anne Piazit sec. 

Ife to Jl&ll, V 

Timm JdM|rfi Qjikb ^ in to 
iUb^ A. Dffretta, Jr.. et la. k)t 
% Mock. If. ^ of Fiiiiat 0'- 1 
IMiMc. 3: tax«f7.lS. 

CKNip L. 1^^ et ox to Bflbert 

Jaliii W. SOiott el a(..to J^fai- 
aid J. Xehoe et ux. tot IS, bkxdc 
7. pl^ fl( Pooto^ ^^Bag»; tax 




TRANSFERS 



lirii D. OrroD ^ ux to Maril 
K. Ifeitis, tot 8, block U, iUt^ 
kmmht a d sec 4; tsx f/BM. \ 

J. te Baiget et ox to M|p d. 
BkMpa, tot IS, Mock 1. f^ at 
G^ie An-f lee. i; tax ^Jl. 

HMry 'Biil^ GMfionMon to 
Bei^ntl ilk w^pR ^ &, tot 61<A, 
1^ of ttiit Sriai Me. SiA; tax 

ipil 0R««H H ab to Baidc 
flf YMUMa teM^ paro^ — plat 

Um^^Ommm Ida to Sta~ 
fHl niilhj|nin| OetjiorattoD, pst 

JiApRl t^U^mikm Cbrp., to 

HlA i, lift tf BtoUBgton aec. 
SrtatllMl 

Meft ltoi% C!Q^rati<« ta 
GMiM U. Eviw ^ ux. lot 9, 
Wpeit JK fM ef ?e^ ' ^lanor 
aee. 4: tet IM.I5. 

6 * a JDMfienMoD to Bi^tfita 
r. Merilie A m, lot B. tio^ 
V, ptat d Ms Sd^ Terradfe aee. 
U; tax IV7.50. 

Ha#r<hClirt RQidfy Cooq^ li 
all tif)0ivid W. UnnMi^ ^., et irit, 
tot nil jMt of llfltnetfiia lee. 1; 

Hade tMMHflJMiA 0li{MraflMt 
to LeM« H. iiMiA dmm 

M. plat of jMjfmA km-, m 

$B.?D. 

Joaei«r Bnrte Wood8 « tl to 
Georie ll. iMiotton. Jr.. at tix, lot 
». WkD.|tel|fUb^i*ei 
we. i ta> lb 

IM Attitfort TaUef et (w lli 
Hip D. iM Bmiiw aiife et i^, tot 
Iflbt «f Pfaieweod 6afiMki; til 



«ta!sto 



t<iuii|iim et Hi M s, 
MiiH p 4 Prtaeoa tassit 
mm» aiB. 1^ tax WJI. 

La* H. SMh- et ox to HMiry 
B. ikl^ H ox, itti «y. jptat tf 
ftaro^igiad See. 8; tax I9B. 

Anfie Grayaon to RldMrd T. 
Mathtfivt et ox. lot -t. btaA Sl. 
ptat {f Blinmd ^>rtng mma. 

m mm. 

iMMifi Itedds kUdgitt et ux 
ta liNMk il Capps « ita, tot Sli. 
pM qT ir^bnorelnd iSit^i aee. 
1; tax |M.9e. 

hm A. Yeatoo et ux to 0: C. 
tmmiittf ^ n. M 4. blodc E, plat 
ef <^c«t ntdk Muer; tax IS3S5 

ftMiriraiy Bufidiag Corp. to Ur 
le 1. Briitair et ui. tol t, tAock 
7, ftat of Prtoceis Ansa nata lec. 

i; tiX |S7. ^ _^ 

Mdnel qpatenflc ^ lat^tot 8; 
block 18, plat d TtiaUa Maixxr; 
tax $310. 

Ankm Hffla. bic. to Kraeat R. 
Jonei et ux, lot 113. plat of 
H<nieit^ ne. 1; tax |31.I0. 

Can^anae Homes, trie., toJames 
A. Fdlers et ux, lot IS, btock V. 
plat of Carolanne Farm sec. 4; tax 
125.68. 

Can^anne Hcnnes, Inc., to JoKn 
L. rpaderick et ux. kit 2, btock 
DD. pli^ ef CarolanM Fnm sec. 
S; tox ISJ5. 

Mtaiirt CaamtXkm Corp. to 
Geoife Gtardim ReliMm, Jr., ei 
ux, IM 38, \Aodk F. ^t ot Hunt- 
ta^ aw. 3; tn $31.86. 

.fobi E RatMf et U3i to Pow 
hataa T. Dl|gs et ux. kA 14, Uock 
J, plat of Pdnt OnKToods aec. 1; 
tax 13510. 

lYadAn B. Ra&e et als to 
Haity L. Bnrtha's et ax, lots 5. 
ft 7, btock tt, plat i|i Euclid Place; 
tax 118.46. 

n^ W. Feat et IS to Wflluon 
Eftfft Cowan et ux, part ctf lot 
28. plat of Ken^viUe Itaighis aec. 
1; tax IS5.S0. 

liany Qiartos Delss, Jr.. et ux 
to Si^wood L. Allea'et ux, lot 9, 
Uock CC, plat of Aragooa Village 
sec. 4; tax $18.90. 

WiHMif W. May, Jr., et ux to 
Catherioe Ann BecknaU, Jot 4, 
block 61, {dat of Ara^MUi Village 
aec. 7; tax WM. 
. Josepfa T. E(^erge ^ tu to Rob- 
ert D. Becht, lot 19, |M (tf Itaven 
Hei|^ aec. 1; ta« IVJS. 

Gs7 S. Paym et ux to Gary L. 
mM, tot IS, btock 38. plat of 
ftlaeiM Aitne Flan sec. 6; tax 
|ttJ8. 

Itae C^fia Hoiman to WlBiain 
t. WAer d tf^ tot 9. l^k l% 
pM of Cqje Ebnry sec. E; tax 

m. 

Hafbert On* KtSky et ux to 
Danid L Hedto^ et ux. Jot 21, 
blodt 16, {dat of Prmcess Anne 
Plua wc. 9; tax $24.90. 

Elwood R. White, Jr., et ux to 
Oie^ter R. Zenuu^ et ux, i<tf 28, 
pl3i jf Liokhom'sec. 3; tax $34.86. 

J. Ray Potttf et als to C^ C. 
Neblett, lot te, piirt et C#e Story 
By-The^ea: tax ifer.46. 

Mariprat C. Bartleson et vir to 
Jama W. Pickup lit Wl, piffcel 
mm Great Neck Retd; tax li.Ti. 

iniMl D. Seay et ux to Jme^ 
't. rOead et vbt, tot 2. bloeft 1. 
^ of Lake Siwea sec. 3; tax 



^0. Mdiir at Ok to (Mig 
m^^ BHM « nt. tot 14. |itt 
d JeMe J. Pvkeraoo pr9p#^; 
tax MiLIB. 

Wiltato J. Jonak, Jr., ^ a to 
J. R. fmkt ^ ak, toto I. % 
btock iB,j^d Cape Bmif'm. 
D, tax m. 

Mm H. Baitey, Jr., at ut to 
Cteito F. tcifipk it ffi. tot i, 
fatel 1^ ^ of CaretaiM Fmn 
sec. I; ta« mJS! ^ 

C^ U OmaA «A ox to Wayne 
r VoBmer et ». lit «. fatof^ 13. 

(M of ArroK^iMt aae. 4; t» 
119.80. 

Marto P. lUMa^te et ui to 
Jerome K. HNlettop et iff, tot B. 
pitA of W(tf Stare HairtattoB; tax 
$71.71. 

Drewfi Conttvetkn Corpmntion 
to Domdd 0. Msri et ox, M s. 
Ueeit«» flat of Waat Alantott aec 
3; tat IMJI. 

Way G. Keener et ux to Mward 
Yoder, kHs F * G and part of 
M E, plat d pn^erty oi Swiatofl 
PoDock: tax $19.96. i 

i^ler Realty Company, Jtoc., to 
Geor^ L. Bt^lander et ux, lot 14, 
block M, plat (rf Lake Sruth Ter- 
race sec. 5: tax $41.ffi. 

Tiir*«"lake Devek^wnent Com- 
pany to Walter A. Kendrick et ux, 
kH 309, plat d Kings Gram sec. 
4; tax $36.75. 

George Louis BoMantter ^ ux to 
Byter Ifealtv C npany, toe, loi 
U. block 18. r' ;t nf Aragona Vil- 
lage sec. 13: tax $23.25. 

Carsrni R. He^** et »a to J(An 
L. Bohn et u.x, tot 2; |*at <rf im>- 
pertv of C. R. Hpster; tai^ $33.75. 

Grayson M. WhitdHffrt, Jr., to 
^eho Corp., 13.349 msr& on First 
Cbtonial Road; tax $«).Q6. 

W. J. Driver et al to James 
Ralph Watson et ux, tot 75. plat 
of Pinewood Gardens; tax $30.25. 

Black Hawk Builders, Inc., to 
Owen B. Pickett et ux. site SBT 
plat of Chesq>eian Colcmy i^;. 4; 
tax $62.50. ^ 

James H. Riffle, Jr^et ux to 
Lee R. Turner, Jr., lot 18, blodt 
17, plat of Arrowhead sec. 2; tax 
I82J5. 

Hubert R. Stallings et ux to Rob- 
a-t L. Venable et ux, partof TtiKJt 
No. 2, plat of Woodlawii Fain: 
tax $34.35. 

Aftoflbert Itall Loi^ et torto 
Inte L. Wyqoto ^ ux. hrt 3i bloc^ 
M, |dit ol Diamond Spftog Honies 
tax |B.tt, 

PtdMp N. ^vrnmein et al to 
RipdU W. Udyey # ux, lot 21. 
Mock 34, {dat of Ara^na VlUage 
aec. 6; tn $0JO. f 

Itossdl ESdtrard Criste et ux to 
William E. I^rlnger et loc, lot 2S8, 
plat of Westmorelaid Estates sec. 
1; tax |a.80. 

Pico Realty Cmpocatim M als 
to Eldon D. Adana, Sr., ri ox, lot 
6, block,!, plat d Princess Anne 
Plaza. fe<;. 11; tax ^.80. 

Maxie H. C»ter et «x to Stan- 
ley M. Osenkcski et ux, lot 8. 
btock 58, plat of Ari^raa Village 
sec. f><tra $18.m *-^ 

V«™^^llMTy Taylffl- M tix to 
Rd)ert L. Oroico et us, \d li. 
Mock 56, plat (^^^tragoaa^fllage 
sec. 7; tax $\9.%. \ 

Vu'^ia National Ba^ric to hiksai 

B. McClanan et.ux, tot 14, tuock 

3^ |ilat of Princes Anne Plaza 

sec.'7;^ax $10.10. 

EAa Whltehurst Barber to Mary 







\ 




INSyiMd SAVMdl 

ANtlCfPATED DIVIDEND RATE 
414% -Dec. 31, 1965 

VffielMA IMM FiOEML 

SAVINM and yOM ASSOCIATION 
210 25th St. . . . Va. Batch . . . , 423*9331 



Ltadaiy S^aO^, tot M. ptot of 
Bird N^ Pdrt; tta $80. 

Jt^Hart Cons^uctim Corpuv- 
tim to Robert J. IteCBoy et ux, tot 
32. plat ef 11-antwood Btmes sac. 
2; tax $89. 

Broad B^ Island Cprporata» 
to iUexander Y. Cathro et ux, i^ 
279. F^ (tf Bay Island see. 2; tax 
$00. 



Avalon HiUs, Jnc. ^ Carl G 
Pledger et ux, tot 67. plat d 
HMT^tead sec. 1; tax $32.70. 

WilUam T. Suttm to Curtis "Lee 
Wbitehn-st et ux, tot D. j^t of 
LiiMorn; tax $A1S. - 

B. Leonard San»xw et la to 
Hadley Burres Ellker et ux, site 
410, plat of I1ioroi;#9xxi ^c. 2; 
tax $^.05. 

Harry Realty Corporation to 
Stuart 0. Wootoott et ux, tot fiS-A, 
plat of Kings Grant sec. 5-A; tax 
I33J6. . 

William M. Woods et ux to Carl- 
isle B. Meador et ux, lot 23, block 
D, ptot of Lake Stioru sec. 4; 
tax $32.35. 

Soidbrid^ Beach, Ine., to Har- 
vey L. LiiMlsay et sis. Business 
Area "A", plat of Sandbridge 
Beach; tax $87.60. 

Gtetti Manrlde Nm^m et ux to 
Henry L. Reid d ux. lots 11, %j^ 
and part of tot 10, blodi 8, plat of 
G. W. Deal Plat No. 2, tox $20 85. 

C. D, U., Inc. to Ridiard Sher- 
man DeUt et ux, k^ 2, block 4, 
plat d PriflCMS ^uie Plaza sec. 
10: tax $21. 

Keith Dean AU)en et ur to 
Flojfri T. Jones et ta, )ot 13, block 
80, plat of Princes Anne Plaza 
sec. 6r tax $17.40. 

C. D. U., Incorpwated to Fteyd 
6. Caboon et ux, lot 9, btodc S^ 
(riat of Princess Aime Plaza sec. 
1; tax $21. 

Walter R Refvolinsky ^ ut to 
Bissett Realty?, Inc., lot «5, plat 
d MalMiu sec 5; tax $22.50. 

John Ridmoi^ Krc^ac et ux 
to John P. Ferebee et ux. lot 24, 
block 41, [dat of Princess Amie 
Plaza MC. 8; tat $17.75. J 

Ernest L. Long to Kenned L. 
Jard et ux. lot 7 block 2, plat of 
New V^gima Beach; tax $3S. 

Marguerite R. Miller et vir to 
LauTHice H. Blackbmn, Jr., et ux, 
lot 20. ^at d niormighgood.^ Es- 
totes sec. 1; tax $37.%. 

Ruth E. Burnett et vh* to Ray- 
mond A. Cassetc et ux, tot 42, plat 
d North Alanton; tax $40.95. 



DiM D. -BteHlH U m to 
Ctarfea B. n#m et M, M 4, 

St of Ch:MBi G«dAl; tax 
M. 

IM«M Okmm ^Qfla^ d 
ux to IMwrt C. V^&aasi et ux, 
lot 28. plat cf MaUiO MC. 3: tai 
IBJO. 

iJBtry tf. Pai^cbek ^ «x to Wil- 
' * J. Taytor «t w. tot i, Wock 
it of Aragtna Vill^e sec. 
6, tax $39.86. 



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REPOSES^D SINGER Sewing 
MacMne-lHiBy HEliitoped to zig 
zag, overcast, etc.; f^ si»>, 
heavy daty, roiaid botAin. Pay 
lay-away balance of $56.90 or 
small monfcly paynaasL 



iIrAND NEW tBXdakned sew- 
ing madriiK and cabinet. Ftdly 
eqiupped to s»g«a<. overcast, 
eto.> Original^ sM tor $13eJ0. 
Pay lay-away balance of $39.60 
or 6 pa^mento of $6.60. 

REPOSESSED WHTIE SEW- 
ING MACHINE -Win ziR-zag 
ovarcast, eto. Batonce of $2760. 
Ci^ or S patymcBto d $5.50 and 
its yours. 

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cof buyars monay on tha ovar-all cost of thair 
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uoBie of ^. and Un. ChJltok t. 
mtmui'd WcJfinare Drive. 

More tiurao gueato w«r« ^A- 
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1802 Atlantic Avwiut ' USFAAWTC - Dam Mack 

3333 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Princess Anne Plaza 
/ 4864 Shell Road at Biiyside 
49^ Virginia Beach Blvd. at Aragona Village 
, *^^ ^"^2 Princess Anne feoad at Courthouse 

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outdid AMHH^ iW In lAoMSb^v 

■nw boanfa of Awll» Mt iMil- 
teM of fte JuMMowt Ci#MHQi. 
W aoBiirott wfUiiiallon thtt 
{^ntectt O^ ttW. MBiNpei! Sat- 
«ir|ur tM r^rn d tte 4N^ to 

Idtt for i lb iM«k i^woD. 

^my^ II. Banln d RfatawiC, 
pre^ipt «E tlii corfMiWMi, MnA 
dnt (Ke b^aiis» here fttf th^ aii- 
nul nieetii^, wer^ neoUr^ed Uy 
Um» nMited tiw iM&ieaiDO and 
fratlfiBd wtth tht Ji^^port render- 
dl t^ laeal cMtoo. MKiitted lit 
tfw QM^ii^ wen iMre^tittas (nr 
a k^ra^ pi^sh to c<mtinne 
aod improve "t^ Cbnttnon Gkx^" 
production. 

BcBiin Mffloitticed tfiat the 
"Gk^" played to 4S.lSt p^sops 
dtfftog the IMS t^sofi, m ii- 
creaie d 30 p«- »tt over IdM. 
^isce te in»^tiuu mure than oM 
uid a dUrd mOlioi, peraoitf iwfe 
attended the (hrama. 



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MqpM4C i* iWMMiltevota- 
Mft beU « Mrtt*9 Imkelm IM 
aiMrdit It ne ^Mt HiroQ M6- 
u^ J^ apMfiil^ foUcwed te luach- 
ew^tli Mrs. J. Ilitdier ftryaM 

lirp. Wiriloo HmMm fHW » 
anil iMK Mk rWtMHi DifRiet wr|- 
llg ev«70M to iM, «bM and 
[mmnil ev«7 pMri^c «idMvor 
withfai tlK^ oaaamB^, 

Un. l^Mmti Pa-ramore rf 1837 
l^d^ Ridge F^iat was i^^med 
Me Am ehiiple ai a new membtf. 

C^p^ neraben IntH^ gifts 
li te.Meetim to be dlifrbMted 
to firitieiits to WUanutourg. 

A ^ro^am of ChrtsmM imisici 
.wu gv«li bgr C. B. Pib^rd Jr., 
•ai i^ ttw meetiBi, a social 
teur wM ei^i^. wMh moniia-s 
Md gaaats e»:hMigi^ Ovtottnas 
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0^ 61 JlaMi^. Dey «A«^ will j^e- 
•Nit the 8tiH7 flf "SUent Nli^" at 
tfw ParentrTeatlM^ meetteg to be 
held twtiH^, Dedeiriber H at i 
pM. in tile k^woI audttorium. 
The twelve nwakH raBcbns wth 
oarraltoo wiQ b^ directed by Mrs. 
D. W. K<Mte. Refresfameits ivfl be 
aaikA folKyiHi^ tb {8«grarti. 




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December 10-11 






Featurot 2, 4, 6,1, 10 



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tmii^. Dec. H>-PfiM^ Aam W^ fehMl 

Fiiil^. J«b 1M>Mi Qmk Ugh Sehkel, 

fMiny. Jan. 11 yUmy U^ Schnl 
Salwiay. Jaa. SHCnddeft High Scheal 

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S^VICEMEN 
^ tHi NEWi 

Havai Avla^a Reterve Offidr 
Candidate David B. Pthie, mm pi 
Mr. ibd Mit. Jbltmie W. Prine 
d 3300 Standi Cmirt, recently com- 
pMed tfie bfsi d tore elsM-week 
frataiAr^ segHiebto A U. S Naval 
9t«o<A. Prefl^, ftatal Air SUi- 

ti^, P«isaeoli, Fla. 

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Seaman Honied L. SkackeM|M^ 
t)SN/adM <« Mr. and Mrs. Charlft 
L. 9MeM(brd of MS^ Pr«vi<hnK:e 
Road, vm ghid^ed rec^Uy frqin 
^prekeeptr Snixri aft the Naval 

Sdftols a*rmiand. Newport, R. I. 

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itoMug ttioae {i^„the VirgMa 
Baacii arMi attMdMg the Miitor 
ft RhiMieb VirgMa Wormu's f^- 
am at M 3tM Ihiihall Hold tai 
Rtchmowl arc Mrs. F. F. Priest, 
Ifrs. M. P. Fe^. BITS. FkkMng 
P. JtMT, Mn. B. OordoB l^ler, 
Mra. J. r. KMb, Mrs. J. M. MM^ 
ditt, Mrl. James P. QlrinA. M-s. 
ArtlMar a GaUai^. Mrs. Charles 
E. TPNitle. Mrs. IV. T. Un<ttitonn, 
Hbe. F. Ri^ SMekl, Jr.. Rfrs. D. 
G. Rjkttou-. Mrs. David P. Gra- 
ham, «!d Mrs. 6. V. Bradsttaw. Jr. 

• « » 

lUas Caroline Tato tkiaoa, 
dih^Mer of Mr. and Mrs. ^fffliam 
P. Diddon, Jr., d 1104 Oorawtdl 
Laj», was a riMtnber ol tM Bieaat 
HdbltiBe Oo&ge atudeit vacMtioBal 
committee which plabsied a pro- 
iMsi entitled N3are£rs lor Women 
in Mected Klsice," which tocric 
place reooi^ at Ae ooll^. She 
is a mesii&r of Am class of I96f7 
and M a paduite e( Ooontry Day 

School 

• -* • 

Marine Lance Conporal Herbert 
G. RolMwn Jr.. son of Mr. wd 
^rs. Heibrat G. Robinaoa of M12 
Cryfltal Pwkway, is sarvii^ with 
l|^« (^leraU^K and Engineeru^ 
SipMKbYxi at Marine Oot^ Au Sta- 
fcoft. Oierry Point, N. C, 



UaU a^difeMp as the Q>Mler aad SUrtey FeMTiM ti the CR^ 1l%iiMi lead die cast fran Nft I«m»» 
U;iBea Sim^y Sehed Ckw «f Uri^nla Beieh NMlMiM Ohinii which wUI 
the Soday eventa^ ti (D ee e mbet U and 11 d ?:!• p.n. 






Thoraughgeod 
Garden Club 



BAYSIDE - Mrs. E. E. GoMsby 
WM hoefew to the ,Thorou^^ood 
Gm^tm CM> at her home in Thor- 
ott^i^rad for its rec«it meeting. 
Co^^i^esses were Mrs. W. H. Har- 
ri«m Md Mn. C. E. Treats. 

llie naticmal accredited juc^e, 
Mrs. Arthur Gallaj^r, was the 
guest speaker and ^ presented 
a program showing arrang^nents 
for home decor far IbaMcsgivtag 
and Christmas. 

Ju(^e8 from fte Pocirfiofitas Vil- 
lage Gardrni dub afwarded a blue 
ribbon for arraageme&ts to Mrs. 
C. L. Owens. VU» ribteus for hor- 
ticulture were ^warded to Mrs. 
Owois, Mrs. H. M. Jordan wad 
Mn. A. H. Ou^^cfiper; reds went 
to Vtrs. Jordan and Mrs. L. M. 
Reed; yellows to Mrs. Jordan snd 
Mrs. L. W. T!lt;^nd honord^ 
tmttm to Vtn. Beei. 



OlreMS Sale 

Gard^ Cub mil hold its annua' 
greesa nle on Friday. December 
17, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at tl» 
A ft P ^re and Col(Niial Store on 
Laskinroad. 

A\BaIM>le for purchase will be 
pine mi hemlodt rojaog, nu^- 
nolia leaves, aiui two sizes d hem- 
k)ck wre^is as weD as hmid made 
bows. 

Orders will be tAen by Bfrs. 
Richard Grl^ at 42d-li383 for ad 
vaod^ saSes. 




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I^cembtr 12«14 



PliCONNERy 

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IDR YtWR FRECHRISTMAS EXHlROP^IE ICE 

^tm MAGtcWaifi^ Wm" u cm 

MaMM Oa^ - Sai aaft Sn.. De& 18.10 



GlanenMM Shiriey Joms, letting i» dvartosw a gevww^irt, iftea 
Oi ktt woes on preaideatial aide Jamei {BdoOi to V4s Acerie f rem 
MetreGoidwyD-Mayer's loogneJ^elfcelt c«Hwdy, "Hie Secret « My 
Sueem^kM^i^ iSteycrs |aod Hm» ttactonaa a^ star In Ae Paaa- 
vtilmpF^ a^aettea. 



stnictsi V' j^, iiich a raalliie 
set. ' "' '" *' ^ ' ' r 

Bk>ckii« is tiie ' imxhicflta 
seemed to. be off balamx on din- 
HM oi^rtKd. SbAe (rf the rasi^s 
iHMe bf flte ^^on sta^ ^ 
pie#ed iMwidtl, ^tfealistk:. dw 
lilMlLelB^)'. I 

iVh inyuetM, tiini^ luH t^- 
ed, seemed «it <rf place. Hie ^ 
tire play moved slowly. 

We feel thf cnre-all productin 
WU1 1» finik tti ))uality we hate 
aim to «4«tt^n the Virgiirfa 
^Mbh tJfUMiii«r. We. furtl^ 
nrore, look fwward to future j^ 
ductions eqi^A to or sui|taH% 
wtet we hale seim in tlw p^ 
-Jack Me4e 



MERCURY-COMET 



Comptec Service On AJI Makes Of Cars 

PiCKUP Md DEIIVCRY 
Nctory * Trftlned Madiaiftes 



"Tklewafer's 
OMeit li^totive j 

Deabr^ 
8S7 Va. BMch BM.-Virgiiiia 8«aeh-428-7121 




rected by Liz Silb, and pub- 
li^ed by Samuel Froich, Inc. 

Coi^Mnff^ di^atei^ have a re- 
sponsMttt^ to the general putilc, 
more dtin iifiplied than a;)ckaL 
lliat dt>%atidn is tbf presehtatkn 
of good work for ptMc consuit^)- 
tion. &ich is not the case with 
the pr^Kit proAictiffli at the Vir- 
l^nia Beach Little Tg^ter's Court- 
ywi Playljipft !>% ' ' ' 

Des|rite 0e ova-all bteriiiie i< 
the prochicUon, several nne pofaits 
do stand out. Mm MoManus, who 
{dayed the< rpfe d • man whdse 
wtfe was id W| i^b m^utu, did 

a beaatiful j^.^il portrayal of 

this tr4^ubled (^iaractelr wis Mwve 

repraoch. It b dlfipUt to picture 

a man wch as |rcl|imus in kiuA 

a role after seefog idn day lifter 

day en telev^i^ Iwt his tal«f^ 

made ft atemjft if feu had never 

seen Urn before ' 
Jane Flenmhig. who. played tl|e 

female lead.^ b^^M nervous, tiie 

first scene d t& play, but even- 
tually lost hr Jitto-s and played 

the part quite wdl f3r'the,ftmaft|d-' 

er d the production'. We assume 

that her newi^M to the tla i ttci 

had a major role In Ml imim^ 

ness. ,,.•'.' 

Virginia Poolufand ^^ MfiKf 

ly, who portrayed a |{^-«<M 

c<Hiple-were si^eH). Hieylta^ 

be cornmended for their ftiie Job 

in the* proehiction. 
Penny Martin, who ^st t0ti^ 

directed the theater's prbductlon 

of "Slqj thu W«rM." *«i aw^ 

the part of the maid in a New 

Sfigiand inn, where tlM play liad 

its setting. She was also tiie assist- 
ant tfi.M (fcwrtor. m ^ a 

good job in her rt^e. Sie did, 

1-owever, cdxmit one theatrical 

sin: she broke character by can-, 

ing on stage during the intermis- 
sion to. tieijnove iMt^, U seaxis io 

us that iK)me j)r<}vii^ (^ould haye 

bii9im4^mf^m ^m creiw 

ccukf have rei39d»dl props without | L^M^HAVEN — "Hie anmial 

for^ atib^d m l«IOh> tt Wl I CAMMrrias pAf' & '^ imBem 



Cliristniad On 
Tlie Island 

hYHmukymti ^"fMwem im 

the Maad" wiH be leMirctf bi % 
home d Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Big- 
ley at 2141 Windward ^re Drite 
IK aOh ]yand f or the Broad ^ 
Garden Chib's second annual o^ 

today from 10 am. to 3 
7^Ai. to44; 
(lit'OIMIons wU be ^|> 

Uirou^out the HtM^F Ixn^ 
tfd at the country store 
iSM items to be for sale ar 
^Ms. preserves, j|rfckl». Ibwiir 
anpitogernehts, diristaas ^^ri- 
ttlte\white (^^ants, dejltfs^ 
baskets, ^d a variety fl h^ 

RefreshmenKs will be servsi to 
the country store.' ^ 

The donatis^ d Mi will bemf it 
th# Opite'd Hm^ cT iQrgiida 
Beach. 






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CHRISTMAS P 



dufranfef 

CharliS imfiiitmM t^dtm 

as a.yot^ a^MKtK hwfart of 
Janel fttsinvagi. am. 



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swndthUi^ to te d«areA It was 
far hielo# fle Litib ^i^tefs hi^ 
stiMtards, we Btp mte. • 

Ti'M s4{ seett»d awkward in coo- 
structtei. pMaing of pB m was 

in tH| ^^^^yj|f||i# iraa 
a^lkd. Attd. tW |^ ^„ stage 
was 1^ really prtt^cttx#ift Uie 
fm:iliti^^ hatki ^jOie Omirfyard 



Aim WonaWs CJA trfl |fe Nd 
lliesday, Efecfiift^ ii.:'k 4^ 
Pine Tree Inn, witti the rtttcti^ 
beginning at 11:30 aJn. 



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pr^ide. 

'Sirs .J; Douglas Wil^n, ^^- 
man cl the Fine Arts Departmelit, 
^sted Ijy Mrs. Emily Bamtnan 
is in dmp of. the SMCial pro- 
irlA. Miay iJUlBic ^ be pre- 
i^^A% Mrs. AArey li Holm^ 

Mosfa^s are reminded to hrilg 
,1vn^ #ts for theEaitMrA-8ito 
jftM^t^ jwo^ as well as a gUi 



Pl^hoo^. tte stage tt' Mt §(»- for the dn&m^ g 






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IMroe Ct 62 

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Morris Ave. 62 

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OF INTERJESI TO VETS 

By THCHMAS A.1^RE 

Area D|leieltr, tM^M W 

V e teiaaa! CUtemf C wi yao Miy w Jih 

•f VftiWa. flaie ifli, Pwiaaiiwial 

Alii BUi.. NorfA, VkvWa. # 

1« W. Y«Hi Bt 

A lttth»-noticed sectioii o^ tfie new 
Housing Act of 1966 has solid aig- 
nificaiKe toe the veteran who is 
in the market for a home. The 
sectkm sets up a new irogram d 
ibw-down-pi^inent, FHA-insured 
home loans for veterans, regard- 
less of when they were in uniform. 
R is in effect a "G. I. BiU of 
Ri^ts" on home Imns for*v^er- 
ans w1k> are IneligMe for sudi 
araistance under the WoiU War n 
and Korean "G. L Bflls." 

Undo* the jaem i»r(^am, a vet- 
eran is digfae fw low-dov^HMy- 
mtgA feHins if he has (1) serve! 
90 da^ on active duty, (2) was 
^sdiarged unda" a coiuiitkm other 
ttian dishonorable and (3) iiam't 
alre^ received a VA><inwred 
home loan under <me of ti^ "G. I. 
Bills." It authorises FVA-lnsured 
loans of 100 percent of ^,000, 90 
percoit cH the additirai^ v^e up 
to $20,000, aikl & percost of any 
additional value up to $30,000. Thils 
a veteran couU buy a $15,000 home 
without a dowp payment; « 180,- 
000 home with a doim paymeit (tf 
$900; «id a $30,000 home with a 
down payment of $2,000. (Nonnal- 
fy, the FHA requires a tluee pe^ 
otiit down paymeit for value up 
to $15,000, 10 po-cent of th« eness 
to $80,000, and SO perc«at of ttie 
excess to $30,000.) 

Tbfe law aW requires less4trin- 
goit credit qualificaticms tor vet- 
erans dun for non-veterans, dos- 
ing costs would ccttitii^ to be re- 
quired and the FHA. apparraitly 
hi an ^ort to estaUi^ some fi- 
nancial commitment by the home 
buye* under the new lanr. has re- 
qdned a minimifn closhig cost of 
$200. The interest rate, for tl» loans 
would be the same as fm- mrmal 
FHA finandi^; 5V4 pexort plus 
Mt perc^ prendum. 

Please, vis^ n^ (^ce <m any 
claims or problons regarding ben- 
efits for veto-ans tad titeb* sot- 
vivors. 



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VIRODflA: 

IB the Ciicuit Co«rt of the Qty 
of Vh-gnia Beach on tl« 9tt dsiy 
ai Dtoenriber, MB, 

IN THE MATTESt OFi 

petwoB of cmMom (XWS* 
TOPHE^ (mmouimB to 

liave GUSGORY JOSEPn 
SiAMBO declared l^a&y 
deed. ; 

, O 81 D) K It I 

" THIS CAUSE COM on this day 
to be heard up(» tN •«<Hti pett- 
tkMi of Gecffge Ou-is^pha- Geor0- 
ades to declare Gregory Jom|4) 
aumbo lega% deed »)d was ar 
gued by OwuHd. 

UPON CONS IDBRATION 
vmEa^X>F, and it appearhig to 
the Oeurt ttiat the said Gregary 
JosefA 9iambo farm«iy r^ded 
hi the County of Prtecess Anne 
(now tai the aty of Vii^inia 
Beach). Virgiiua. and that the 
said Gregory Jos^ 
from the City of Virginia 
hi the ycir 1967 and has 
se«i nnce that date and hu not 
been Iwani of since the year 1967. 
The Court befaig sati^ that 
GeoFge durist(q)ber Ged^iades 
should be entitled to the prooetds 
of the said policy with the Pilot 
Life Insurance Compaiqr, said pd- 
icy betog nnbered 409647, if the 
si^ Gr^ory Josei^ Sunibo were 
hi fact dead. 

IT FURTHER APPEARING to 
the Court that the said Gregory 
Jose{di Sbanix) has been abaent 
from the aty of Virginia Beach 
for a period of more than seveti 
b(tt len than twenty years.' 

It is therefore ADJUDGED, ORp 
DiSIED AND DiXStEED that no- 
tke df the petition of the said 
Geor^ Christopho: Georgiades be 
pik>liAed ooce a vmk lot four 
miccessive wedcs in the Virgtoia 
Beach Sun News, a nMrapaper 
pidslisfaad hi the City of Virginia 
Beach. Virginia and that notke 
being given that <» the 14th day 
oi January, 1966, betog two weeks 
alter the final piMication as here- 
to provided, tha^ this Court wfil 
brar evkloice coocemtog die ii>- 
sence and alleged death of Ghreg- 
wy Joseph Shinrix): it is further 

ORDEiaD that the Clerk of this 
Coifft pubUdi a certi&d copy of 
tills order in the said Vlr^iiiia 
Beadi &m as notice reipiired to 
tfiis Decree. 

A Copy-Tote: 

JOHN V. flKTRESS, Cleric 

By: R. H. Wash, D.C. 
Harold M. Stem 
408 Board of Trade Buildtog 
Norfolk. Vingtoia 



PUm.IC NOflCE 

The Virginia Beach Dhrision of 
Pdicfe has to their p(Msession 24 
boy s and 14 gill's bicycles, sev- 
eral transii^r radiM, wrist watdi- 
es,. clothing, ai^ aecess(Mries and 
various oc^ and end that will be 
«i>ject to auction sale if not claim- 
ed before Dec. 17. 1966. Persons 
who can give proof of owmr^ 
may report to pcdioe headquarter 
at Prtocess Anne beti^reen tiie 
hours d 8 B.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 
make sudi ckims. 

On Friday, D«»nl)er 1% 1965. 
starting at 12 Notm to the area 
befeweoi police headquarten and 
t}»<>oiBrt House Fire Departmei^ 
all articles not dainwd will be 
soM at public auction by the De- 
partment of FtMic Safety. 

Reeves ^E. J<dmm C3^ 
Biffeau'of Safety^vx^ 
12^3t 



, NOTICE 

This is to notify the pubUc that 
U)e,un^rsigned, trading as Ibg^ 
Hour Cde will withto tm dtors 
lAer piMicatim of tiUs pcrtiee ^>- 
ply to the Virginia State' Alccdx^c 
Beverage Contrd Board fw a li- 
cense to sdl beer aiMl wfaie tor off 
and on premises c<mmimt^(n. 

Luc and Estdle Gagnon 

T/A Hai^ Hour Cafe 

1724 Potter Road 
. Va. Beadi, Va. 

IS^U 

C0MM0NWEAL1S OF ymSSftlA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Ci^ 
cuit Court of tlM City of Vh-gtoia 
Beadi, (m the 3rd di^ of Decoa- 
ber, 1966. \ 

Orto of IpaUlcatieB 

JACQUELINE ANN BOtlREN, 
Plaii^, against 

MERTON A. BOHBEN, Defend- 

. ant 

The object of this sui| ia to Ob- 
tarn a divn^ a msoia et th^ro 
to be lata* m«ged toto a (Svoive 
a vincttto matrimmtt ^»n the said 
defoidffiit up(m the grounds of 
(Tuelty and omstnictive desertiOQ. 

And asu affidavit havii^ hm 
ma^ ud filed that the defeoda^s 
last known address is unknown, it 
is ordered that he do af^iear here 



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wma ten (W ^ lier doe p^ 
Ueatai hpeof, mi 4» pM ms 
be iihuoiiiy to ytMiet Mt 
eat to ^suit 
A eo^-IMt: 

By: Mary M. While. D. C 
Macie V. Umknm, P4 
Piatt Ont 
NorfoBc Va 



C09O80NWBAL11I or vnaoiu 

U the CIsik's OIBee si Ae Ck^ 
eolt Ceort W tW City «f Vhgtola 
Bom*, an the 8r4^ d«y «I ~ 



Oidir ef PiftBntloo 

JIAMBB GRANT. 

Platotflf. 

agtfnit 
ROfiB AUOE BAXi^ GiUNT, 

Deleodifit 
' Tfie object of ^ nit te to ofaUiB 
a dvoroe a vtocuto matrhndiN 
from the iaiddtfndint upon the 
gnoiaids of desertion. 

And Ki alAdawtt havfa^ been 
made Ml ffl«t iMt iie drfendant 
is not a resident of the $tate of 
Virginta, the iast kswo post office 
adcfaa betag: Sa^^Dnrii, GeMfU, 
it is ordmd Ae do ^^ppear 
here adttito ten (19) days alter due 
pUbltoadflR bcnoT, and d» whai 
mity be iMneaiai/ to protect lyr ia- 
teieat to ttiii suit 
A copy— Teite: 

JOHN V. FEmSESB, Oerk. 

BY: J.CurtialYi4tsD.C. 
^Hotor J. Ashe p.q. 
1194 Church Stnat 
Norldk. ^igbiia 

IM^ 

NoncK 

Virginto: 

T%e regular Qieettog of the Ooun- 
dl of the dty of Vh-giato Beach 
will be bdd to the Cinmit Court 
on Monday, December }S, 189S at 
2 o'dock P. M. at whidi time 
patens wtt be hs«d fOr Mid 
against the foHowtag preposed 
changes of zoning, loe pom^, 
eto.: 

I. Applicatkm of HowinMe City 
Oouncfl to amend the f^kwlag or 
dtoanoe: Section 6. Subaectton I— 
&ibdhdsk» Ordinance adcfted 
Jaauuy 28, 1958 and amended 
June 28. 1960: 

Daicte - Street Lighting-Street 
I^hts shaU be provkM And te- 
stis. at such hicatioas as deter 
mined by an intent of ^ 'VfrffiaiM 
EMric and Powo* Oaafm^ and 
qiproved t^ tiw Board of ^upep 
^aon. 

Add — Street Lighte - Street 
li^ AaU btvimrided and to- 
staOed at soeh toeatiSis and to 
stKh Hutw a^jtaaigp as (toter- 
mtoed ^ the Vl^^ Electric ai)d 



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RELIEVES PAIN A$ 
IT OISSOLVES CORNS! 

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with Fr«exooe9. Liquid FrccKMW i*- 
lieves pain ioitaody. works bdow die 
skin line o dissolve coroi tw^j in iott 
daifs. Get rcettoD/t.-.tttU dngooiuMa. 



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Woi^ D^wrtment The reeimled 
Sdb^vi^ diaO, upon demaod 
pa^ to the Oty «U coat invdinj 
to htftefiafttal' M coat i$eamA 
Airtng ti» first ydar of operatioit 

B. i^fiiciAMto of X^infbaa Ifo- 
tors fiiedrpflfitod for n du^^ af 
mtti4 trom indited dnoaerdal 
Diabrict 8 (OC 3) to Geoar^ .Owa- 
merdal,Distrtot 3 (C-0 3) and a 
Uaa ftmM to qpwi^ a gi j aWn e 
supply atatkn^aaft a Use fmMi 
to' operate aa^aiitoiiiMe ai^ bn 
c«tain property tocated at Sm 
Southwest toteniBetiali i>f North- 
amptcn B(Mdev«Ni aod Piaaiwe 
Hboae Itoad frontit« 1I5 JO fltet 
on tiie ^Mito ^le of Nwthaoto^ 
Boukpvaad, frobtiAg if^h^'Jm 
the West 4i^ tf Plaiiiire Jiiiie 
Road, a ^tafth^ lOtJO felt dloqg 
the douthera propei^ HUae, and 
a con4>toed (^stance of 4SU7.ffl8t 
along the Weatem propttty 'Itae. 
B'BV'side Borolq^. 

tXL A^Aittttoa df ^ ^*f^ 
^Jwitice tor a dtaai^ of ididii| 
from *Resi^nce Subtvban' district 
4 (R« 4) to Lknited Oonmerdal 
District 2 (GL 2) of certa&i propr 
My kicated at the Southeast toter 
sec^imi of Vk^bto Beadi Boide- 
vard and Toy Avepii. F\imtiag 
130.10 feet on the South* ^ of 
Vir^nia Beach BoulevanL FtvAr 
tog 118.88 feet^oo the fi«8t side 
of Toy Avepue, a deptt of W^i 
feet akmg the SoutiMTn pn^pe^ 
Itoe. and a dbtance of 154J8 feet 
akng the Eastern t^Oferty Itoe. 
Bi^^Boraug^ 

IV. AppUcatioD of R; E. Town- 
send EsUiteityPetd' Agda^ 91 
for a discon^uanoe, do8a» and 
ai>andonmait of a portton of 0^ 
Avenue extaidtog from the North 
dde of Vh^ato Bandi Boukfvtfd 
to a Northcdy dfaictfoB. a dir 
tance of 375 feet ome or kss. Plat 
of Euclid Place Bayskfe B(by)U|^. 

V. Apidication of R. S. Tarn- 
send Estate by Fstar Aflalaato m 
for a discontinuance, ctoaire and 
dt>aadonmeiA of a portion (tf Roae 
Marie Avenw imd Lavebdar Ave- 
nue Saki streeto b«gtontog at the 
South skfe of Virgtoto Beach Bou- 
levffid nd extendh^ to a Somber- 
ly direction 825 feet to thdr i!to>- 
sectton «M Cleveland Street Mat 
of Eudki piece. B«yskle Btltiugh. 

VI ^Ikation of W. C. NortoD 
tor a Use Permit to opwato a 
S0«n^ dii^posal ^ystpa on (»tito 
propoty be^nntog at a point M60 
feet mora er less North of Nor- 
nanty Ammi (aiiatfaig), a wkitii 
of : ^ tm akog the Snilheni 



iendblM the 
Ian along the 



peepnty Hm^ a depth of ^ feat 
4iii tba Ikttt/m 

14^ o^n^p). mi a 

i^yi flf tm m 

ttb Nvflwa mi Sartsii 
proptfty Hn^ i^aktm iMwdi ef 
me Wmum lOmh Mote dr 
teOad liliinitei #wlaUe to af- 
RceoT^ nwdmConnMan. 
Kerapvi^e Boroni^ 

VR. kfftfmma Nor C. 9^ 
do- fer a^ Pmeh to eaeMfiiet 
188 apartment urito on 
propartf frooti^ 488 feet 
or lisa on the laisl aMs ef 
tkm^mm nmi b^ka^ at 
a point ii lial mort or Isaa 
NarMi of fmiSm Mnd. a 
ft ^ feet meft or hm 
|i ^ jftflft pai^gty Jtoa ( 
dbnahai af Affnntad), a 
ff 418 feet aara or 

of mJMk MM or Ian along 
Nocthsn property IhM. Kenpwfle 
Benx^h. 

ynt. %Hea|ioniif Tapo boi9«> 
ation (fenpaity E- Cair iam mi 
Sons) hi J. Pater IfeDantLlD. At- 
terney, ior a change of acntag 
fhni RaaldanQ»{Xi|^ l^atrict I 
(R« » to General 
DMrlet 8. (GO 8) and 
IniMtrW JMabrkt 3 (M4 8) <« 
the jtBaiwhig pni^ala: 

Paroal 1 to be CO S: Fhjnttaf 
80 f art on tiie Ssitfh aide of Bomi^ 
Read, a daplh of l« feet akaig the 
EaatNn property Une (\^>00 
right of way), a daplh of 98 f^rt 
along tiia Weatem property tSm, 
a wklth of » lert doi« the Santb- 
an pivpeity one. 

Pared 8 to be M-I 3: Certato 
laqpoty b^bmtog rt a point 75 
feet South of Boen^ Road, a dto- 
tance ef 288 fert dong Uw North- 
propeity ime (aooiaem prop- 
erty ^ {tf Fareal 1). a combtoad 
distance of 480 fert a}oi« the Waat- 
em property Tikm, a dtotance of 
39177 feet atong tiie Southffn 
{Moperty Itoe, and a diataaoe of 
206 feet akng the Eaatem property 
Itoe (VE^ right of way). 
lEempaviQe Borou^ 

DL AppUcrtkii of MUlBni R. 
Piaher aid ABee R. FldMT by KaO- 
am and K^«n. Attwn^s fer a 
chttige of aontag frofn Reskfena, 
Diviex Distrirt 2 (RD 8) to Gen-' 
era! Conmetcial District 1 (CG 1) 
of oedato property fraeiiag m 
fert on the East skfe of Ebb Tide 
Road begfamtag at a point ISO fert 
NMth of I^H»e Ihive, a c^ith of 
UO fert aka^ tiie Norfiiem anl 
Souteni property Itoe, «id a width 
ef 188 fert along the Eastern prop- 
erty Itoe. L^nnhavMi Borov^ 

X Appik!rtk» of Betty A. Brown 
ht a chu^ of zonh% from Resi- 
dence Subuitan I^ct 3 (R« 3) 
to Lknited Cdmmerdid Dirtrwt 3 
C4i S) of colato property lo(»ted 
the NiMTtiiwert intersertkn of 
Rea^ Avenaie iffld Grnat Neck 
Road. Wonting 160 fert more or 
len on the West akk of Grert 
Neck Road, fronting 280 fert more 
or less on tile North sMe of Rea- 
pm Avenie, k depth of 160 fert 
nmre <^ less akiig the WestHH 
pnfWFty Une, and a; wkitii of 280 
feel Baaie at lese on tiie Northern 
^n^NTtylU^ Lyanhaven Borou^ 

XI. Appltoation^ fiM>rth ftir 
zdl «Dd W. 0. Godl^ for a 
chai^ d »toii% from ftendence 
SdbuibBa District 4 (R-6 4) to 
LkBked Commercial Distrirt i (C- 
L 1) ttid Cteho-al Commsdai Dto- 
t-tot 1 (C-G 1) and a Use Pemdt 
to <qierate a gaadbie siq^ rta- 
ti<ai: 

Pored 1 to be C-G 1: Fronttog 
370 feet /OB Qie Eart side of Firrt 
Odcu^ Road begiuyng at apdrt 
178 fert mob or less North of 
Lautd Drive, a depth of 3S|5 fert 
akng tiw EJaat^n property Itoe 
(30 fort ri#it of way), a deptii of 
20? fert'mwre or less along the 
Noitom pi^erty Itoe (sakl parcel 
bei^ trtai^dar to slnpe). 

Pared 3 to be C-L i: Crttato 
property frcattog 320 fert «i Ae 
Bart side ol Firrt Cdoniai Road, 
a (hftii of 807 fert mwre or less 
atol^ tiia SouUiem poperty line 
(Nsrthem pn^ierty Ime of Pared 
1), a depth of 377.16 fb^ akmg the 
No(ihe^,pr()fcrty line, md a wiAtii 
of io itt j^ orWak»g the 
EnitNn proprtty Une. Lynnhaven 
Borou^ 

XQ. i^pUcation d United Mort* 
gagsf ftrvtotog Cerp^ation by 
Jdm James, MSanty fwa dm^ 
of aitokfg from Reddoioe Sdbur 
ban Dirtrirt 3 (R^ 3) to Umited 
C^MomnM IMitrirt i (C^ l) m4 
a Use ^reoft to opmfe a lewi^ 
freaiBMrt ^m on certato proper- 
ty bOiiirad on tiie South ^ dU 
Viifiiya Beadi Road, borifered <n 
jte Eart by Bhxhi«dc Bond mi 
property of others, bordered on tiie 
NOrtfa bf Bkiovk Aer«s. a 58 
fert eaaqnent ind propety of 
otiiors; bordered <m tiie Wert by 
Great N^ Creek. Contatatog 56iai 
a<a«s. M<re detailed ii^kMntotien 
to tiie (^oe of tiie Ctty Flaanfi^ 
Gwrnnisakm lynnhaven Bcrtx^ 

an. AppUcation of Rardd W. 
James by John Jan^, Atteni^ 
for a change <d loning fr«n (toe* 
Fmnily Reddoio! IMrtrict (Rrl) 
to Two-IVaaoity Reai^noe Di^pM 
(R^) m the fodon^ pm^- 



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Pwod 1: LoU 24. S, and 86, 

teln pMpiaty liHinl rt te Sa^* 

Avrnue and l^ Stiertfra^ ^ 
fert on the Eart ^ rf Materft- 
9eu Avenue ft<iililgai fert on 

^ 4ipft of Wf^ dong tte So^ 
tn pAinrty Vm, 8 vrtM of ?5 
fert akng tin IMmI propnty 
line. : • 

l^tfed 2: Lots 31 »d SI. bkick 
107, Plat rt Lakewood, frontt^ SO 
fert w the South rtde of 13th %«rt 
bagh^i« rt a potot Eart of Cm* 
{dm AvMue. a depth of 148 fert 
akng the EaUsn ud We^rn 
property Unas, and a wkkh «^ 88 
fort along tfie Souihan peoptsij 
nm. Vbi^ Beadi Borouj^ 

SV. Api^eation of ftnoe Gal- 
kp and Junes Coi^es for a du^^ 
m aoatag fr«m OMnmfly Red- 
dnce mrtrirt (Rl) to General 
Buatoess Urtrirt (fr3) of Lote ». 
m, 88. and m, Hedi 38. ftadow- 
tonn m^ frontii« 120 fert on 
tim North dde of 8^ Strart b^fai- 
ttag rt a petat 90 fert Sart of 
Caspian Annie, a d^ rt lOO 
fert ak»^ tiie Ei^era and Wert- 
am prapoty Une. and a widtii 
of 110 fert akng tin Northern 
property Itoe. Wix^im BmA Bat- 
TV. ^^plication of PenAmke h^ 
veatnuaK Corporrtkn for a change 
of Bonfaig from Resklenoe adMirben 
DWrkt 3 IR-S 3) to Generd Coo- 
mot^ial Distiirt 1 (C-G 1) and a 
Uy Pomit to operrte a gpoline 
supi^ stoUm on aieiaia prsperty 
looted rt the Smitiieart toter8»^ 
tion of Viiftoia Beadi Boidevard 
and todepcndeice Boulevard, front- 
iag 285 fert ,on tiie South side of 
^Srgtato Beadi Boulev«^ fttntmg 
289 fert on tiie Eart side rt Inde 
peidaice Boutovard. frontii^ 225 
fert on tiie Nortii side of Ponttoc 
Street and a d^ of 2S0 fert 
aixmg tile Easten property Une. 
Bqrdcfe Borou^. 

XVI. Applkation of Horace Cis- 
loia, Firedmdt NiywUtano. RnxUto 
(Wvieri and Armon OUvieri by 
Owen and Gi^. Attorney for a 
Use Permit to oporate a gasdine 
sm^ly stotion (» the foltowi^ 
parcels: 

Pored 1: The Nortiieart irta^ 
sectkm of Virginto B^tdi Boule- 
vard aid C(n8tituti(m Drive taair 
tog 300 fert od the North side of 
Virgtoia Beadi Bodevard, fruit- 
tog 211.62 feet on the Eart skfe 
of Oonstito^ I^ive. a dej^ of 
906 fert along tiie Nodhom pn^ 
arty Une. and a widtii of 2^1.62 fert 
akng the Eastern property Une. 

Pared 2: The Norihwert toter- 
sertton of Vk-ginia Beadi Boule- 
vard and Independowe Boulevard 
froiUing 200 fert on the Nortii skie 
rt Virginia Beach Boulevard, fron(- 
ing U7.68 feet tfi tiie Wert side of 
Iadq>end«ce Boulevard, a depth 
d 900 feet akmg tiie Nm1b(»ii pop- 
erty Une. and a widtii of 1UJ7.60 
fert akaig the Wedem {Hxqperty 
tea. 

, Pared 3: The Northeast i^Her- 
sertkm rt Indepradence B(mlevard 
md JtKidbo Road fronttog 166 fert 
on tiie Eiart side rt Indepaodaice 
Boilevard, frwttog 174.36 fert on 
tiie Nrnlh skfe of Jeridio Road, a 
JKMh rt 191.06 fert ak>z« tiie 
EMtem ^^opecty Itoe, and a widtii 
of 168.15 fert along tiie Nortii^n 
fnopcrty Une. Qayside Borwigh. 

XVH. A^Ucrtton rt Peaixcke 
Sqdare Associates by Owen and 
Giiy, AttoniQrs fw a Use P^mit 
to rtierate a gudine supply rta- 
tkm on tiie foUowing parcels: 

Purcd 1: Soutiieart mtersectitm 
at Indepoidaice B(Hitevard and 
JMime Strert frtaiting 210.02 fert 
on tiie Eart side of ImtepoM^ce 
Bwilevard. fronting 200.68 feet on 
the South side of Jeaniw Street a 
d^ rt 223 feet dong tiie Earta^n 
ptiigerty Une. and a widUi <A 200 
fert a^ong the Soutiieni property 
Une. 

Pareel 2: Nortiwrort interaection 
of \^^a Beach Boulevard and 
Constitutitm Drive fronting 200 feet 
« tiie North side rt Virginia 
Beadi Boulevard and tiie' West 
^e rf Constitution Drive. A dis- 
tance rt 200 feet along the North- 
era and Western property llm. 
Bayskie Borough. 
• XVin. AppUcation d Lance 
.Realty CaporaUpn (f(«n«rty 
G«»^ Halstad) for a donge of 
zoning frcm Resklence Dujdex Dis- 
trirt 1 (R4> 1) to Multiple Family 
Residafce Dirtrict (R-M) and a 
Use Permit to construct 00 apart- 
mert units (m certato propoty 
frtontias ^ feet on tiie Soutii side 
rt GuiBi Hdl Jkiw, begtontog at 
a pdnt 212 fert m(N% or less E|ast 
di Oceana Boulevard, a dqith oi 
836 f^ mcMTe or toss do^ -tiie 
Wertan pn^rty line, a width 
rt 327 fert nkfe or less akng tiie 
Scwtiian property line, a de;^ 
(d 3(11 fert more <x le^ dong the 
Btostem property Une. Omtaining 
3 acresR mrte at fen. Princes 
Anne Bomi^. 

3BX. Ai^Uatton d Jeffo^nn 
FrdemSimi Insttoitton Incorpor- 
ated ty Thanas C. Broyles. Attor 
n^ fiir a Use Pemiit to (^rate 
a pri^^te sd»d tm c«tato prt^ 
ertyfroi^ii^ 347.7 fert on flie 



mnm 



ItorA dde of Qride Drive b^ 
#g at » fd>t #7 J7 fart N«Ji 

ol TMktn >iirt (tfouu omu 
DrtvaK HMtti m deptii of 408^ 
atav tte Wastem l^'V^^ 
a nf ^twrt iMrtaac^ of impi nrt 
dl^-i^ NortiiBm propeity Une, 
ml a tsrii^ Md durance rt M-^ 
fert dfmg te Eastern property 
Itoe. Copteini^l 8.14 acres. Lynn- 



Afjiti r-**"' of W. B. S. 

Chw4r f* a d»n^ 0* "^""""^ 
fram Ooeramay Beddence IMs- 
trirt (R-1) to Mohipte Pamiy Res- 
idenee Oatrirt (R-3> and a Use 
l^nrtt to oanrtnirt 72 apartment 
i^te on certato iKt^rty fronting 
MM fert «n the Nortfi tkie of 
ISOttop lUad, banning rt a point 
388 fert Wert rt Padft; Avenue. 
A eonbtaed mmee d 256.5 feet 
akng tiie Western property line, a 
coO&ied dUiMBce of 378 feet n»re 
fft 1^ akng the Nortliern pn^rty 
Itoe, and a (Kxrtiined distamre of 
mM fert akng tte Eartera prop- 
«ty Une. Vhiinta Beach Borough. 
JOOf V. n»T^SS. City Cl«rk 
^•. MfldredU Henley. DC. 

I2*2t 



VIRGINIA: 1> 

b the Circuit Court of tiie (My 
d Virginto Beadi (» tiie 29tii (^ 
d November, MB. , 

ONer ef PoUtcetioa | 

bn &)€ mattor rt 
WILUAM RUFFIN BRYANT, 
a minii^ po-scn. f 

In tiie matte- d ti« Petition'flf 
Eti^ CoUier Bryant for an order 
^>irf4;^iAiiig tiirt William Ruffto 
Srynt is inrsumed to be dead, 
«Ucfa said ai^rik^Aran is filed, and 
it appearing to tiie Court tiiat Wil- 
Uam Ruifto Bryant reskkd in tiie 
City d Phoebus, now part of ttie 
City d Hamptrtt V^gtaia, and 
thrt be wcrt tiier efrcnn and Inis 
nrt returned to tiie State for s^ven 
yours sucoesdvdy, and has npt 
been head d stoce, ffiid tiie Court 
bdng satisfied that tiie ai^Ucant, 
Etiid C^oDier ftryant, would be his 
wkkw were he to fart dead, it is 

ORDERED tiiat said appUcation 
d Etiid OoUier Biyant shdl be 
puUished onee a week ft^r fo^ 
suoseative wedts in tiie Vfa^^ 
Beaeh Son, a new^aper pubUshed 
to the City, d Virginia Beach, and 
tiiat notice be given tiiat on the ^ ^ 
l«h day rt January. 1906, which / 
is two we^ rtter' tiie final ad- 
vertisem^ rt said notice to tiie 
said n&fispagpN, the Court wiU 
hear evid^ce concerning the al- 
leged absoice d the 9iH)osed cfiir 
cedait-dnl the drcunirtiay^rtMi 
durrt&m tiirert. sad m ^M is 
directed 16 puiOished a c^rttfled 
c^y of this Oder as Uie notice 
required to tiie sakl Vtogfek B«h^ 
Sqa. '■"*•■ -'^^ 

A Ccipy^Terte: 

JCfflN V. FlWraESS, aerit 

By: Dwis S. HaD, D.C. 

12-2-4t 



COMlK^NWEAl.'ni OF VOtGlNU 

bi &e dolf s Office d tiie Cir- 
cuit Court rt the City d Virginia 
Seacii, on the 26tii <fay d Novem- 
ber, 1965. 

Older d pnbUcaltod^ 

THELMA D. VICK, Plaintiff, 
against 

DAVID W. VICK. Drfendant. 

The object d this suit is to ob- 
tiato an annulmnit frnn the said 
drtendant, i^xmi the grounds rt 
marriage nrt consummated. », ^ 

And an offidavid having been 
made and filed that the defj^- 
ant's last known address beu^: 
c/o Mrs. "David Vick, Sr., Ben- 
netts Pasture Road, Suffolk, Vir- 
ginia, but after diligent search 
tiie platotiff has been unable to 
locate hkn, it is ordered tiiat he do 
aippear here within ten (10) days' 
rtter (toe prt>licatkMi hereof,, and 
do what may bie necessary to pnn 
trt^ Us taiterot in tiiis suit. \ 

A cofry— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. *' 

By: Mary M. Wiite, D.C. j 

Brydges k Broyles, p.q. ; 

1369 La-km Road [ 

Virginia Beach, Virginia « 

12-2^^ 

— — • — ■ _ — t 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA^ 

In tiie Clerk's Office of the Cir-J 
cuit CkMirt of tiie City (rf Virginisu 
Beach, on tiie 28th day of Novan4 
ber, 1965. 

Mdo- rt PoUtoation 

VICTORIA SPESJiMAN LAiMB, 
Plaintiff, againrt 

CLAUDE Z. LAMB, Defendant.' 

The objert rt, fliis' suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vhKtoto matrimonii 
from the said drtendant, upon the 
grounds of desatim 

And an rtfkiavit having been 
made and fQed tiirt tiie defendant 
is a non-resident d the SUte of 
Virgida, tiie lart known post crffice 
adcfrew being: Bro(*lyn, New 
York, it Is (vdered tiiat he <fc apv^^ 
pear hare witidn toi (lO) days 
rtter Ax pdidi<s^kn herert, and 
do what may be Mcessary to pro- 
tert his mt«ert to tiiis suit. 

A cqjy— T^te': >^ 

JOm V. FlSfTRESS, (Seik. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. f 

Paul W. A(^isi, p.q. 
2413 PacMic Avemie 
Virgtoto Beach. Vu-ginia 

. , 12-2-4t 



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prfflOB" -to"* 
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All. lSA1^«erWii trw^ 

Mrteanca tttnto 

^Btw^ Am (Meh of 
Birtt (ks oom^wi to ^ 
beram by IVflltaai T. Aittt. iltuite 
lad lying on te Itano iMd^ 
]etdii4 to ^^ Sfhwftome, tai 
Seabowd B«ra& Qlg ol Vfai^ 
^ Beteh. IME, boondtd and 
dncribed as Isioiwi: pa the Pltaf^ 
fay thelaad of fiiwst M. Oini^ 
en the Bast by the land «f WOUadi 
T. Butt. OB the SouQi &y iie Pub 
lie Road teaMng to Wmum, and 
OB the West bjr As land of Sraest 
y. omm, add iMd hi^g more 

ricularly descrilei tt Aomi 
the un-raoafM |iat (tf Joohu 
6. Moore, Com^ lurasw, dirtied 
Decefnber 21, tti, vli: 9^4|v 
at the PiMe ttni I9 mA, 
and ruooiag Nortfa 41*06' Cast 
170.4' to a post at iie Jatai B rfluu 
M two privattt roaA as paaM 
4b S. LaclEer,HS. M. Owens, md 
ijthers, to be uaad tai canmxn as 
a right lit wgy eat to ttat patik: 
road; thause South U'tT West 
S38^' to MariEod Gam, Eefeiwce 
Tree; tfMpee Boe^ 3*99 Bast M.r 
to the PoMe Amk! to rataiBoe; 
then South «*4r West M7J'*to a 
station; theaee Noith 7l*ai' Wvt 
181.8' to a itflttei teeet Itelll 
46°06' East IMT to pea^ Ae place 

d begifflung, raatab^g 14m 

ALL tHA^ eerfadn tnu^. piece 
or parcel of bud, dhi^, ^ing 
and beai% in the Qty gf Vbrguia 
Beach, State 4f V^ria, ia Sea- 
board Borot^ bouwM ai^ <^ 
scribed as ftdkws: On &e Skrtii 
by the land aoid by V. T. Butt 
to Isaac HuncQe; oo the Eaii 1^ 
W. T. Butt, on the Soi^ )qr M^ 
• "^jiCfio ifae Weit^la 
Umdp irineily H. Baraea n^ T. 
Warded, said kori bring bounded 
by Osiam and diitwew aqeoi^ 
ing to a survey thereof itnade by 
J. G. lioore, Cou^ fiirveyor, 
Febi:uary IS, ms, and bah« 
knomi as Vkt "C owtfafeiii^ S 
»:res, mere ot hM. • ' 

T^mi d mim Cas^ 

The hi^ett bklds liaH dipoi^ 
with tiM %Mdal Cnmnrisirinnfr at 
the time of the sale itf hasi iMi 
(10%) percent of his ind. &e 
balance of tte purchsoe p^toe to 
be paid wUUb tn (10) diQBi. 

' 'SBoms c. raoYiEs 

S^iedal CkanmisBJonw 
I-CERUFY that tht Nnd re- 
quired by ttia. stim Decree has 
bera given I7 4w Special Com- 
missiono'. 

X]m V. FSNpiSS^ Clsrit 
By: Ifaiy If. Uttdte. D.C. 

12'Mt 



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m^ «r tti Ql|r «f %itfa 
BMdC « the Mb dqr rf ||ow» 

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MQE. 

W«r MK Wtt. PrfMtlanl 

H* a#et of flik iuft ^ to «^ 

tato a #wos anstM at tara 

to^haMaraMi^ tato a Averoi 

a ^^eMa MMBoid Nm tte ^d 

i^aalhpl^oaiMiaofde- 





Id flat tM •» itfnd- 

«#« hat taom addnas Ww 
l^RsarlM, 'H.'WmA, ffegl- 
ia, and that dne a^aee has h«n 
iiaed igr and 00 behatf ollhi CQBir 
•Wuil li aaeariHn hi whfeh 
ooHitr or eotponMoB the ielesd- 
set is ^iMmt 4h(^ it is Merat 
tet ha do aifiir he« wi& ton 
(M dqp lAer due pdMcatioR 
anddoiAttflM^ ha aae- 
to pMtael Ms totonit hi 

mm 
Jcwi V. tmmm&, ctek. 

B|^ M^ M Hfette, D.C. 
L. Charl» Itaplace, p.q. 
One Main Plasa East 
NocfioBc, VirgWa 



comiONWEAL'ra or vmcoaA 

la te Oeik's €Mee el the Ck^ 

eiiieMBt #tte caty «f VbgMa 

•saA^aatkaWhiayif 
ber. IMS. 

Order ef 



Qttoa 

J» «^ is MMswy to 

aAoneeatpe^farioigfa gaBsh w 
veeb to ^ iniji»ila llipll IhlS « 
BfMpapcr pmno m is Q^ ot 

rk^uu bma» vli^. 

A Qip^WMe: 

xm\ mrttai^cssriL 

%: Itey IL lAtte, D. C. 
^ A. Af^i^^ ^hk^ and 
PMrA^ 
Altan^pa nr 

iiemH, fByi^w 

«lt4t 

.■ . -. . ^ . ... . . — . -. ■ -. i ■» 

m tta Ctaiira Ottee af »e 4k^ 
eaKOSBrt 4 Mm Oty el Vk0Hh 
as tta Ml day af N««Bi- 



Ite flbtHi «C Mm aA Ja li #- 
l# ft dNBM A. ^nito IMll- 

mm iNMlb aC ««• yain m^ 



Snrgln^ fkmh $m, "rtiunday, D«»fnfe^ 9, 1 



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f^iatlfr. 



mimMs E. somsDB, 



GHQSLliA VILSON WMStOf. 
DefeDtkMt 

1^ dbM of this Slit is to d>- 
tain a ikvoioe a vioculo nurtri> 
auoV tan IN saki Mwdant, op- 
on the grounk of two years 'separ< 



mum miasm Bomjmx, 

Defco^H^ 
the ol^lNSt «l<hia «il fa «r4b- 
a dNwoe a vtaodo miM- 
■MoH fr«ea the aald dafeaiiDt. 
i^en Oe groundb oLdeaeitfar and 
o«er MRi yfetfa sepfi«SaB. And an 
tm»n bMag btan mada aftd 
fflad ttat ttemriHit toann- 
reridot af the SMa of VMaia. 
Sk lot iBKMn post 4Pce amsa 
beti^: 2314 firttcb Avenue. S. E., 
Wf^ung^. D. C. it is (»^red 
that she da t^^m here wifthi hm 
(W) ^ ttbm . jue pMbUeatlo 
her»]f . am! do vtA may he secee- 
a- • t-^ -r'^eot !»«■ nt^a* in th- 



ta net a reridiaft if Iha Mli «( 
the tan kM«B ptfl 4- 
addnaa talng: G«m^ M- 
ttvery. WdNa. Ott«^K ii; 
oraeiad ttit dba oft appaar BMf^ 
wMto m (M) dap ate daa p^ 
hcatke tereof, and do wh sl WMy 
beflseaaavy topniact hsr toinraat 
hittssHit 
A oopy-IMa: 

xmy. fwnoss, dark 

8y J. CMHcJfott. Oipnty Osrfc. 
Bry<||iB A Bnyiea, Allya. 

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IttNTAI, REAL ESTATE 




to Vfar^nia Beach. 

Moras 

an ttMM tOB^orary 

aMUVeukirt to you. 

tm tatorrtow and pb 



Street 



sj?-tfa 



FtntNiaflSD apartmot — Uvo^ 
roam, hatbooBBt UtdbeBMa, nft 
A lai|e ctoaM. C^xnf(Htable, d^n 
w«l feaatod, oiitrd tocaaoa. N^ 
mmm. !■ par moi^. Wats' fat- 
nisbed. CaU «MM or «»ia7. 



LONDON BRIDGE - US Gale- 
wooQ AvMiie. FiBsidiad ooe be^ 
room apartmcite. Wi^ar fumislie^ 
IBS per nMntb. Mr. DeHart. m^ 






mAmHoam - im mmi. tm 

squB^Mat OHBaal teas, drive to 
door, olioe. tottat. ^ aonMy. 



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And an alMtvit hsNim 
made and filed that Ike deienttat 
la a aoKanda^ of Ae Stota of 
^hgnia. te bit la»wn poat dBoe 
addreea b^: ifM AlUMIc 
AvaBai^ BiwHuyn, new xar«, k b 
ordered AM d^ do afipear ban 
wMUa tea CM' days sitor due pi^ 
Uoiien hereof, sod d» iriaaA ma^ 
be aeoeasary to protect her iitofvrt 
to diis suit 

A eof^-'FlBte: 

JOHN V. FEa^TRESS, Qerk. 

BY: Ji Qfftis Fruit, DC. 
BijuHpW A Broyles 
BBB Laskin Road 
Vh^Ua Ba«:h. Vhrgbiia. 



yanEtasAi 

M Mm Oeifc'B Oflbe Wmar- 
erit Oa«( af Ae (% ef Vbftala 
Beach, m AriMh d^ al Navcm. 
bcr* MB> *! 

iN(aA2«dsinr 
mmm mom wmm!m> 
mi 



V ■'B.TOF4i. Clerk 



U'V^ 



a Vugh^a 



emmmmtuojm mmmmmK 

In Ihe Clerthi Ofltee A *a Or- 
\ rmg% if Ae City al Tkgtoto 

Owier af Pahltottoa 
LOUS li. OASON, 

Haintiff 
agah* , 

FKYop: L. k»am. 



It^ o^abt of tti a4tt M( to ahtato 
a -divorce a vfaw^ '• ni^iiiaail 
torn Ibe aaid ilifiii|iiy.M|ii|ii te 
pouRds af tiSmammSm de- 
nrtton and iriMldiiipaid f|r ;« 






G»Mmeakn, etc 
Comptatoantn 

V. 

MARIAN BROWN TOi«ll«De, 

ET AL&, .Besp(»4aita, 
iNsr ef n^Meatli 

Hie eNwt of the afeow a s(^ 
s^ to to ooniitnie Ihe hllB0!a|idc 
wil of Rob»t Eaaton ^wnsend, 
deeaastd. And, it afpaartof by H- 
fldavit Vied acoordliK to hwdigt 
BJMhe^deQastoo. Jack Edawja 
and I^i^ny Edward^ lu^iuudMHs 
to &» abavea^^ luit, ua aot 
resideato of Ms state, itto, the» 
tore, OitbiaiED tiiat the aaid 



periadfli nsMtAM^ 
And a» «l|di^l 
BMdeand filed that tha 
to a noD res^iat <<|»t ^ <rf 

»^a ^as^^Vf ^^•ww a#a^a^ .^^b^^f^ ■$. _^^^^i^^ww^ 

has, been wad on dto part af tte 
oompliJnaBt to aaoertihi to «^(s 
uourt^ gf>- oonoiMill ' tbe defen- 
datt k irWndt atfact, die last 
hB0iBa pqpi afiea'«dilMB being: 
% Mbam^nm^mii. Vir- 
gMftBandh. Vl^di^ ft is oniend 
oat idle do app^ ^e wHUi tea 
(U) days ai^ due pi^^cMion 
h«nof, and dp wi^ nosy be aena- 
sfiy to protect tar totnest ih tUs 
suit 
A copy— TsalK ■ —^ 
JOHN V. JlillWS. Ckrk. 
By:^. CorttoPaOt/^.C. 
fln^ Una. Legont SdnNm It Ptoe 

!tof<^ liifbiia ^ 

/ . ■ . K: :/. , iWMt 

. W,, i i. 't.iiH > i' 'ifi ii ^iw ill - •' 

SmoNi^^^nmvnpDaA 

ndt Cent of the City ef Wq^iMpi 
Beii^ mtbi IM diy aH^fem- 



tm^SSSm or y. mm 
u 4ttmH| dMi'a 

aeeoiai il ladto I 

BuMxa oTfte aMe dfV. Hsfte 

KeUam. deceased, od of the debto 

nd ilaiiiHiti 1 

testW^iiMKWrs 

of dM iMrt; aal Mmort iNh 

qiialtti»*i«i of fill 
liotton of SaAe SciMp^mi, & 
ecobix d tde ^tiTof V. Hope 
Key«|.Daeaaa«.itk - . 

OiMlRalllial the e^mm ol 
nd ai ottti MmaM Ife ito 
i^n»dd eaito H dWNAniit « 
usy they c«d, ob tte 7lb day of 
Ji^ary^^^^ttM, at ito Ooort Boom, 
i^atoat Ae pi^neot and deHve^ 
of the Estate of V. Hope KeOam, 
Deceased, to die togatoe named to 
hk ^rai heretofore iMPohatod to tiie 
derk's CtStx oi Uiis Owrt, #idi- 
otA re(!pring reiuni&^ bonk: wd 
it k ftadtor 

omoaBD dHt the 
portion of thk Ord^ be 
'■n the V!r^ato Be^ib 9in^» a 
weik tor wkf aMoUdflvaMBt. 



9IAU. iDld earrtog tost to trteto- 
tty al nft Bt A BottMk. CaU 



y»wl i d P ama|a 




any, MMl^raaD; 
iad#. At dieWtoo. 
tak#MAlflb.te 




ef (Mer diildrai desires 
to gift (8- antk^ 
^, Ubrwy » sdiod ofike. Typ- 
ti4, U|^ jrixM-diand. fHiU or pwt 
ttee. HMWf. 1M« 

wl4 INdfton Wantad— Mala 

tUALiraa) IHACHER. IWortog 
ta a^ bamft Sarandtoy or de- 
RNOttfy gt&dm. Sirturdtoys onfy. 
CaH^HM. lH4t 



oe^^A-taaaa 

meat Vka^ storage. RasUeatfat 

weft near baae toa, torfs yard 

Owner, 



LOW wi^er rates until Jtoai M, 
or yaaAg. Aka monthly, baeitod 
to the b^yrt of die baaiii, Q«ur 
ecana toat ^Mni Ift^rQn 

APARTMEafTS or rooms. fhsMs 

(X mmith^. Heated. All uUlMes 

tondshed. ^ly Town Rome Mb- 

jtel, m Mth Street iOU-Ua 



OrPKX: — London Mdge, MC 
Gr^t Nedi Bead. Two reon^ witti 
beet tochiM. IM per mo^. Mr. 
Oaitort-MMm. IfMfii 



Wn Vlr^ida Bcadi Bo^«ffd. 
Offtoeanl rekdl iton ^^attanuU- 
alde. Ifoand new, beui^, two 
story elei^ted tau^Ung. Umi&y to- 

ad Prtacee Ame I^oa. oi By 
ler Realty. MMMm or HMm. 



lum^ 



BOMS 




CNFTiCE SPACE FXtfl llXiT: Air- 
wdied. CaU 42»«a3. UrIMt 



lis Rant or Sala 



tt^NE!S«NlCpS 




PM * BufldSng Si^pHae. 



Itiel 
Inc. 
tfo 



9t BmH and tiippltoa 

ll-PT. Qmm& CttOa Cruker. 116- 

1^ Gtoysla- Crown-4aiip>t(>-SbQter 

FuQy equl^^. Pmr fidl 

call 34M84B after 5 

m 

MBtCHANDISE 



'Studto ^partA^it, lurtfahad^ 

eluding dl aUUties. 

conditioned. Good 
j telA of aevMty five' Affiis (|I5.- 

«/ pil moad! Can OB-SSK or 851- 
1 i8t W-WMC 

One ttid two bedro.^m funiii^ied 
^laitmMi*. Yasf round. Ci^ 

mm* i:t mum 



90 ArficlM Por Sala 




' t^'l»>T*T>^ (MC »>l Kr»ky Ik»r bn»ce. 

.4 ^Mdaltoe to kttdwn ^tnets, f^nwd draii. auu euvai&t,.v>... v.«a 
noQw imiffoveeMBto and any , flrei Good cpntUtiea. Mr^ DeHart 
type fl# shop ««*. <k» ?•■#► -^mm. 9»«ll, MMWl, 



9f C. Curtis F1^. Depoty t3erk 

u-aHt 



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b die»'CMt Osot of the 
of Vir^a^ Bevdi: OttHhn 
di^ of NiiveMbar, UM6. 

Bi the matter of t hig gatite of 
MAWIARET W. W^EiaW 



Al^Mfl K>NMgAi>S 

ADDITIONS. ALIERATKWS - 
R^lactog BoK Jm^ aiKi ^Us. 
pcnrches aad atoil. l^va your 
buildUii proUeas to m. |ober. 
ao yean araeriMMb fhask you. 
B. p. B^T^UkUm. 8-»4fn 

warn AND SOM 

BuikNMwMMriteinodMimi 

We win bnfld your dream home 
or ntohe your pr e amt one a 
dream to Vm in. Bank inne- 
lag. Dki «7-M]* aoythBa. 



GE»KAL 

AB %ppa ^ home . _ 

k famo*tt« 'P>#>8 "P^ 
and i'i i ! | rtf»*i«»« ALL WORK 
GUiffiAm^lD. Bank finsDctaig. 

cm ifr.,storam. m-rni «mi- 




It i^eark^ tluA' a Mqpait df 
die acoounto d Vlrgfadt NaHoidi 

BmI' JBit^: el> Ite^pMl VU ^MmIk 
er, Deoeued, and die Mto add 

tta siid^aM MittMi itt ib 
SMaqdia tons diipaed akee dia 
<|aiWiratto« 

ofttiaaaid 

daeedoit. H k OBOCP^Jhat dl^i 

ad to te btiie of JiaiiprBt Wi 
IHnator.Dacaaaad, dt^# e|{S^ 
tf w^. thay cm on (he ard ily of 
December, flS. before dik eiw^ 
tf its ciiidroom agatost ^ifmat 




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!^'«?ECTORY ^ — 




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Ifo # ourwOTk OBrstfip. Citt 
ter ftda artMHtoK/MA 



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HAneiNG and Heating r^pidrs. 

kttdiep«< MDMbli^ iimvi to- 
ataOfid. F\o| ftat eHii^ aft W. 

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eptteatoft CaU «b.^ MNfii 



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Cooereto j^actog «id 
cui^ vork; IQ4c 
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parchai^ free 
OUi ^yttooe. 



^M^PWiMM 



BRICK 
FILL 



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I ^1^ tAnnlMir and 
BiflkUQi Mitwiali 

I^WRiCKil^ 
CO,/ INC. 



l^yudiawm Sssd, 
SMfi eve^igL 



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C^ittractonlt QMRe 
Let OB help you «Mi Hat naw 
boma — aMdoiii ~ or rep^n. 
W« i«| taidA BttofMi ft«te 
to attfe inlaid yon to 




Mir Am REPAIR WORK 
- itoadng 

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nto^. Svv« euatoraaei ||^ ^y ol 
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htoM. IPHte «Hd^ Pfodueto. 

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mmX to p. 0,91m • STAT- 

ma iM, Essi0m^ and 

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Pill IrtI -ilffi fc. iB^fwa 

f^Miiil #. S Bien |ii«ihlM# ior 

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b»ittlMv6 MM caii» lotodad 



flREIf^D — amttigam and ma- 
pia. W aetd aai|>ltt. CaU mm» 
for d^ery. 



CAOSf PACfB 

I cm afHf poleet pM Di^oat 
an iqfIm . . . liJB squ«e yud. 
9m4bfaa^, ^^mm aykn • - HM 
atoupe }«^ # ooiors. Call Bir. 



MAOB^: In like new 
a&l/m Makes buttoe- 
fioey rtttdies, and ^tb$, 
Wte, ham^ P«ty s»f asrame pay- 
mo^ of $11.14 montoly «- pay 
eenaptoto balap^ of jRftm. fFm 
dettfk uid n^ere naa write: 
Natiomd'a Oedit Dept, Box SU. 
Vtogtaifc U-Mt 



jlPfWIA'nc U8S 
ttSICPi Zlft4IAG 

BaMdiU imKtton. Na attach- 
to mdce bt^ 
iic. Taike 
over 6 {MgnBHoli (d 17.10 er 96.10 
oA. Ga& BOW. Qwdit dqiwtnatf 

'- " ' f 111, mil I I I 



fSHouaatipM Oao da 

— iWWpW— 'Hi"" '■ ' ' ' ""* 

fat tbo^teit iwnllure tvholirta^ 
^ «ld re^shbii call 4» 
m. Jpop I^Midvtag Ca^ 
tm^maik maA Baolevafd 
t^ amiatoa-^ieh^ip and der 
Vtmjf, MffK nd uae^ fundtura 

tJWiii 



1O0lK>OMlfORi&IT"" 

FURMSUEii noom tor neit. 9ri- 
vate batti A wtrance. IS.SO per 
week-year wnl CaM «M017. 



t BOmoOMS. tOfOffV HME 
LIVING ROOM. MODERN KTTCB- 
EN AND BATH. MCHfTO-Y Oil 
YEUALY RENTAL. miOCKS 
FIWM nCEAN. CONVBNlEm' 
TO FT. «?POHY AND OCEANA 
,'.A.S. CAU- 587-4n6. IF NO AN- 
JWIR CALIi B^K Dl M(m^ 
ING. MA 

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be»^ and buaa^ titli not tor ^ 
th or adL P^ |no OBd 
piymeirts of |V |er 
moBdi. OwiMr win h^ f^iioa. 
C^ Stt-ilM anytime »l#tto 

■■•■if—"— HWIMWIHI!"— »•— |i»*"^M™^« 

ttAL ESTATE FOR Mi 

. .vuyMM For Sahi 

Vllbb^lMA mmUa-uwm^ !«.«»- 
boffaood near CaviAar BatoL 
QiMfflt Early Aroerksa Mdek wilb 
stote twit, to beattftfid aetBB|> »» 
4 bedrooiM, 2^ badtt, 00119 fed. 
Under $40,000. CaU 43MM1 Prank 
Atkiiisuii Real Esiate, Mh A^At- 
iaoL* A%a.t^i^'W^ BoMh. 

I S and « badroom. S b^. hriek. 

j RaiK± ffiid 2 stiHy htem. G4-. 

F.H.A. fi&ancmg wattBUb. Qdl 

I Ant^u' Rm^ aoyttoia. 49^|a. 



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AffuMed. INir ib(9pfaig ootor 
aiMt boadL On 2 aa^K woo^ 101 
Ftoei^md Joad. Ucs. Walkar, IIO- 
— ll^aMto 



1 1M Hoi^, ^rvM^M 
or iMui^ihtcl 



1 bedroom- 186. 2 bedroom 475*1113. 
3 ba&oem ^a^l i OB. Anchor Moat 
ty. 1»'fm anyttane. l»ttfD 



mm OCBim. 2 badiodlw. Prt 
vito ckiplex. Ccmveid^ eoq^ own 

pvking. Siort toose. CaU i»^ 
or 48dSfi. U-il-tfli 



115 I'touaaa — Pwmlrfiod 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Near 
am^ beadL Sm& oetti^ fur' 
nkbed. No dqwslto. |80 moadi. 
Con|le oidy. !to peto. IMMlii 

CUSSIFIED DUPUy"" 
INSTRUCTK»^ ^ 



Gim &id|s Bl ttn».i 

1^ badi homos on m aen 0m, 

AMJIA to fi&M. 

hsmm waixit rcmg - mk 

tini^fiinii IBftahia Mw tadok 
homes, tkma ba^«M 1^ ttip 

^^o^^^^P* *^iA^Bpa|. tK^^m apa^Baa^^^^j ai^o^F ^^^^^^ 

dty w^. ii7^ to i^^ti. 

DlVpiX - Qioai «l EttttaD Boi^ 
aad 'Oalijwwd Av%<i^i tod^ 
Tan iit^cf^$. E A. or 

ib Out^M i ^Sli OWt 910, Mfl, Mi* 
6IL ISiMte 

- nil I m ammmdmmmmmmmmmmm^^mmmm^^ 



TRiXLHrS 

19m LmU» Mh V«. BmI$ 
B«rtitar#n^lfdf aawM^ Blpi 



IV« 



Ui^m. 



S QSMI9DMI Mag room, 
coom, Utcben, badi. &st floor, 
yttd. Ceiliwrdent to sh(^)^qg. R^ 
i s whk yeaify fsnliid. Phopeow^ 
m - mmA or 4^41 9^0-tte 



cAa 




dPoeUy. tto. pay tor. ONt 
i btk ionn ^rant. SaliB^ 



ifAl^niiaitiTS ~ FUmidied ^t 
tfoigadjoMft Veaify or aaasmsL 
Sm» Mbc. 206 35di Sreet. 
as tt^ 4I84B3S. 

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adS Uil. ~ 



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pttlttce Bot iiirtUi!.' ^ wdf 
tato, j«id hdp t»kllm, have a- 
MA MMat I IplMlg deaire and gT«|d dottt-mi- 
^"'^^^•^ f ff3irto he aueaaJSTlM^ 

SsSftr^OogBD. Utthfitfitm Sidos 
Corp. Par tofoctnattoo call Joe 



CXMOnJenOLY AMuhed. 1 and S 
roona i^letonc^i. Some 'with wiA 
to twU oarpet, WK nxndily. in- 
c])#i£ water. CaB 42Me60 0^ 
mktnk »23-tto 

LUXURY SMP^mac siudto i¥>art^ 
mints for wito rental. Desi^ied 
for dkcrimtoa&Dg couples #r bn^ 
dors. 'Kitchen, dining ar%a, bar 
dWdK, and sw ta iPl l Wg ^ pool. .All 
utflitiea fumkhed. App^ BUJI^ 
^/Mfi^ LODGE, 2411 l^at^i 
Ail^Vf. >2»A 



HARDNN SCHOOL 

oFMuae 

Brbt0w Hardin. Director^ 
312 • SSlli Sti««t . 
Vtrgiwa Beach 



AlKnK)NS 



Auction Conipan' 



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Afl 
EXAM C<Hl^E 

Sut* LicawM P)r«fMaratoe^ 

ifagr .Oad -ttwkaii^ Glaa<^s 

daatat iMtrWsted By f^MMM 

tictac AHm«^ «y|_;A IJ$ 

caiuad Ra«4 £*%it<| VmAm^ 

COMPLETE COURSE-43S 



MERCHAND6E 



GOOO'LOCATIpN. Two JMrooms. 
too a mtMOh, yearly. C^ 42S- 

wpt'^BSim mat 



Ph-^Me 



t 



WOOD 

We O^er 
1237. Oceana Blvd. 

m»4sm 10-^dn 




itiftirt 







322 . 17tk Slveal 

VfrKinta, B«aafe 

PhaiM GA 8-4Mt 




ARr$ COMPLETI HOME SERVICC 
pmiiBm, wiww wisanift ^ repairb 
mum TmwvEmvas 

rwrne ^mmi 



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§m^ SUN, fNWirfl^, De^wA>er % 1965 



U 




lloUs from lyour 

Agrumlturol Agent 



t. It 13ICK" COCKRELL, JR, 



mCNTS WITHOUT PAITTMB 



■OOPVM: BABHURS ____' 

lUi tt tte ttaie of year wheo prcblene with mobhire in haoM 

mA hi torn ihejtert o«nir. In coW weather, moisture may condeose 

« Ktoiww wd othw cold wril or wlUiig «!<«». 

One way to eliirtnate this problem i» to let the inside of tti* buiM- 

ig b«»wic as cold as the outrtle. But this is not practice when we 

<lWiA to toep warm, and to keep pwflttV «<^ ^®^^*** **""• 

Aaottwr wi^ of sohring thi« proWem is by lae of vapor barriers. 
pilm ^i«r^i<tkifl tiiese. it may be wrt to explain tiie probCem by an 
waUfy. If yen open a bottle rf p«*ome inone comer of a room, U»e 
tritf«Ke wiB sooo pwroeate the e*rtr* vohmie of ^ to the. room, to 
tte same maimer, water vapor cQi&tm& ta the air wiQ mijT uniformly 
tte«i#Out the air in the room or fauHdilig. 

■Ae tendttcy of water ^^or to move from an area of hi^ (fia- 
Mib^ttoa to one of tow cOinntratiQrt is caused by water vapor vf^ 
mn, ttje more moisture air ooolatoa, the greater wiU be, the preswre 
fte moistore exerts. , 

DiBtig wtota- mwiths w*en the oiilsde air Is cold and ran h(*l 
mxkk km rooistiffe than the wann tir in^de, the v^wr pressure in- 
4oon wffl be h^iw ttian it te outdo(a-s. Watrar vt^ wiB sedt to find 
•Ms lajy to the cold outside air. llie vapor under presaa-e will pass 
ttroi^ the wdls <»- wiy surfece w^uch permits it tp move. 

Some materials (sudi as automobile tires and bdloons) do not air 
low lar or vif»r to pan throng Otii« materials. caRed vapor bar- 
xitfB, are wed in homes nd sumel sheRu-s to Avu down or preveiA 
v^ vi^iw from pM^ tlrnx^ wa& and otho- . Ruiaces. In addi- 
tfOB to vspor barriers, a comhInaHnn if tnn^^kMi and ventilation wil 
i«duw pidi^ans with moistore coodeosittiOD in rtnictiires. 

Some receit research hidings ghre a due m to the importance of 
a good vifiw barrier. A^ricuHund oigiBeers at the Univwrrity of Maine 
re|wtt <i»ft flie installation of a vapor twrier on the warm side of a 
mfl it very in^xxtait to keep moi^ure from condensing on the «^ 
' suifaces and in ttie inadation 



- Nela^&JC - tlii iietnd meet- 
ly d tha ree«^ M^fibed ^t- 
foBt Chaptir of PartMs wMioirt 
Partaiffs wiQ be hdd on Sinday. 
December IS. at liSO pjn. to ttw 
6oUm li^aEgle. Tlw dia{tor was 
oii|i^ced NDv«ndM- 14. 

Mrs. Iren Cohen U president; 



Mrs. Maila tmpf, vie* fre^ 
dent; Mrs. Ruth Coh«. troMonr; 
Mrit Ada ^ipky. aeowtary: vbA 
Mrs. PaiOa Adfr wA Join Wells, 
activity 



iflPH 



itty pttr^ wMipM a partn# is 
invited to H^. 



m 'mmm ^ 

aiddon 9!P«tf . A.< H. tmek #)v«r 
%ra£t^, N. T.. iMl JUl Eliair 
Bilh ahaaahan, n, to mumfmm 
mtA, Syracuaa, N. Y. 

fWrn aad Wa$ - GMifi 
Francis FiarUi), it., n. teuidc 
(htver, VirgiBia Saadi and fHai- 
da JuBa King, tl, fciy pmdi oj^ 
^ator. Virginia BaMh. 

M«e« and IfWe - V««*tt W. 



M|«i. »., li, b^im, hi(^ m^^^^^ 



M. t.. Aid lAMto Vn mm 

tMli aii deVI^^ - §tl^ 

Rl^pttl and OMii ViAnte 
dlWpl*, H, ite^ Vfrgtoia 



- Richard 

(kmme IfiAM, Jr.. Sft, mani^^ 
•Hdby rtiinlin;. Vfri^iria ttmfh aid 
Undi GWaen Dicktiioa, it. stur 



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Vlrg^ Beiik. 

nMI AsUas. S, studfflt IWfg^ 

Mm9i md Urrtse Ani^^4N». ^ 

MMter. Wgrtta Be«A ; 

Mtei aM WAh« - J*#^ ^ 

»«. ..M.^ .- Holta6,ll.ua^.NewYorHN.y.. 

!_Lu;.i.-^i^ii*- — — ._ ; ■ — • 



Stoiy, itad imy A^nwid. m 
a «t >« v l i or , vto0nla S«A 

Wiiftig. ii, riodaM. Msrfril and 
IMaoa Lee Zuaob. 31,' IMNpim^, 
Vl^f^ Beaob. - _ , 

IMi«raHl0si«Uta-JAr^W- 
^ Dorier. H nawd «!&% Vi^ 
^BaaditfKi 
Mb, a to oceupatiMi 



yetia&A extoior vralls are necessary to idtow nwiature vwor to 
y«^ tt«u^. L^^ joints with irt leiBt IKvo-indi ovwlap are enective 
aa a vapor barrie- Jl Ibe mst^nal » held tofather by an inside ^leath- 
iag SMterial. * ^ f ^ ^ 

SCapiee used to hold vapor barri^n In plae* db not grtwly affect 
moyiure relaidbg AMy, but amO hcdea in t}» fikn do decr<^fie the 
diedfawBeas of the ttn. 



Servicemen In The News 

Atenan l/c Wm W. Bevd. SOB Jesaa D. HoweD of 5084 D Gafaey 
— ' ^reet has been promoted to So- 



el Mr, and Mrs. Walter S. Bevd 
of ON Hilter Street, has been 
tmmk^ to 1^ AFB, Ala. ks 
(Mr ^^ 1>^. graduated at 
tomy AI6. Goto, firon the train- 
li« eoaria for U. S. tik Force ak- 

iriBlBMBt PWMMBIiCS. 

• • • 

9a«wi Jaraii A. Wdtewi 

^., \mii, soft ol ». ttid ytn. 

Mbtft M. Doane ef OS KeiniA 

kraitr tt^ W Shoonbih. 

Aiis^ OBorfe W. Cl»rry. «* 
ol Mr. aol iN. S4iwrd S. OMrry 
(tf 4«8 Cboetaw OMst. to ben 
aaierf a a ia- tedmical training at 
tta^M Mm, Tex., as a U. S. 
j^ I^M^ itfraraft ntiainteiwnce 



^.._, „ B.piim) 
Ibf^ rriva«t JatoM R. Sodth. 
son ef Ifr. and ifrt. Uft^ B. 
Anift tf fl» BiiNraod Lane, has 
bean aiiigiiii^ io Camp Lejeune, 
N. C lor dhraoMd fa^u^ com- 
bat IrtM^ 



font at Landii^ Force Trali^ 
Unit Atlantic, Naval An^jhibious 
BfHe, Uttb Credc. Sgt. Howell is 
an in^niciw to the Basic Train- 

ii^ Branch of UTULant. 

« • • 

' CMeC Radkahan wmiam C. 

retired from ilia Navy iMt R^onth 
ttm tl jmun of sarvkse. 

Ciptaiii a H. DeLaurea. com- 
nuMlig officer of^ U. S. Naval 
il9«liibk»a Sefaocfl at Uttle Creek, 
give Ow«tt Ms reOftment i»f)ecs 
and a ktter of appredatkm divtog 
cereradoies at toe sdiod. 

OuNaos is married to tiw fmmer 
Bms^ Bradsaw of CUnton. N. C. 

then bave tihree (^Odren. 

* • <• ' 

Marine Lance a»pwal John R. 
J^nbigi, aon of Mr. and Mirs. 
ftuk Jen^i^ d 4013 First Court 
Rd., dq>toy«l last mdith with 
OoenpiB^ G of Battalk» Landing 
tma aboard shipi of the U. S. 
Atltfitic Flaat enrouto to the Med- 
itorraneaB. 



LISTEN.,. 

to . 

H[* Joseph Lowcntha 

MANAOirio RHTOR Of THE 



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Un 



EACH MONDAY 

WEDNESDAY 

AND FRIDAY 

AT 12:15 P.M. 

WITH HIS 



I 



Editoml Of The Air 

DimNG fHi NOON REPORT ON 

WKVK 

1SMM^K>URDML VmiNIA BEACH 




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Forexample. < ^ 

Your A*P may s^ as many as ax or sev«n dif f erejit brands 
of canned p2as-national. regional and A*Fs own brands. 
It doesn't matter what company ctoS ttieln . . . tf A*P sells 
them * . . A*P giw^ante^ them. V " 

Unusual? 

Not far A*P.. .because WE CARil...»b<mt 

satisfaction. i 

Is this a good reason for shopping A&P! 

It s one of manyl . 



Ril ^D 
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^l-^NC 429-2401 A^INIA BEACH, vrRGINIA, THURSDAY, [MEMBER 16, 1 



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ao^ wtti a Ml d ^taMpipe 
Md a UN Mto tth toni^ 4Miia. 

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JoiMd a N«»y iled froiilbt steC 
ii OimBMBi» NiWal Ata> Rirce 
Aj a wie, ri^M mmmma, vm 
IM Wf% tt^lM iMutit m tilt 
Mfrival at at alf wil|. 

tttt eooiiinAlg oMbin «< tht 
OVO-7 iquipCi^^w^ kiroaucfli 
over a (Qnill^ J^n^MB fajF Oon>- 

efieer of AMdi S^mfroB «. 
CMhbmbqip BliM Mirvfla vmi one 
«f ihe (^09 n^iilrani Mora re- 
ta^Mtaf ^ ^Af|^ii foiek to a^ 
MB* cemmi^ oC Ml ^HtmtL 
aqiNidnn. Hi dm MilMew ovw 
ViiteB (iifli« Ml Hhm.wtth (he 

Ob Hi* 8id» fli ciA tfitraft were 
nurtdi^ vMeiiihNNd tht aim- 
ber ol iqiariM tte f«(t had 
flowh. Itat mH/A ««B ov« one 
hadred ttltteill. 1<ife MaQ black 
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CALLS FOR PUIUC 
HEARING DECEMBER 27tli 



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VtRGillUUIS WARNED 
MOST DAN6ER0US I 




RldliOND - Vbtfaia «iUt^ 
the laiA. and mart da^oxms, 
nioBthol the >«w with 9M traffic 
deatte, dwwi^ a i^^t reductioB 
whce compared to the 963 for the 
atfnt period of 1964. Axxjrd^ig to 
oMoA C. W. WoodMB. *., Chair- 
UM dt tiM Goi^nxn^i Ifil^-ay 
^tkkf CotnttMee aad Supertoteod- 
fit of State Pottc*. 

»«e(lg volpaairlor tha fear are 

mi.Mti* aiMt.Ttiie, 
(awaa |«r Jt» lalicm 
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' Minrr finjhard, IM winMi riyi^la ^d tCyiB tAir 
I afe^ BMiato n'mn mk amm OfH 



GMmittM 



VI^BHn-lte Vbr- 

^rifWPni^PtiC OOlMBittBa 

«« dririi'litlanioon at Circuit 
Cm/i ^0 aoBiider n^idds of 
ilMiim TiaMMiafli pHidMftHF 
fr.4t Oljr CmmA ^teeOoBi ta 


At, IbB mimd ilkt <»nflJttae 
^ di t»l|ftiilj for DeteQ> 
clttie>o«SMha. to be held AprU 


11* Ipleratic Ooonnittee iriO 
- Aft ai lor a rakitkm that 


lieqdfm a^fOM who wiihes to be 

a ciiUtta la tha primary, to 
ftaH^ViltlPr^toliitoBry, 
MiNAb^ f«Hift oMit He OB 
or Mf« JaaiPV "^ 



tta V&lito fiaSril^ Coqpdl. 
w onhRd b^ flw eiMrti aftd 
plaflMd by cotOKi! Itidf. 

HMft^. Mpe the eoueei. eaa 
rM^ffdrtlHi ftMtf . Dm moM awat 

be t^pnfn^fv <J» JW ««** 
nf (he Gkneral AaHoldy. Ite ^ 

DUMBt OHMt niUag. aiked fti 
in4»i|iil|>ii la H» GeBcral ^ 
mA^ to fiMBf lh» mHir IP 4ie 
Ai»wlifj'a MttciMMi « the aarihit 



CofC Installs 



Deceoiier aM»#iptfti. i«mtaf 

m mti^f- eixtmm iwnfc ia 

^ aMiiiiB, hatlMl aonriNNpids 
flf adH# IBT wiAim and <M#«rfl 



as to the sMSoaal dangers: 

1. Doo't use akokml mi go into 
traffic. At Itaat SO percent of all 
fatal crash^ invdve drinlctaig driv- 
es. Ihere is noore drinlctog at 
^M timtf^of year than at any 
other. 

1 He have nK»'e hows of darlt- 
mi tfm aif othw tnmth and the 
death rate at ni^ la twice th^t 
(rf dayOgit. : : , - ' 

' t' M imAti em strike M 

■ il' ^t$k\ ii stewmiaUy heavy 
aad bo<M&> w apd w yjawf^aie 

"emi a minff craslr ranking ^In 
propeity dtfiu^ (m^ can take 
much ol iie joy 0^ oC your 
CSviakaaa." 



FAMDEIEr 
FOR SAT. 

imiaAiebURO -- A lorchlight 
pwade, the MiNlig of (andto ia 
itwt«i$ ^ iHalBm aad a nner. 
chants' ceelio Md cMir party - 
aU features of Uie Gnmd iDumina- 
tloB of the Ol^ - irtl give the 
ClrMnaa aaliaa aa ifieial seod- 
dl h^ Sahprd^r e^ihig. 

Area mUmta ara faivited tc 
jotai other vlitton ki hiaufuratlag 
the two woaki of hottdir aottvities. 
Hie milWa wiU imHtf at the 
Cifihpl H |;ao pJB.. |||J0 ted 
1 p««(fe riOBg Didta^ OloocM- 
ter Street, terminating at the Col- 
lege ef Wi&iVB and Mary, ^^si- 
ton wlU£tf hi Am^m the 



VmGINU BEACH - City Coun- 
tA, at its regular meeting Monday 
irftMWon at Princos Arnie Court 
House, caUed for a public bearing 
on t!wo propMod City Charter 
changes Dec. »• The firn. pro- 
posed chan^ wouM raiae the 
onoiflrt of rev«me bonds council 
may issue, wttiwut a rda-efxkun, 
bun ^,000 to $1 million and 
raise the limtt on utility bomb 
from $1 million to H mUliMi. 

Hie second is^ calls tor a 
diat^e in represMtatioi on the 
Virginia Beach School Board. Tte 
proposed chan^ would call for 
City Council to select one nrnnber 
for ti:e board fnon each of the 
seven bormif^s and nleet the rr 
maining fwr members to repre- 
sent the ctty on «i at4arge basis. 
Umtor te dariet now, five board 
numbers are fnxn tiie ^rginia 
Beach Borouf^ and the remainkig 
six bwoui^ have <ae represent- 
ative. - -' ■■'•-'^^ -. 

The piAlic hearing will be hdd 
at 11:00 a.m. to Uw CircuU Court 
on the znh. 

In d&m vika Council appro- 
priated 180,000 to purchaae a two- 
aat aection of land nMur the Ut^ 
Creek Amph^ib Base (or an 
^oeHMgrapbic in^tute lor OAd Do- 
mtaiioB Coll^, which was for- 
m^ly used by Mer^itt; Chapntiaa. 
and Scott while the Qwsifeake 



Bay Brtd*!-" Tatmel was under con- 
struction. The land is local 1 1 at 
the end of Pleasant Av«nie. 

Hie coU^e is presently using the 
old ferry docls at the eid of Wil- 
Im^Miy SiMt as a marine lab, but 




UNttSATBEACK 



VBHS 



at Honer MMr of VieM» Beadi 



yrnDSmk BBACB - Hk Vhif- 
teBpais of Tale are Urn ^dnldm 
of what ii a fine pcoad ctdkge 
lii^iog tradftktt. la MO It was 
Madediy tm ati«Mi «ho met 
■^ aai« it Morri^iBipb Bar 
ia Mew Bavea. Tudqr. twelve of 
the test a^ers te the senior class 
boot a repat^Are accunoulated 
thrd^^ yean of pfactice and a 
wMaie coverfasg te East Q>ast 
aik^ ibt Caribbean. Md always 
tiiere ia a strong tie with the part 
laaed on dedkiatloa rnti eothu- 
siasn leaned frdra "Whiff Ex- 
perioice." 



Offletrs 



VnOiBOA BBACS -^ the \^- 
giirfaBeacJi GhaaAil «f Oom- 
aaiiee had Ito Hmmm of offi. 
cera TUesdiv attM <t >» ^vaHer 



jJm 



U S. Diitrlct Judaa WaMav *. 

.%I^di 14 or the oi«»wffl talttr,^^, 
« #^^ Me wart " '^ ^j 



Rdbert (L wMub. Jr., in^ 

ataBed «e oOoltl. fkaea elected 

^ff. % B. Pfi%. pMduk; 

Oao^gi m. VttHa. m, Heeiiresi- 
f, IWHl'agi second 
mkmBit r. traV 

^ atfretary; and tees G. 

aeNed as the 
it ea mbon iea. 
A.»B. Crewa 
aiaiua} 



SBilw, vat nfil preKocBK 

if Mi^piiiiii fWiii if Willi r 1 

ed to HM alMM die nMetiag 
and waa priMilii to the KidieBce. 
Oly^llMiikt V. BiiaK& Hat^ 
thett ttRMlM paetttBi to the 
Omsbtr mm fmt^. 




CHRISTMAS SPIMT 

LYNNHAVBK - "Chl^bnas 
Spirit" i« te tme «id theme of 
die Chrktmae program to be fire- 
asitod Mondi^ evenmg, Decemim- 
20, during the regi#.ar Parent- 
feadher kmadii&m mee^ held 
1^ idag'a Grant . ISenieUtary 
acBooi. • 

Mbm JiBie Tiatier wiB <&ect. 



Ibe WUi group of «MH«piefa. 

198S atyle, wen deetal hi ^^ a< 
lart year wfth tradithietf «ip n^ 
festivities. Practlor«rii l^i* ^ 
earaaat a week b^li^heel'a 
opoitag at a beadi home Wt^ 
tha'a Vineyard, Maas. 

BBI 'Pitchpipe' RobertaoB direct- 
ed the group a«d aodnr tfie guM- 
ance of Mark 'Pofn^tteptl' Greene, 
they wiU sing MoBfll^ night at 
the Cwic Center at 8;l$ pm. They 
will be featured in the Yale Glee 
Club conc^. 

Hie concert this year is part of 
the annual QxAitxaa toar to raise 
scholarship fuads. Hley will sing 
abo m New Yorii City. Battimore, 
N(H{dk. Nmfwi Neira and Rich- 
mond. 

■Hie "WUffs" wfll arrive by spe- 
cial transportation lioodi^ wd <hr 
bark at ^ Primness Auie ^Muitry 
ddb where tiiey will disperse to 
dtferent homes fbr dinner. 

ur. and lA^.' John J. Fwddiauser 
of S6th Str^ win be among the 
teats who will entertain s6me of 
the soQgaten for dtaer. Dr. f^uik- 
h»ttw ^ A forma* Ihde men. 



Fifes mi Drama. >8 tfie M«9t 
IMOti^ the heaftlif li lanidi 
peases each house in the ffiitoric 
Area, reridenU wiU "tara on" 
(heir lights. 

At the CoQ^, Presid«A Da^^ 
Y. Paadiall wiU ghre a ^rt n«l- 
coooe and then visitors wiU be 
incited to sample cooUes and 
cider at four different kicatieos 
to nearby M^N^hahU' Sipiare. Cat- 
d sta^m and' e fUe and ^nm 
cflieeft «a augaoeitt the party, 
as wdl ai visitj to tte shoita 
there, espedidfy open |or this 

niianlawinnn" of houses, atsged 
days to mtA spadal 
win continue tiU the 

Christmas seaKn closes <» Jan* 

'uaiy a. 




Council Takes 
Actlan On 
Carves 



VlRGffilA MEACH — Leaven 
Councilman Jama D«d« aaktA 
City Camcil Monday to affrofwi- 
ato 120,000 to eliminate An» daa- 
gerous curves on GreM Nedt Vf ad, 

Darden's request came to die 
aftermath of reoeat tralfo acd- 
d«its that claimed the livei <A 
three p«>{de wtthte a wedc. Hie 
narrow, twistii^ road ecmnects 
Vii^a Beach Boulevard and 
Shore Drive. 

Recent stuAea diewed that ap- 
proidmatefy 1.000 veMdes travel 
Greet Neck Road from Shore 
Drive to itf it^set^fas of Tirst 
Colonial Road daify. Fnan Us in- 
tersectkm wUh Firrt Cdonial Road 
to Vir^Dia Beach Bouieviffd, ap- 
{nroximatdy S,000 vehkdoi travdi 
Great Neck Road. It is in ihe dis- 
tmce th«t the majority of the fatal 
accHei^ have occurred. 

CMaa auggeated that.Ae d^ 
knvfr the speed limit fawi Sjs 
mtepo^^ akeg ^,road to 
4B m&a^pep4iour. thei atrrtdi 
wh«r« meat of the acddests have 
ocojEAedhaa a 86 



college offidab had been seeUtag 
a tocation cIomt to the mni^ ef 
Owsapeake Bay. 

OOC President Lewis W, Webh, 
Jr., who was pleased hy Ae d|y*3 
action, said Uie coU^ phaw to 
build a ten^rary one-rtM7 i^Sd- 
Ing on the ate. Tlw tat^xwury 
building iwill house five facaMy 
offices aed two labs for stud^. 
81^ #0 i^Mtually be reiAaM 
<i3f a perBMUR^ structure. 

Bayslde Councibnan Larry Wkp- 
MR saki he could thiidi of; no 
better use of ^ Ufld ttian for Uie 
0DC oeeuM^raphfc tastitiM iHe 
idio s»d ahoo^ IJBI Vir^tnia.. 
l^Mch residents attended GU |>>- 

The facUty, to be l^wd to Did 
Domirioo by the city, wfflbe 
shared by otho- Tidewater ^ 
tutions <A U$^ lean^ 

At the meiAiag, 
W. Rusadl 
and State Health 
cowhicting 
odor wdtimn 





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?Mmi MANOR 
CIYIC. LEAGUE 

aiVSEDE — PenArrfte Manor 
Civic League heW a ^^Oildren's 
OK-isfrott Party" A the Pennbroke 
Elementary School Sunday, De- 
c^nber 12, from 3:00 to 4:00 P.M. 
Santa was preset^ and Miss Di«na 
Meeds ^ve a "Pujifiet Shaw," and 
mm Joyce Gaus presented a 
Chri^mas Story. 

Ibere wus group tia^ with 
nxience paitkapethn. Refresh- 
meaW in- ^ parents and treets 
fct tile (*ikh«i w«« served. 



^mmm V^^^^ Deceagbar »,. 
at tibe s^iod an^oriuBi. 

Preakling over Oie program waa 

Sharrt TtuIb. preiliMk «^ tf^ 
a tHi on the qaWeMoa ki 
maoi^berahip. Juniora and leiAn 
are dectod to NHS membenhip by 
the teuity. naectioB ia band oa 
ad»dai^ (at^deot amirt have a^ 
ntoety or b^ter average), leader- 
ah^, diwracter, aad aervtoe. 

Eight acaiaa and' thirty juakirs 
wore topped as new monhera to 
an invnaitve cotmoi^. Ili^ are 
Rip McGimia, Bob Gregory, Su- 
zanne Wniis. Ernie MQler. Carol 
Corder. Scott Thompson and Linda 
Buraock-^ senion', aid Potty 
Brown. Ruby Melton. JOl Sivert- 
aen, Merie Preaton. Linda Uigh. 
Betay Harschutz. Mike Beavers, 
lacf Wise. Sandra Wareing, Mag- 
0e Beavtfa, Laura Rehduudt, Ite* 
vkl Wtoien, Mike Strickler, Cati^ 
Howard. Larry Chase, J4rae(\> 
Kutz, Carol I(err, Prances GiUiam, 
Nancy RydeU, Vera Oemetick. 
Martha Page. Sam Arrington. 
Bdktoy Britt. Sharron Fanner, 
Randy Jooea. Betsy BaU. RonaU 
Crawford, Baihara BeU and Ber- 
nadette Pelton-aU >niors. 




cess Anne Utilities sewage JaglB^ 
Hatehett ^d algae on the s^fMa 
d die lagMB aaaaSy is an 4dor 
suppresaiA, but die a^ has lieaB 
killed. presumaUy hy an ta|b« 
of heavy metid poiaiaAig v^ch 
nu^ ham mow from advice ata- 
tkna and todostrU waatea. Hateh- 
ett wart on to aay the ^gaf ia 
ritvBing and the proMoS shiidd 
asB aid. He said dOMigh ^ 
ddv is ofieaaive d la net a-Mtt 
luBwd. <« 

aiifca^ gre i cBtedt iniiBi a ai^ 
arrte «he VMpa BmA tm^ 

fieptftma^ 






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Lions Selling Trees 



OatiiBb. Met^^ aeled htt- 
aiOrM, (fiha at Ha oiawr. 

Vmbm Am mm mmm, th«e 
" ' ' oflhel^r- 

Hm 

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Two transfer NHS members, 
Cindy Rutledge, a senior, and Ro- 
sa Gregory, a ^or, became 
members of the VffiiS National 
Honx- Sockty. 

Hi add to ^ meanfaig and sur 
pense of ttie tailing, parmts of 
the newly etocted studeirt% were 
Invitod. 

Guest speaker for the assembly 
was state s«iator-etect William P. 
KeUam. 



cm PLANS nm-m 




the sale wfll 



tree for a 
liMheMil^^|«v«e 



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fcl^ilfray <ha 
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SERVICES AT 
ST. FRANCIS 

LYWWAVia* - St. Frandi 
i^iso^ diurdi. 800 Rosemtatt 
Rd.. win preant da C^^mas 
pn^am Simday evening. Decem- 
b«- 19 at 7 p.m. "Ctei^BUtt 
Around the Woi^' wiU be the 
Owme. . , Zl^ 

Mrs. Kaneth B. NM»c£e. di- 
rector, coqnSidty tavite&^flie p(d>- 
lic to attend. 

Hiis wUl be the first Oiristmas 
season for ttie coigregatimi to the 
new edWce. 

Other servtoa idamed an on 
Chriatmaa eve at ii p.m. and on 
dslstaMs ^ lA 10 ajn. 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Honvwobd 
bound Lynnd Baaa, "Miaa Ameri- 
caa TeKK*^" will leave the.nM*' 
rl)er ZOh to 
fiuifare of Q»e Frank W. Owe 
m^ School Band and farewetts 
from Viiginia Beach City. Sehoot 
ind Chwaber offie^^. 
^ Hie two «w«k trip to HoUywiod 
ia pari of h^ prize for wiimii^ the 
te^^ge title at Parades Amuse- 
iimA Park, New Jersey, S^rtem- 
ber 10th. Hi^dlgbta of the west 
Ooast trip are a Mmoe— part to 
NBC's "Dr. Kil|^" TV series 
and an ST^earwice to the Tourna- 
ment of Boees New Year's Day 
P«rade. 

Mae Bass, daughter of Mr. and 
Mn. mbner Bass of Virgii^ 
Beach and senior at Frank W. Cox 
e^ School, won oiA ova- 40 
flnri&«8 choMB from 2QO.O00 giils 
who ataed<ttie eonliea (Ms year. 
Aa nattoari tKUflt she has psitid- 
pited in radto aad TV programe 
to l^fw Vak and Cfatoago, had edi- 



torial wrilMfs in NatkiMl naa^ 
zkws, wli app^r on the cover <t 
d^ month's kfiue of TeeaUla 
mag&lne. Am^ (^er h«ioH 
M» BasB has b»!ome UNlQEra 
teen-age anij^sad^. . 

Hie royal s&A<M «b the Hrilj»* 
wood houid b^uty queet wil ig 
dudelfeywr Fr«ik Dusdi p t ai a i 
1^ her with a Hter of greektafi 
to ^ Mayor of Los AUgaiea. Ihi 
fmsatM^m d a noa^ay by City 
Manager RusseU Hatchelt aad Ih^ 
^ Of a Fr^ W. Ooz HMi Sioh^ 
di^nm by the Pivsident ef (ha Sil- 
^aitiody. 

Mm bkkHog fafwaei aril b» 
Tfmk Cox, luperintaadhat el 



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seheob, AIhb MaiBas, eMButivf 
vice presideni of tte Cbanbir of 
Oomma%e, A. B. Crewa, preif 
fait <rf fee C9amber of C o mina p c e 
HW^ Cam^ prlndpal anc! 
James W. rrdah, aailitait m^ 
dptf of FY ^W.O»Bjj» ftp) 
and it^l^gBt^, ttntfut Of Sto: 



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ENCACEMENTS 



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«MffV f^ll THE LADIES ANO THPR OAUQHTEIIS 

GkFT SHOPPING . 

Sit o»r ml0€^9n holiday and Cruise fashtons, "ai 
k^m^* tnu^Mk (of^f sitits mi sfortmewr. , 

' pf^ twmn^ t^ 9 PU,Smrday »U6P^. 

W# wiUtlos* Friday, Clmshms Eve at 6 PM . 
R$mmiimi Thm'sday nights "men's mie" 
^refreshments served. 

Qpm M*<M<M! ^ Pf^y ep9mngs til 9 p.m. 



By DOUGLAS ARNOU> IIABNEI 
VBtfiirnA BEACn-'llKre arf 
lliree k|ii& of people," as old 
iiagemaitn, i'Vbom vho makf 
tii^s hap(}en: those who watch 
thb^ hiq^^: and those who have 
no idea winl ha|9«u!" 

7)16 Vbfinla Beach Democratif 
Woman'! Club, dyer the yearj, hai 
made things happm — remHnbar« 
they help^ dect Godwin. Pollanl 
Button; reject P. B. White and 
up^kct William Kellani and Ekf 
ward R. Caton OK, (he goes bom 
City CoifflcQ to the State Legisl^ 
ture as a delegate), and had ^ 
part in elecdi^ Bill Hodges «n<i 
BSi Sptmg. 

WeU, at timet |he ladies iorget 
pditles Old l»ve a fun meetrng, 
ud their annual Christmas lunch- 
\axi is (me (^ these times. Ai the 



fMiCk, IMPS ^^1 1^ Wt0KI0tt WQ 

fueste enjoyed • httdldo* g|f 
M?oUed km, strte beaM ateot- 

Md MttuBtuTrnFtntm 1a m 
fVM Mifery #it». IWy «• 

tVnte^b«ir« II*. we-.)- 
trillMi, ptdnpl Statin tCran 

Sim Ntfiaelml 

diifc bktt \im$tn, and tti ejimp- 
era will wUB^ 1m^''**^*4JMVMi 

WM%' "Fk^ A Star Isf A fwinUe 
Tree," "Carol the Wis," an aw- 
cieot rendUoD o< a Wh Coatiiry 
"Ave Maria." ||cl ttim 0iriatin|s 
sections. 

Clark Graves, toector, was Ip- 
trodttced by Mrs. Pl^ Russo, 
plN^am chatanwi. tift Mer pre- 
scMted ^ iPeMcBQini elocuUon 
tea^ier, Mrs. George W^worth of 
NoHoQc. ^ re«i "t!to'9«ggar 
and the Sar." put^ ber au- 
dience in a n^^^sm mood to rc- 
inmket the trde nieai^ of Jie 
birthday of Christ. 

Mrs. Rkhard CotmiekMBi pi«- 
sentol el^t mm mmk^n- "OK-y 
are Mrs. Nora M. mta, Mrs. J. 
' Ho^esaes for the meeting were W. Fowler, Mrs. EngeM Godfrey, 
Mrs. Jack Tunwr, Mrs. Mason |Mrs. Howmtl Leey, Ifrs. Ifc^jh 
Miks, Mrs. T. R. Bumette. Ilie jMoCracken. Mrs. P«i W. #ariop6, 
refre^eats and decoraticns icri-l^re. J. K. Pewaaai, «rf-Mrt- 
towing the business meeting were'sdward Similfe. Wn. .RUnTsber- 
ia keeping with the hdidajr^seasda. man Jr. was a ^leit. 



VfllSSflA mMX-Cupi. Jamas 
QMpe rmtm»,.WH inL). and 

l^Pwguwo "MlWei ^ *^ 
mUfinmA of th«r Iw^. Wm 
SMtn TrMibdm WJiMW" . It l4 
Baaard Jos^ IflpD t.. UM. 

U. Mikell is tha SMI tf M^ and 
Mrs. Bernard Joseph MlkeQ of 
Bakh^. UI., N.Y. 

Mi» Ferguson is a grackiate of 
The &uist<« Sdiool and attemtod 
OM D«nkikn Cotlsn^ 

U. EikeU p-aduated fnon BaSh 
wia High Si^ool and received Ma 
B.A. from HamUton CoDege v^wre 
he was a moidw of Delta Kmpa 
Vm/tm. m it a ffight laMraeter 
im yMMK9ola, Fla. 

iPl iradtog wtf take place 
Mt^a to ^rist and Si. Luke's 
^^KofiA Cteifeh. Florfok. 

■MnOHMiON 
VMOMU leAldH - Ifr. tod 
W«. Jeka nn^ aiala Sr. n- 

aow» tkt twgljMNnf ol ttieir 
4i^^, tin A# A«« ttlks. 

Irfk I^^^^^^^^^L H^^^^^i^^ ^m^^^U^^ 
^* ^^^H^^WR ^^^^^^^^^- ^^^^^^^^^ 

: ^^0^> M«9^ of Mr. 

^^^^^ ^*^^^^ i^^H(Bw ^T^^^^^^l ^i^^^r 

iniii^k^^' 

a^H^pwpa apt *^4^^^p^^|^H 

am. 



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BAVSUEJIIS. 

GAYSS3G — llie Bayside Juntor 
Woman's (M> m^ recent^ at the 
Bayside Pr(rf^essi(Mial Building. 

Mrs: J. K. ScaxixK-mi^, club 
mmkec, and State Valley Art 
chairman, spoke to the dak (» 
"Ytath." 



LAKE SHTH fiC 

B.<^YS:DE - Hie Uke Smith 
Gardm Otd> met leueiiily at the 
home cl Mrs. G. L. Nwman, Far- 
liBOaa Drivf, Tim nmwiad a 
baolk) Iw Bostanieal Gitfdta li- 
brary, m hcsaor of Fred Heitfte, 
91^. of Firka md Gardasa tx fm 
City d NbrfIA and who to n^fm- 
s3}te for Ibe Botanic^} Gtotfcns. 
niey also presoited a crepe 
loyrtile tne to the Federatim of 
Garden K^xix. 

fWffumg the business ineetiog, 
a Christinas party was heU and 
meonbers ^dianged PoTyaimaa. 

Judges from ^rbroke Mlanor 
Garden Ckb awarded ribbons to 
Mrs. M. A. Gri^un, Mrs. Nor- 
mm. Mrs. L. Jones and Mrs. R. 
Hi waber 





1^ ^ mm ^^ Siivrday 
llgl^ im in W Ikfc ^ when 
tHtjr iM ^mm K IM^ The 
0m^ wmi Utm, yM.iw good 

wsi 0mpm «Ml|wrttg a ffing- 
kig «»# tiii. '■' 

■MM Md i. Umm *«*■' o' ^® 

Postal sovica. 

In diis party wm: Mr. asd Mrs. 
J. T. Qrosswlitte, .fr. (Postmaster), 
Mr. nd Mrs. C. J. tanM, Mr. 
and Mrs. R. S. DavlAm. H0M 
Vkgtala FttAett, Joe ROEia-. Mr. 
^ liM. A. a »»iiii|i and Mr. 

Ibis clid> I am sure will be a 
popubur <^ in a k)t of ways. Of 
opurst^ tlia manb*-^ fees are 
at a rate in wbi<A qutte a few 
people can now partic^ate. It is 
» of tep ^t a tot ^ peasHe wouki 
1088 to eotartain somewhere otlMr 
ttian home,^ this dtd> will gwe 
tbe(^ the opportuni^ 'and rxA be- 
cott^ aitp^ve. ., 

Sonae o^h&n seen w««: Mr. foai 
MriL Be^ caairfm. Dide Bowea, 
Hr. aad Mrs. B. 0. E^tard, Jr.. 
m. aad Mil, V'dbttt Tkmm*^ 
Mr. aad Mrs. Dave Freeaiai, Mr. 
tfid Mn. JMaas Mari^« Mr. and 
mi. itm mtffpd Itr.pad^tn. 

iraii|gj Bwis. hmrf Ctefce. irsd 
Cm, Jtte Adieaftrotk, ffl^^ B^ 

H^^POra* . IIB^W iJNUHIK ef|4^ 

Basayiaii. Hlas flae ^ iM|| 
Aia Keidtf . IMHas Setty Aa« Mm- 
phy and Befc Tealar. . 

In re«ttog ike aamm Id Aur^ 
L^ thii ynA jm vrB i^tice 
that the bmrd coi^rted of boft 
single %OMi married coupla. I fed 
we caught a good night at ^ 
dub, we hit wh£^ ym fnight call 
a '"baH>y maflum." 

Hope to see all of you^t th^ 
Virgfaiia Beach assenibly dao(» 
this wedc end. 



M^. wd Mrs. A. & ittnaMes, Mr. a^ Mrs. R. & 




Mrs. Umm R. Sttiley. James R. fitaak^. 
Dave 




Kempsvilte 80 

' IQBMPSVIUJ: - Ite November 
meeting of tlte Kempsville Gardbn 
Club was held at the bcsne of 
Mrs. W. E. Sh^lett. 262 Witchduck 
Road. 

Ifrs. A. H. Gallaghej; spcke oa 
"Bolklay Decor" and showed the 
making of Christmas dectscatkais 
for each room. 

M«ribars have wted to give the 
KempsviQe Meadow School for re- 
tarded cbHdroi ax»^ to iMV di^ 
es tod other tM|iS wft^a. Mrs. 
H. D. Pugh is chaiiman for this 
project. 

R was also voted that the club 
buy two crepe myrUe tre^ to be 
planted arouiid the General Hospi- 
t^ of Virf^ia Beadi on tiitl Co- 
kmial Road. 

The menil)er5 are very pmnd of 
Mrs. J. J. Bateman who has done 
so mud) for the Eastern State 
Hospital during Uie past six years 
by taking clothing, toys, and other 
needed items to the hospital. Stodc 
were filled for Christmas to 
chiUran at SaiiMqiState. 
GMrdan CSafei a|pri)ers 
^ stmt»f»^ and 
a red rftbon U %s. W. 
4 SU^bigi and a y0m i Mrs. 

jnhn % 'msh. 

For bwtid^ire \dm ^l^ns 
Upt to lArs. Fi^ Mb. Moore 
mad 163. M^nai^ and a if|d rijb- 
bon to Mrs. SatoiwHi. 

1k$ym ^^ «» dto^Mged. 
UiKi wert to li:s. iHi^ Ifrs. C. A. 
KmfwVh and 1^ Maore; and 
ymm ^ m^ mmmmA Mrs. 




Boloh €Mt> K«% ^I*»<»' "f 0™ MeboBiae, Jfali Xpjtnn. 
Murray, Nancy Craig, BoWhy L. Gray, Sosaa Tocfcer. 



lb. wd Mrs. 7tt^H# Ue Dow- 
^ mmrn^ (jbe k^ of thdr 
mA^m s^sai m, Aeon yUi- 
diew, « Btovpofaet is at DaPaul 
Vn0aL Ifrs. %^ is 4e fof- 
9^ Ifie P^^ Wtm dwghter 
^ Mr. ^ Ip^ Ci<e^ AiKlrew 
Wtiem oi VS^tfa. iii^. Dofwdy is 
titt KB of Mr. and Mn. iyrtfaiff 
Sew^ of Ikdin. , 




Bob Teter HtflM' ArwMd 



^rw 



• tm 



WEDDINGS 



mCWONCAPPS 



C^#l toMM te bride 
rfjgfo tfNtf lietaM Jr. « te. 

^rite U m 4:11 pM. to Oe 

nm V^ ir aTli ii«y^ 
^i^ QBrAflfttebnBidpy, 

HMf^ildt to te dM#tir of ifr. 

, ari llrt. H^ WMM Cappg of 

MrgM Biiek. ifr. Rkhmm ii 

^ttM Ml of John Att^ Rkhman 

m, of CiMtor and Mrs. Marguvt 

9. BUnn «f BkinMod. 

INvw to mrriagi l^ her fathw, 
A» liMe wort • ihttt Mtfai iBwn 
«^ tiw dievei to fingertip, the 
U0m mm 9t ckoccn la(%, nd 
flie iNttUar lei^ headdress fee- 
ttairi a ported dva. & cttrled 
^ «Mte (rcUd ortlie ao a aiMdl 
wta^ BUe, 

•!«. Join Iteaas Cappe ^, iiie 
Brli^ ibter■ta^krw. was the ma- 
trofi of. bonfir «id oily atiendmt. 
Bear MP was Ihe Md^pimn's 
ftflMT. Jotoi A. Ridmas &. 
SrodRMnen mere Jobn llMxnas 
C^ipi B, Kdsen A. Ridman, and 
Ying^ Qm. Pianist was Mrs. 
ChM>lei B. Ullrich of Virginia 

I Aaeii, gmtlmofte> of the M<k. 
Flowing the ceremuiy, the re- 

t oqittQB was h^ at ttie ItaMler 
Unl Motor Uxige. Ilie ceivie is 
touring Virginia aftor whidi Vbey 

' wffi Bui« their home in Ri(teicmd. 



A recepttoB ma hrid la te 
Audi MM hiO. AAm- a wed- 
<iNglr^ to«n|de wfl Vve at » 



lUn^SMMMMBSPn 




fmmuimm-mminme 

Sliabelli Miy Md Jab ttonaa 

pn. in L^mta^ Oda^ (^«^ 
<< cMrt. 1^ Rev. fiMmm n. 
flfMoB, pMOPi jperCnmed tte co- 
llie bride is the dai#tcr of Mr. 
and Mn. WX^m U^bo Bagley 
of NofMk. IfaehrUe^mm Is the 
MM of Mr. nd Upt. Dew^ J. 
Harrto. 

The tnide wm ^ven fai nwrri^ 
by hw fitfher. Mis. C3iariM Meder- 
^dt was hit Ma'$ ttmttm of 
bonor aid osty ^ndn^ 

Mr. Hwris was beat man to- hii 
son. Groonwnei were Char)^ K. 
IMaranond and AiUan C. Swain, 
both of Norfolk. 

A receptkn wm held hi ttie 
dwch flocia] haU. At^ a wedding 
trip ttie couf^ jrm live at 341 
Bn»K] Bay Road. 



At i UMflaia of MnlMm fto> 
0m Md Ijny MMr R^FHiAi « 
SMr^ at t p Ji. Ite tev. aA- 
a^ B. Saadm ofHiMed,. . 

^it hrtia to te ^to^ln «f Mr. 
and Ifru Abnt Blimd VirilM. 
Ae bridifcwn to the aw of Mr. 
and Ibi. Uba IL Bq>wMi . 

The bride wm ^wn k iiMnfii«e 
bjr her f^Qm. Mtas Ablqr Hlton 
mu maid of hnw «id IxM^ 
inaiito w«e Ifis RQapasvf I^i- 
aiqgtDO. Mrs. Wlttan Rldg0w^ 
and Mtos Ante MeNy. Ctaify B. 
^)«naJMr wu Omtr 0r\. 

GtoiB Baahflard iMs bett num. 
GroemDNB were W^ield 
n^hes, wmtoni D. RIdgeweU and 
iraUam HMflekl. 

A reoepMi wsv'hdd hi the 
dnffdi aodal biA. M^ a weddta^ 
(r^ the couple iriU Uve hi Nercova 
Gardani. NorMk. 



^*^'^V*fl * 



Rotti 0mBif, hi Bay CUoqy. 
Atar a wadA^ tr^ to Vermaiit 
tti eoo^ 1^ Mm ta L^ndMrg. 



Milsttlil On The Mand 







RCPNSON . WATERBIAN 

YOUNGSIOWN. Ohio -- Miss 
Lindi Carol Watennan mA Lelaod 
L. Bohinon, Jr., m^e nuHTied 
Dee. 4. at 7:» p.m., in PdaiMl 
tfedb^ttrian Onidi with the Rev. 
Dr. Hugh Qvm Eclating. 

Hw tarhle to the dai^hter of Mr. 
iffld Mb*. Frank S. Wateraian. The 
faridegroDRi to the SOB of Mr. and 
Mrs. Ltland L. fiobhmn of 
ginia Bttich, Va. 

Mtoa Ju(hth L. Waterman 
lyuiH of booor for ter sdstw. 
Brtdeamrida ware Miaa iUbeita 
I^Aer, Vbn. Suzanne <Hbaon and 
l&s. Caml IffiUer. 

Shufft Qdvin of Culpepper. Va., 
was bent mw. Q g oom a ro eB were 
Jefai L. Blaine, Mervki E. OoUe, 
Wid Jista Wttt, all of Aiexandria. 



Vir- 



was 



mBFQUL - Was Lynda Marie 
Branson and U. (j.g.) WQUmi 
Dai|^ Khhy were married Sat- 
urday at 2 p.m. bi tiie Chapd of 
the Immaculate Conception, Naval 
Air Statim, Orah-. Jamfs T, Wc- 
Donnell, Ch^laim Cocps. USN, 
P«ffomied the ce-eroooy. 

The bride to the daughter of U. 
nd Mrs. Rdd teem BroMon of 
Vir^da B^cfa. IhelHldaBroom is 
the son (rf Mrs. Ray (^imoHli aai 
Chtfles Kiihy. botti of Demtr, 
Qrio. 

The bMe was given in marriage 
by her father. Mrs. Lekmd Bryant 
AitHK^te of ^innsUHrSaleiQ. N. C. 
was her iter's matron of ^mat. 
Lisa Ann Brmson, aUo a stoter 
ot the brMe. was flowa- girl 

Lt (j.g.) Lee Sdilou^ was beA 
man. Groomsmen wa« Lt. (j.g.) 
AMmt LahleUi and Lt Ijg.) Paul 
Sipaaan. 

A recqitkn was hdd ia the 
Connitosioned Officers' Oxb. Na- 
v«l Air Statkn. After a weddi]« 
trip to New York City, the coi^e 
wlU Uve in Norfoic. 




VIBaNIA HBA(3I-The ea^ 
9f Ae Good ^epherd, Oceana 
Nanral Afr Stattoe, waa the setting 
^up^ at I pjQ. jkr the nur- 
riaga ef 1^ Hoby Buaett ^Utetnrs 
and Lt Wdbf GMlaad Perrow 
m, uauc. Ifte i p t'w aoay waa 
pefonnad by Capt Bory Lavhi, 
Chaplatas (^rpe. USN. 

The bride to a ^ao^lw of C^it. 
Theodora Bo^ l^atari, USN 
(ret) and lArt. VAitan of Attnta, 
da., fcnncffy 4 Vlr^oia Beach. 
The hridegroon to Oe sob of llr. 
and Mn. Moal^ Ga^id fNorow 
of SMSiton Vtow Fans, GMsfU, 
Va. , 

The beHa w« ^ven to noarriage 
1^ ho- faOtf . Miss Hamlbi Winters 
of Atlai^ was her sixer's maki 
of honnr and ooly lAtendart. 

Ue, Perrow was best man for hto 
son. Groomsnen were Edmund W. 
Perrow of Chark>tteeviUe. IWstar 
Taknor Mdligan ni L^mdlNirg. 
Brantley Sychior. James K. AJex- 
ttider, both of L^idibarg, Peter 
Tons of Rkfamond, Lan^wne 
GImob of BaMnoore. Md.. and 
Stewart Brown of AUanta, Ga. 

A reoqttkn wa sheU in the 
honae of &e brkie's brotha--iR-law 
and riater, Ifr. and Mrs. dtarles 



COOR-qraMJET • < 

VnOtWi WAOR - Mtos Joan 
Cteid iiaSi^ became the brkle of 
iWam HaraM Omk <m Satuntoy 
at I p.m. to Itawtal Modist 
QmA. Ihe Rev. Japnes 9^1^}o■ 
mn, pMdtf. pe|orm«d At ^le- 
mony. 

The bride to the dau^itv gt Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Hdlto Qukley of Qies- 
apeake. the brid^oom to the aon 
d Mn. Bertie R. Woods and itapv 
son of the li^ Mark Woods. 

The Mia Ha #*W to marlage 
by her fatts . Idsi Dartaw QaU- 
hy of riifiiiapwilni was hm si4«-.'s 
maid of bswpind oidy iMMidam« 

Byron VbfeOMt Woods tf €h«i- 
peidce win^lfei^ man lir'hto 
bn^ha*. » 

A Hec^pttoii^i^ b^ in fte 
dninA ai^l bdL /Mfr a wskft^ 
trip to Waridniton. D. C., the ceu- 
fAe wiB Uva al S379 Sir Barton 
Drive. 



VmmAWH - WhM the toy 
atwe flMm to cMtfren, tte ^toc* 
oralsd Ctetatmn hooaa to to la- 
4kaa> Vartous ^^dei ^h nMn- 
b«8 pod iMt re^eetive crMtlve 
afcdity mA amaim. tttoaae a home 
of a mendMr, deoonrte tt. th«i 
op^ it bM- tapedion. toi^atieQ. 
sad profit. 

f^eed Bay Gai^i CM> prMcnt- 
ed te amual CSiristmas m tiie 
Island last lliursday and the T. £. 
Hurtoy home mi Bay Island be- 
cMoe the host to tiM many toter 
^ed vtoiton. The Geno-al Hospi- 
M of Virginto Beach benefitted. 

The sitq>le elegance d the holi- 
day deeet was {N-es«u«i to tuiu- 
9ial Mri ai^MP^iate (mamemal 
d^pH to ead) room of the mod- 
em home which is set oat near 
the t4> of Bay Uand. 

EMh ^est reodved the red <»r- 
pet treataeot . . . UtwaBy, tor 
Uie (Mvew^ and walkway to the 
httr^utog koBt docur waa cowored 



BAEZ4MORT0N 

VQIQO^ ra^ACH — The mar- 
riage ci Ifiss Ann C^urto- iHrtaa 
md Luis Bmx totk plaoe Saturday 
at 2 p.m. to Eartera 9MNre Chapel. 
The Rev. Skta^ B. SmdefV. rec- 
tw, performed dw c«^naiy, as- 
^ed by the Rev. J«nes Haggard. 

The bri(to to the daui^itar of 
Mn, Robert I^^ Ethefedge and 
the tote Capt. Jofwoidi Stnrther 
BSwton, Owst it Geodcfic Surv^. 
The toide^xMm to tito aon of Mil. 
Luto Baez oI'Mtond, Fla., mi the 
lirte Mr. Baez. 

Ihe bride was given in marriage 
by her stepfather, Robeit !^n^ 
^heredge. Miss Helen Browne 
Baillto WM nudd of honor and 
only i^tondant. 

Letdwr A. Lofgren of Wheatcto, 
Md, WM best num. (koomsmen 
were Robert H. Ethered^e Jr.' ami 
WiOianiC. West 

A reoqitka wm h^ to toe 
faooM of the bride's parents to 
Alutm. ^ter a wedding trip Uie 
couple will live atll^lorida Ave., 
Apt. 1«, Hemdoo. 




Witt a mmpioth red cofat Wm- 
bffs d the bead bqr Ganta 
CUnMtad MbMMc^ to eadi of 
die rooBM (rf thej^actoua lO-ropn 
boose. 

As wcU M the beautttd whM 
floclKd tree whkA daadaMd tfia 
ttvfa^ room, uwritoed MR^ ^^ 
eettei boxes aoiented the state 
waU and the large ikcf^aee. 

The cMUkw's raoma «4 the 
fsn^'s tto«e da^Moi and om 
SOD) iHMi the p^sonal toudiH be- 
^im their agH wMto the nustor 
beiNoaa's daak de^ «9iMaed 
the frace and timm of to ocx» 
paM. To reirtri^ overaagw to* 
spe^on, vtoiton were ga«Qy ra* 
stratoed with the sUbtla use of 
eokaM ribbon barrier ttod to ro- 
settad door knobs. 

A m«Tipan tree with ito 14'toch 
cxme shaped base wm conyleteiy 
cowred wMi mard{W dri t racto a 
to the diildr«i's rumpus room 
whkji alao featored a peen tree 
decorated with strands of pq>- 
com and nMilti-c(d<N^ omanMnto 
and a roaring fire (padded to 
the fireplace. Various Uttte dvea 
sat to childUoe positi(His on tablM 
and walto. Mn. Walter G. Btoeck 
was the decorttor. 

Ihe coimtiy ^re a^ up to the 
Hurley's gar^ wm ^xiad wtth 
all sorts of hmiknade tten», hoche- 
baked goods, gitto and gtft nip> 
plies, md WM aknoat add out by 
noml 

As <me visitor was heard ' to 're>' 
mark, "Everything to shnply eto- 
gant; never have I enjoyed a tour 
so ntMich!" 

It seenns toe nMRiben of the 
Broad Bay Garden Club just about 
outdid thonselves in every phase 
(rf tKeir dforts and they can ba 
proud. / * . •; = ;; ', . 

INSTALLATION 

LYNNHAVEN - The London 
Bridge Home Dononstratkm Club 
will lu)kl tts CtoistnoM Party meet- 
tog todi^, begii^ag at 10:30 a.m. 
at the London Bridge BafM. 
Owrdi. 

A covered didi lundieon t^ be 
sored after the faMtaUatton of (^ 
cen and gifts wfll ba ociMnged. 




•f CkrlslBua eeeUM airf he( #lnd 
la the esaatry store by Mn. James W, 
taiy ef toe dob. So naay leqnctla for Ae redpc 
BMe Ihat she wnte M eat f« kl totoiaalBi} 1 
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^302 LASKIN ROAD 
VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 

Gentlemen's Ctottung — LotUe/ Sportswet^ 
Open Evenings Until Christmas 



LETS TALK FASHION & GIFTS 






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• Christfnas cards 
For unustu^ Christmas gifts and stocking stuff ers 

FIRST IN GIFTS AND BOOKS 

2202 Atlantic Ave. 

Virginia ^each, Va. 

Open 9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. 



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Smithfield Hams Cook- # Cheese Sets For Christ- 
ed and Packaged For mas. All Brands • of 
niaUing or Chrtstma}" Cheeses. 
Gifts. A 

• mU^acies Of All Kinds 

.^adide fllaniet 

(GROCER) 



210— 23rd. Street 



Phone 428-9313 



99e 



# FOR THE MEN 
Suits, Sport Coats, 
Sweaters, Belts, 
Wallets, Ties, Socks. 



FOR THE LADIES 
Sportswear, Cocktail 
Clothes, Raincoats, 
Hosiery. 



tKmflNG WUH A P£HSONAL TOUCH" 



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Our buyers hca*e just tetur^d from New York. 
Better come imimd select early. . , 



2010 Atkmtic Ave. 
Phone 428-3451 



304 Laskin Rd. 
Phong 428-5346 



Bdieve tt <»- not, diiffoB hi^ be- be {vtivided for her that will be 
«nw neidy ki^ortant to oviae fwntfdaUe to a foe. yet absoh^ly 
and reaort wear faditons. If s a Mfe, m far m she is concerned, 

yeartwnd fabric and wffl be seen "^ ^J^^ '^ ^'J^^ 
La*. «vI ^.r ««• m, m^m^ *""'** far UM or not? The New 
bfiice and after five OD anartly ^^ ^[y,,^^ ifluatrated Supple- 

draned women. The beautifiiBr ment of Ternary 7, 1901, had a 

draped ddffoM are eapedalfy pop- reaify sdutitn: "The aajwor hM 

utor and moat of them ai« se- been provUed by thase who make 

vvetv di^ik to M»L New cd- JJ^^J, *^SL t ^^J^ 
onlhnraofttoB«ofpeadi. be« /tedgned thM ^^fj^ 

dtroB. mdon and oord and. nat. "f^^^ ^ %!f'*l?jlf 
urdly. file evartnputor beige «~*-^ "» "^ « "ff"' 
tonMaredlgood-^lUarelS maaqttera^M an tonocea hat- 
good for rdaSJginOTitoe wear. ^,?4r*^^.'H*** 

Kually thejadketo hang toose to i" *»*«* »"Vjf "l^LfSL!; 
alSlal mMMTtoTDon't for- ^ " • '^f, ^ ^f^^ 
get that jeney not only padts/^,?*,"? » ^ «» can be Med 
w^ but wean well on ^ipM ^ 1?^k^T* f / iSf ' 
when the cdol bne»» WoTtS JI.!?^.^* JI!!?* u*^ ^?^ ! 
wee cap i^emea whidi became 



poputor to die past 8||»t% are atill 
kffimaA and the kng deevea, full- 
kngto cut wkie and eauifte to at 
ihe wrist, an new favorttos for 
Spring. NMaaa Dtord hM been 
diowk^ sooM smart navy ifamses 
at the U. S. EmhMSty to Moica 
Oty faatured to hto newest col- 
lectkn. (toe a navy jmey puU- 
0^^, huided fa red groagrato ova- 
a i^ated wfake silc oepe ^drt. 
Aaotho- to navy crepe wito tafcte- 
ctoto hem trimmed to white wm 
designed by Lee Nvdnod whUe 
iae^ nUeaa'a wm a navy hip- 
ator ddrt nd top-<a ftoi dress— 
wttfa red. whke and bine beading. 
For special f^amoiff, toe gal who 
lik« to "put it on" can find many 
gown adorned «dth fMto«v «: 
frh^e or with ruffled hemlioei, 
mm "tiie -tUritos*' there to a 
revhrd afoot kg ^ all-over firing 
dran and the £rtogB4iemnaed 
<h«ss. Bt^Stos are still with us 
Ibr Sprtag. Aflytfaii^,thtf swinp 
and h^ ma fun al^ wtth the 
present da^ dancMl 

MAfPINB: SBLF4N9PEN8E 

In Stonoa and^ Sdwater's new 
Ffaadde Qsiee&B astA Engage- 
meitt Book, we caoM aeroM flie 
toflowfa^ toqiMrtanoe of h a l p lBs . 

pmtBciifft wwpoM 
lor the ladtoa jitor <Mc. "What 
Ad we do to ooe we ai^^^ 
tadcad by sobw totol or rofltoat^ 
to tfw qoMtton mam have ufced 
to every part of fe oomb^^ Paw 
Hie Deive nepet- 
to laa a ptobd wflfa effect 



woman to gras^ it for use m a 
vraapon asA hM^ it to that it can- 
not be jcasUy pulled from bar hand 
The method k u^ it 4o the 
advantage to to atoa at the face 
ef tiie M^rwa^nan. A wommi 
armed with <»ie d these stilettos 
to tk)\e to do mors damage in a 
few second than a man unarmed. 
Wito this to hand the nervous vram- 
m to r^y for the danger, what- 
evo- hto intatfi<m8." So, even back 




to 1907, toe gato had to wat^ tuA 
fur toe molester, the pod^fcodc 
iMitdien and so <Ki, nnadi Mce 
tsday. How about revivtog hatpins 
for deooratkn and {Ht^ectton? 

GffT RBM8 

A vidt to WOk aOtop and a 
tour ol the ^[wetous furto|ire 
store win gbe you all mamiar of 
idoM for thoae i|>ecit4l>aople'8 
ChriatmM ^ts. Leeaard (Skee) 
Boras to a most hdpful hort and 
you'll find those con^ Boston, 

rodcen wito colorful foun pi^, 
the Lazy B<^ recltotog rockers 
that men folks adore, Early Amer- 
ican ptoe iHick^. sewtog badtotf. 
and magazine radn, ^uimtog 
Prestige, Aimsley and iCgwtoae 
lamps, (onisual cast iron flr^dftee 
accessories, brass andirdoa, wall 
somcM and Tde ware 
lamps and just doK«s itod d'^M 
of otho- gift items! . . . iagnaai 
hM a ccHnpIete line of oiam^ics 
by Revlon, Yard^jr, CMy, Okl 
^ice, the new Cuirier and Ivm 
line, Andre Richard wiUi Umvto's 
popular coanetks, especially My 
Sin perfume and coto^. Si^ at- 
tractively packaged RaaaeB Ito* 
vtt Christmas candiM, cfaocoIatM 
and hard candies, and just oodles 
of boxes for your (^toe! ... At 
the Kntt-A-Blt Shop ymi'U find aa 
ext^uive cdlectim of kniltii^ 
bags from |3 to IIOJO, knitting 
stonds at $3.50 and sbmning tomd 
decorated baskets to gold for 
$4.25! 

SMOKE UP! 



iti^fed (loam fiUed) animal toyi 
Mu^tag from $1J8 to 10.91 The 
owl. mouse, wbale,^qukrel. fiton|i^ 
ty tXanpty and Snpo^to woe ei^ 
fawaiteal 

Do v!toit ilr$iato's Hobbtot and 
gifto and yod'S be tm^ faadnat- 
ed wito tha vm4 wd onki^ 
^ U^at Thi^r* III hotol madi 
tad ^VMgWa l| ial> (i i M 'aid h^ 
asaodato Mh^ IMa fvpl p* 
you a f^AMm^^'t^^lfm 
and explatoi^'al'Qtfm Wf^ 
fyt reel Wfthil new k)^ to 
Chriatmai (fee^. here's wbete 
you'M find them. By &e ^ay, 
study tbe sttfrten^ 4^ a^ouid 
thto odtBtti tor Uw bett l^pbto to 
town to oompMa ;»w Cbridmi 
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"CITY FURNITURE AT 
COUNTRY PRICES^ 



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CAMP 

1721 Laskin Road 




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428-5951 



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"Everything For The Knittef^ 

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300— 30th. SI. 



Phone 428-044 



f Loft's C(indies % Rushttmi Stuffed 

f Busfa-Curdoso Christ- Animals — "Pride of 
mas Cards. Amrica." 

% Men'tSmpHngtHpes 
and ^fifhacco -r^S^/rign 
and Pi^mestics. 



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Princess Anne Ptasa 



Phone 340-6158 



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Ihe^a The KSe-Cto' Ghl-A mem- 
ber ef Mm FteJiOVtag Jet Set 
ate to p eeke d aA a memoit's ae- 
tteelaai fcadly to go where the 
to. Aad Ael eai^ve ad- 
ea toe tnda m 
M oa the sU trafls to ttto 
eeatef^yael 
hy Daal As. 



^eet Swp, PrinoeM Anne IHaxa, 
we saw srnie stylish and tuat 
iookii^ ladiM pipes. Soma with 
short stene and some exotic «Mi 
with long, kng go£d atoms. Ihe 
little ones seD for |S.96 and toe 
jevvded ones for 17 JO. A 9«at 
ddlectkui of pq>e tobaccos are 
here. too. (M Q^toh. Ttbak's 
and dews of otfao' heas^. We 
were totrlgiied wUi two made to 
^a^nd: Notoh^ Smo(^^ and 
Baby's Bottom. Erriagdd tdMceo 
to nort pepdM-. Haainme wood- 
en i#e ra^ and Inmikkin mdee 
escelint ^Ra lor fhtMaaitkVmt- 
IMel YouH be faadaatoil aMi the 



■e^ttai'a fldlctton Bhii's tmny 
beoaaae aha'ataad om dr IM 
new GMrrior eat Ivei eeBeeOoe 
ef toflriries fsr Mto ChrtotaM 
gift It's wiiklillCBtfd. 
tlw aaiA aflta^, Ufa, 
mUk Ime •vertonea.-lhto he- 
man's Mfa«tlea, esle^M. to hot* 
fled to eariy AinpricBB ap^w- 
csiy ^ aA^ilton. .The aft«r- 
stomn toalapl dnm cteam, tale. 




IfcIO la 9IM. Ihto to a pretty 
Iwrpendve wi^ to deeeraie a 
baA er pavicr nsm! The Cmt- 
rtor and Ives pitols am an hii^- 
nd part ef Am cevor rieeve aai 
eaa be leanl a* 



f Men's Gift Seti 
• Cameras. 



f Cosmetics Of All 

Makes. 
^ Christmas Cards 

§ Universal Electric Christmas Gifts 

G: E. Handy Hanna 



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No. 1 
207— 25th Street 
428-6363 



Pharmacy 

No. 2 
34th. 5- AHai^ Avt. 
428^646^ 



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Make your, Christmas ^fts and deeonHons ^e^ 
l^irginia's assistance. Large assortment of pf^ M 
choose from. ' 

U^ginla'i JUL, Cafu & QfU 

2106 Atlantic Ave. 
Phone 428-nU 



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ursday, Dtoeff^Mf 16, 1965 



Vit|lttfa ^ick Sun 




iiiM BMch, VhiHni* 23451 




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m mAtt Marek S. IflTl 



(MiMe city— lUS per 



MIHtery Installations - Our Frientfs 



Tt^Oigh tbe.y^ars, Vlr^mia Beach 
^f1iy& hi "prnMiA coexistence" 
With #ie military installations on the 
north ard south ends of the beach area. 
W4JlhC*r»1y hope th* sltu^ion iff> Irtd 
wifll renr>«?n that ^«y. The ctvillift and 
mi Iff try personnel at ft>rt Story |ttv^ 4l- 
wayi#>^atM m M llj^ 

all fhdi cbnlt4it*d ^m Camp f%ihc^ 
ton. wfli^ done our b^t to M|^- 
ate ^MHfMrid « ^«^ ^s y^^M ^• 
cemed, mil ffoltlbn >A^iH not cfi^^. 
In •ddit/on, military and civilian aulhibr- 
Itle* at jrf! government In'$tall4tf<ms 
ln«#K5dlirs ' """ 



Ihii 



havft eboiwra 



wifh th« jtfv In every pfiasfe of ofjira- 
lioh, And Wl city with rhem. 

We hive sKfd It before, and we say 
It awain W #• f*Mj W^i^J^M 

fi^lch, rfnd \^e 
rt^ary personnel 
0fy reside in our 




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-wv^nfly tt^ City Man»tfer of Vtrgtn- 
"^feach mad¥ InquWes m what he has 
termed "the normal course" ot his du- 
t^, «wicermng the future status of 
Port ^ory and Camp Pendleton. When 
this became known, mu^ was made of 
it, and according to a r#ioli/tlon passed 
by aty Council, ''Certain news articles 
have created a misundesstanding of the 
purpose of «icH iotjuiry . . ." Council's 
I resolution als(^ st^es that no Q^ offi- 
* f cl*l or anyani ic^Nected with the gov- 
ernment or Virginia B^ach wishes to 
see Fort Story dosoi, and that the City 
pf Virginia Beach has no intention of 
tirging the closure as K)ng as a ui6ful 
pitfpo^ is being served. However, the 
resolution does say thflt at such tinie 
as either Fort Storf Br iaAip Pendletoft 
Is m lo ng er needed, the City is interest- 
ed jnwIW'WM disposltiori. To our 
w«f4Sf IWfffl^Wg, this is oftiy correct and 
fair. 

We absolutely do not believe that 
even discussion o^ Virginia Beach ac- 
quisition of Foi^ itdfy or Catnp Pendfe- 
tort is feaslbleat this time. We do, how- 



ii6«y 



ever, agree with the City Manager that 
Virginia Beach should be greatly inter- 
wted in the two properties, should they 
ever be declared outmoded and su^ 
0lus. And we would rather see the clH^ 
,^et them, if and when the time comes, 
*rafher than the State of Virginia. Ob^ 
\^iously the land is ideal for recreational 
Ise and for future development of Vir- 
ginia B^ch as a tourist mecca, un- 
iflatched anywhere in the world. Hov^-. 
>tver, we do not believe that we shouts 
question tfie wisdom of government 
and civlliah officials as to the time and 
method of disposing of them. 

Both areas in question serve unique 
purposes. Camp Pendleton is the only 
type of training camp of Its kind on tNi 
fast coast, and with the world situation 
lie way it Is today-, facilities for training 
probably will continue to be rnscessary 
indefinitely. Fort Story is the only am- 
|>hibious training base In the United 
States owned by the Am^y. It is con- 
sidered econo^fCatly impractteal and 
'contrary tp the successful accomplish- 
ment of the amphibious training mis^ 
ston to relocate the activities at Fort 
Story. Since fhU is so, we are satisfied 
with the '^atus quo," and have no de- 
sire to ™nge matterH.* 

Recent discustfon c^h^i'nfng ^ Fort 
Story ard Camp ^widl^wi may possi- 
bly havi caused soini Wtte alarm, but 
we are ^ft e confident thm ^ity officials 
wish to' <Jo nothing tifat d>uld cause 
hardship tb anyone, especially military 
affiliated personnel. Those personnel 
have made importent contributions to 
our city In the past, and we l6ok for- 
wiard to that continued cooperation h^ 
everyone so necessary to the smooth 
operation of any cfty. 

In shc^rt, we would like to see the 
-city get the installations some day, but 
' only if and when there is no military 
n^ for them and other arrangements 
have been made for all concerned. Let 
us hope that tfwt day can come, some 
day. It will be a great day in history, 
because the wOffd will be more at a 
true peace than it is today. 





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IK Ifttpertant Meeting 



An fmporlwt fleeting of the Vir- 
^ila tem^ Democratic Committee 
takes place in the Qrcuit Court this eve- 
ning. It is probrtrfvf •* Important a meet- 
ing as has baen held In Virginia Beach , 
since the consolidation of Princess Anne 
County and the City of Virginia Beach. 
It is a meeting of ihe Deniocratic lead- 
ers of the consolidated city. Including 
Cfty* CoufKll members, Constituional 
officer^ and government leaders. Dis- 
cussion will center around the forth- 
8^^ Cffy Councifmatic election, ex- 
P^(kI to be held in June. 

Just what will come out of the meet- 
ing is ^pen only t0 speculation. Coun- 
dl's own plan for reapportionment will 
be fully aired along with the ihiplica- 
tiwis of Judge Honman's order to re- 
apportion, the way wl» see It, there is 
little doubt that Council's plan for an 
etevein-tinfah courKll, to be made up of j 
&^ncAj^ and at-large representation, 
will rft^ye the m^t discussion. There 
should l::^ little di^:x>rd, since the plan 
* mtn Klpfgved ^wyrtwously by City 
C^Mr^l AOfn«\tin^ ^. 

V\^t prc^bly will be discussed the 
ft^i^ M mteiiSics c^ a City Coun- 
cil ilecticOT, earlier than it normally 
wmM have been held. We expect full 
n of k Dlamocratic j^rimiry, 
jfeebi "plnl # f^d 4jat prl- 
mtry «>rnetime in ^H. Th^t means 
4itt the filing ifte I6r bndldates is 

»jr And Mmm^ itiit pilmary, the 



general election, in Which all residents 
of Virginia Beach will vote on eleven 
Council members, probably Will be 
held in June. 

The consolidation of the old City 
Council and the Printiss Anne CeWnty 
Board of Supervisees aft the tim€^ of 
mei^r v^s ah iS^l^ftf mdvl. But 
nevC becabsi of ^ec^nt developm^ts, 
me time rs uj^n iJi to fihd a rtfVore 
suitable way of re^iresentation that will 
satisfy everyorti. Uhcfer the proposed 
system, some of the j^esent Council 
members may have to fb^ <Wt or bow 
out, oj even poM>ly Ns cp^ed, but 
this fs all Wi the nimi cA iri^isi Ind 
a good SovtonNlnt, &t^ to the 
people. 

We do expect some qjposition in 
selecting) the candidates by primary, 
and we will welcome this opposition, 
again in the nanrie of good and fair gov- 
ernment. We feel certain that the meet- 
rn^ erf #ie Virginia Beach Democratic 
Cgmnijttee wili Iron out the majority of. 
^ n^ndr differences of opinion that 
are bourid to arise, and nryake the right 
decWoni in the best interest of Virginia 
Beach. 

Yes, We da^xpect some opposition, 
but for ^osel who are looking for a 
Wtfefcsate ?ic ht, we iteel tl\^y^wll| be 
sadly mlstaktn. Jnjhis matter, things 
are far, far smopther than some would 
heve us telif ve. 



It #|i ifi l^i^slve ceremony, riot 
^th(»rt a sad iSt^. The USS Inde- 
pendence, aftec^sen^eral monlhs service 
just off the coast of Viet Nam, returned 
to her tidewater home port. She 
brought with her a briiliafnt recoi-d of 
cbWibet, ahd a battf^weSr^ crfw. She 
left behind eig[hteeh planes and sixteen 
fighting men, lost in the valiant attempt 
to maintain world peace, ^^^^^ ,* 
The homecoming spanned two days*^ 
The planes >nd pilots arrived at Ocea- 
na on Sunday. No one who witoetsed 
the sfrlirt fbrmetion fly-icJveT 0f th^ en- 
tire squadron, or watched the planes 
peel off for landing from tight groups 
of four could help being prbud of 
American fighting men. This was the 
"cream of the crop" coming home with 
flawless precision after sesmn thowWTTd 
sorties. Tney canhe hbrhe to a ricMy-de- 
served and Warm welcome. We cogfd 
not help; hdwever, another glance. 6r 
two at the skies after all had landed 
safety, somehow hoping that those oth- 
er sixteen men and eighteen planes 
would miraculously appear. These itien, 
both those Who came home aJnd thbse 
who did not, are our modern heroes., 
They have been f fghtirSg a modern war 
that no one wants, but one thatmufst 
be fought to a successful conclusion. , 
. Then on Monday, the proud Inde- 
pendence herself made her way Into 
Hampton Roads to another warm wel- 
come. It was an emotional homecorn- 
Ing. Relatives of the crew strearn^ 
aboard for the just before Christmas 
reuniting of families. It was a loud 



iKJmecomIng, wiHh bands, cheering and 
speeches, and they deserved it. It was 
unfortunate that an accfdent just be- 
fore the homecoming injured eleven 
crew members on Saturday, but think- 
fully, they too dime honite. The Inde- 
pendence is an aWes^6me ship and her 
very superstructure presents an image 
of strength. Ner honrreoMTwng was wel- 
come to everyone, regardless of wheth- 
er we krK>w anyone aboard or not. 



tetter Law EnforeHiait 

urn mmmmn Mii^f' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 

Ibrtn (rf a pdtasnto'i aign^ureott m 
wrtftime pirffftg tid»^^ % bto J 
im sltnala in tte nJAne of « toW 

got for aU (tf tt, there !• tte growing 
m&ation tfiat the role of the ^w |n- 
fo«»ment offl<«r can no lon^ w ae- 
ialbefl tn such simple terms. Andtowa 
laee id a growing rarlme rata ,with ita 
attendant compleritiea — a crime r^ 
that has doubled since 1^ mi fa &if- 
Ing ua tow of bffllona of ^^m vamm _ ,^ 

-4t to e Performance of duty thai becomai w»J 9^ 
pcMfbK to the Ught of «nderWJ*a4wtaM^d 
^Sworted poUce forces in spVk of iiefr mm^m 

There Is an acknowledgemwt W^ii^^ 
taw officers of the need for akflfa mdfsniamM 
tradiUonal subjects of police acad«mI«L ^mm 
need for training in human relationf, polp" 
relations and in facta about non-violeiK d« 
aa wdtt ii mass disorder. i .». m^%m 

In wm, after consulting with ttie exgarti fa ye Jgd 

of law enforcement from all over ttie eowwT/ llBue* 

duced in tte Seaate the first law enforcement utumem 

act to provida for Federal aid to police departawBta. ; 

THI IIOISIATION ^^ ^ 

fht Iaw Enforcement Assistance Act ©f 19M aUBed 
Into law la not an attempt by the Federal »w»mmenl 
to anpplant the administration of the aepini^ jtat»l . 
over tteir individual law enforcement •vwefii' Ai 
tiie Preaident stated in his message g Congyep*,^^ 
principal enforcement responsibility spll reirta en iwte 
and lobal govemmaita." ^ , 

What it will do ia anpower the Attorney Qen^al— 
over a thrw^jrear period---to make granta to UitM H^^ 
ciea and non-profit organizationa for the tr^ibtt oC 
atate Mid tocal law enforcement pw»imel MJ j^a % 
employed to crime prevention progrtma. Wigtmj^ 
crime effectively under modem conditions aad b^bI 
^intog law and order requires professicnwd po&e IM 
are experUy trained in a variety of ddUs. i « ! 

The bill also provides for Federal support far™ 
development oi unproi^ m^ods of eofordng enmU 
baI hiwa and administering jnatlee. ^ l 

The Federal Government now provides fcu mfeUH ie» 
aistance for research and training to other ^refHMmtt 
-HKience, mathematics, foreign kmguagea, Bii^llie» 
surfing. Trafaed, professional law wif orc«ient pe»i . 
aonnel are folly as eaaential to the preaervetlrti ofour 
national h^th and strength-^and ara no leas deaerftof 
of toereaaed Federal support 

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We welcome tnis mighty ship back 
phet home part, ar*t we wish it were 
entlrefy ^iible for her never to leliwe 
again to defend the free world aga|nst 
/igdresslon. Regrhttably, this Is not:^e 
way it is. The Independence and hfr 
able sisters will always go wherever 
^ey are needed ip this trouialed w<^|d. 
AndTher nnen, not a>rK»rned with the 
burning of draft cards or marqhing plck- 
eters, will, go with her, to defend the 
United States and all it stends for. 

the vvar in Viet Nam, to most of us, 
is a war being fought in a faraway 
place. Most of us, however, heve telh- 
tives or friends there, who won't be 
home for Christmas. Let us never for^fet 
what they are doing there. They ere 
trying to prevent totll war and to keep 
such atrocities away from our shores. 

We welcome the men of the USS in- 
dependence home, and we offer you 
our he^rt-felt thanks for a job well 
done. We can only express our appre- 
ciation to you for the rnighty work you 
have done. Have a merry Christmas, 
and many happy new years to come. 



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DATES AND ES/ENTS FitiM YESTERYEAR^ 



tlBMbi Bad* Iks emr^Mn AifrMi, Novenbar U* IMt the 
W.CT.U. was wpf^mi, Nofenber It, Ul*. 

FiMa lateea t»a»k Oe mOlm Itiver, VoreiBiber 2f, UH 
fiermui WW criaiiiials went oa trid al Neeeniberg, Nontd^ 
t9f 194S. ' * '■ 

A miilaMi fw t ttlliMi ail «as ^ustd, Navefitat n» HSI: iQaa. 
D^Ki ItteArfhir was an^irfed GUel M Stat, Novembw ti. 
Mi. 

Tlw "CUu CHptct^^ook eS Ml the int tnou-PitiliC air attU 
lUKi, KoTcmber Sl^ USS. , 

HoBuda ^iMd a feresty ]ofaiIiig alAance with GtrmiBy, 114^, 
tn^tL aM W^juft Nevmiber tS» IMt. 

Tte int B4B8 raM 4m I^Ayo tron SaifM took J^mt, NoTMuet 
H 1H4. 

The At^ ATny evaeaaled Now York CKy, Neranba |^ |V||, 



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Your Faith and You 

^ ROBERT H. GARNER 

MlBister, Tabmiacle Metbodkt Church 



Congratiiiatioits And Best Viftodea 

Just a week ago, the Virginia Beech ported one thousand new rest<Snts 

Planning Commission chose a new rnove each month, planning Is of majir 

chairman, to fill the vacancy created by importance. As we have noted many 

A. L. Bonney's move to City Council, times in the past, development of the 

The new chairman, J. W. Wood, is an mammoth city of Virginia feach must 

able man, who takes over a posititsn of begin to move southward, since that 

great importance In our city, fn the 0^ ^.me only area left with a large amount 

few years, planning, bUh lmrn©f i^ W open land. We then look to AAr. 

and long-range. Has beceWil extriW«iy Wbod and the guidance of the Planning 

Important to the City of ^i^ta &^£h. ^mmission to mold the future topo- 

And now, perhaps even rterl than be^- ##hy of Virginia Beach, 
fore, as we ne# the peik<^ our rlj^ to our way of thinking, the Planning 

growth, planning must ^fay an ini|i^r* Cornmlssion has done an excellent job 



tant role in the^ shaping of the future 
of Virginia Be?ich. 

AAr. Wood has taken over the helm 



in the past In helping develop such a 
large and spread out city. To this ffme, 
the job of planning has been a tough 




of a Commission that itiOst continue to ohe, but we believe it now will become 

look with abso16ff scrMtihy at new fo4d more complex, as land becomes mo^e 

locations, new sifes for ■ epartmifents, And more scarce. Since there is no Indl- 

housing developments, .iWd the flke. cation that the growth of Virginia fteach 

This Commission, f*it>bawy serves citie IS near a stall, we turn, to the' Planning 



of the most usefiiff' |3ftJr ^ j>r 6! i fa 
group in the city. Its redMHRRMHi' 
to City Council are Instrumental In de- 
ciding just what the City will look JlKe 
In the years to come. 

in governlrnenl^, iff airs, the . Plg^i- 
ning Conrvnission fe relatively a new 



Commission to pliih for the^ew sheets, 
jMbots, stores, houses and roads. 

We are most pleased with the S0lec- 
tipn of J. W. WtkM tb leed this Impor- 
tent group ip-lfs funcftoh. We offer him 
our comf^ie , cooperation 'along W\^h 
pMr ccingratulations; and best wishes 



function, but with the advent of r^ld We know hfe will do the excellent job 
grt»^;ft rs most fW:«5sary. (n Virginia ^jecessary in'thS fOfUte des?e1<prteW bf 
fe#i. pei^uferfy, f any to^lcli a r^ Vlrtm^^ 



Aoconiag to ttie Zend-Avesta, the'andent sacred texiis d the rt^^m 
of Zoroasb-umism, Ahura Ma^a, tiie god of 11^ aad t})e &8moc oTtte 
woiU, ovne uKo eartUy existence on a flamiBg chark>t from the obi. 
Mithr^, the god of an ancient Persian religion, was bom into estftldy 
We on the gold«i rays of tiie sun breakii^ across the day. One taiay 
also Bai attsMog parallels to sudi glorioKa deMic birUa in Ck«k 
mytholt^. The great <3dd Zeus appeared before Piersei;hone arising out 
of a deep diaan, rkiii^ a chariot d darit ^«Ktor pulled by fiery^eyed 
coal-Wadi steeds. Aphrodite, the goddess of love, dafcoMfed to earth 
fitHn die ck)uds in a white diariot pdled by gracefd w^ swtm^ 

In ^laip coMrast to the advent of the godi, a tiny bat^ was bwn 
ai a ^uoy ni^t in BekUehem in a rwte stabte. He was va» wima we 
have caUed the Lord of ISe. Such an ignonbuous b^i^ig seems to 
be a paradox wfaoi we c!onsider who he W9S. 

God's ways sMnetimes a^ar quesptionaUe to us. tf vra were |oing 
to stage ti» prochiction d tite birth 4^ dirist, we would luive do^ it 
dlM«r«itiy. We wddd have added all the grsideur mi att^oax^n^ of 
a Cecil B. DeMHle |»txiuction. But Ood dwse to iMe ni^al mej^s— 
not fiery steedb or irtitte swans-4MA a tendw and corop a s s ionate ilbth* 
er to tt^ier in &» eaiMy life of (hriM. 

^ffitey were Mi^ (or a king 
f . Ite slay their foes and 1^ tfiemU^. 

ttitf#&n's^,aBlfleb^Mng, y 

Ttt^ mde a woman <?yr 
»*. a staMf ! .W^» of all place?, jvas Jesus bwra a» jMaWe? It wm 
ajrely nk fm |&c^ I6r a l^ t© bis trnin. ft waS ft mce <rf aninys, 
contain!]^ the steodi and ver«^ Md .dbrase Mosii^ aasodated wit 
anjmak. It was a dirty {dace nto vi^kfa Jesuft was N^. But ^, ^hen 
We t^ii^ of the stable in association with the Chriattnas stcffy, we do 
not thirk of it as a pi&ce ot dirt; we think of it aaa t4|k% «( everla^ing 
^ory-ixcsam d Mm vAn was b(Hii there i&at t^L 

In many ways, ttie work! into wfakh Jesos^ was born was no , 
than the s^e. True, the wteM of Roman ^q^m«yn had made 
strides In llv, ardiUedure,- phflo^ophy, ^ tfts. and poUib. ' 
wse ateo a work! d inhumanities as w^ as binnanities, a 
cnne fairl«ris^S anj tow morality. Sui ttiai tiny lie whKh ' 
the ^abte fitan the place of dirt to Uie pla<^ rf ^ory^ also,__ 
the woi4d. lite gave to the n^i o! his (ky and to us file Mne i 
dant living, ttie hope for meanii^ to our extstence, toi the 
e^rrd lie beywid this life. te 

Ouf ^W is waitM^ for a Savior, YqU o^ I n^ a SMf . J^-m 
ceid^rate his bir^ ^riiig tiiese di^ kt mft^ mspec^wt^ thft be 
au^ bs bos anew in us. 




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LYN!«A^^IN — KtaTt 0mm 



Of^s EaligKlened Suggestional 

FC« I«RY GENTL0W 



TROUSmiS 



RAim^EAR & 
OUTERWEAR 



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hy Southwick Cwhb%, Ma/w & 



hy Fnrortere. Buplwry, LonJow 
Fog. MaclnKah, Mighty-Mae 




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/I Ipm iinee to Ite MA M ^ 

l^r. DasoiAv 17. fe^ • tK Q ». 
IL II wU b« a 'dKo* iMdr sri 
In^ are ^nd bo w«tf tiea aaii 
ft« gM«^ (tftici or AM aoi 



taoluni ii' 



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forhs tn 'nMt liwuM* 



41 to 





T(»^BAm 



&y Borvoti - i^rulerson • , , 
Gihha, Burberry, Inwrtif* 



Meoitorg of At 
iM^ie wtH chaQ:«Mt md 
flte p8r«M3 to malw wraiii. ^ 
Im- t^ J^ingtag sal^icUM i|i «r 
tee aMx^ No km «BM al- 
io^ to toave h^an it pjh. i^b- 
ml wi^p puiiiliaiyii A 



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WSfWdn^i aWfellNGS ly Gml. Esgle. Tfoy GiilW 

JffiLTS & LEAtlW^ GOODS 6y Peorse. Canterbury, Hirdea 

NECKWEAR b Ripelz. fteijel^fi, 0ef Witts 

Brunzini ,. ^ 



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'A u;orU-wfcIe collection o/ Gi/tiy^e ca^Ui \ 
your inspectidn at^ our Gift Bart ^ y 

■» lUlXattiyrSffSk so? LASIlinOAD • fiBllNIAftACll 
C»KVntA8 SHOPHNG HOUBS : MON. THRU IW. 9 TO 9 — SAT. 9 TO 6 :50 



THi C. It P, 
TI10»HONE 
COMPANY 

01= vmoiNiA 

OFF0?S . 
PERMANENT CAREERS 



IV THE COMMITS irATlOMS FIELD 
TO QUALIFIED EECEirr HIOH 
tOHOOL ORAIMTATES. 
TO UkKZ AN AWommENT 
FOR IirrERVIEW, CA.U. COLLECT 
SSft 6804, 0» APH.T J>«BCTLT 
TO THE 0»rtCE AT lao W. BUTE 
ST.. HORVOLK. VA.. HO?»DAY - 
fBUMT. 8:30 A.M. TO 5 P.M. 

An wiaal opyortttiitty emdorer 



mtmimmtmaibmk, 

nMKM «r v«ieial mMi^. 
mA ^BMl tr^WaMd* (NA infant 
tmlbmid tmrnk be med isoplBte- 

Ju^gtal wffl be bM ta tke 4^ 
time Ok Oecenba- 1? by be GkMo- 
petan Orta^r Qmlio CSuli art 
^ib liiMi wA be awmdad to 
wluiiii «i tmtt^ al ^ Biobe. 

HmCM^^^i Bnottw to I^WRii 
ferSKQilf. MMBlief i», il »:« 
pm. at Witt Pufc. Wdi Mmm*§ 
CQOMTiMlw refiorto ^A Saata ami 
wS atlwA and Im tset MiMM 
co^nMBgp wfll tail ^teot. 

Mtvc (^ boahe, c(4h. hot 
^i^oiHe and dMiMi wiU be a^ved 
in a iM#i|i'« dtack. 

FamSIefl are invtted to any and 
attieativMR an* to see tbe «h 
tranae 4mtmA to tradMoMi 
^fo 1^ Nih gmctt Mid red 
ttabaa enhanriag t^ gas laalam. 



Vlrolnia Beach ^JN, ThurKla\^ ^^"^ ^^^ 



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When newcoiMtird movt: to 
toMm, oar Hgatess greete 
_th(mi, aiU extends a wel- 
come, with the personal mes- 
sages of our f riendlju_ dvic- 
mindei sponsors. 1* 

NEWCOMM 

iWEETING 

Mrs. Mirgarat Lowman 






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GROUP STOItll 
SWEET OR BUTVBItMlMC 

2DBLICKHIS 




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Bay Shore fl€ 

LYNNHAVEN — Tte affliual 
H&ty Christmis party of Bay 
Sure Gwdea Chd) d Virginia 
Be«d) waa hdd in ^ hon» of 
ftr. and Mrs. Ahrtn Jarrett on 
North Bay 9)ore Drive on tl^ eve 
nto^ of Decendber •. 

The hamt was festivdy decorat- 
rf by members of Uie club. The 
group sin^g of (^ristmm caroli 
was hi^ligfated by ^ wtertain- 
big young Jarrett girls, Lynn and 
Ledie, wlw gowned in nightitM, sal 
on the staircase and rendered car- 
(^ fw yie ^i^ 

Gifts were exchanged ircund the 
CSiristmaa tree and seascBial ro- 
firedwawits were served. 

Gold awards were received iff 
Mrs. Jarrett. Mrs. R. C. MeGrath 
and Mrs. CUBord Baughman. Blue 
ribbons went to Mrs. Jota Mat- 
thews, Mrs. iaines yan Loon, Mrs. 
Gii>«i Wflaon, Mrs. Frank Mal- 
bon, Mrs. WUHam Kidder, Mrs. 
Maurice Jackawi, Mrs. Jarrett. 
Mrs. WaHa- Renn, and Mrs. 
Bau^aa. Ited ttkom were giv- 
en to Mrs. W. W. Waller, Mrs. 
Tliomaa W(«na<*, ^!rs. S. L. Ha- 
kim, Mrs J. S. Schnridt, and Mrs. 
W. S. Sievertseo. 



Party Sunday 

BAYSI>E — The Baysl(te Junior 
Woman's Club will hoW its animal 
Ctarirtmas Party Simday aftaiioon, 
December 19, at *e Chesapeake 
Beach Fire Department fr«m 3:00 
until S:00 pm. 

Chikhrei of tfie club meonfcers 
wiU trim the Chrislnvas tree I th 
iunKmade decwatka*. which they 
prepared belore hand. Santa wiU 
be present to pass out pfte. A 
buffet dinner will foUow the party. 
Mrs. R. A. Amok! is in chai^ d 
arrai^ements. 

Frank Torreyswi will provide 
taped ipusic and carols will be 
sung. Seroral guests will be in- 
vited. 



VWmmih »ACS-t%a mdok 
Mval tatt^ Aaaei^aB (^SA) 
baU its Urd M^nai^^ 

aadinttly wfarti. 

OUsws (or UN «•: PiflUeM, 
Omsmuim Wid^ SAM ^kd^nt 
fttt ffi p^" IXviito; Vfee Presi- 
^ . , Q pwy^^^ Bffl (H^, at- 
tached to flti itoval Raierve.ttain- 
^ Onmmairf; Seoetarr'nraaaur- 
er. yirtiMat <^or grade) Jim 
0BV^ P\mc ttiifsum OlBcer. 
U. a Naval AflifMUoBS School; 
Ikits^tn CamiAttee aiaabers, 
CiyMta (tt VUia, (^bA J. S. 
mmM ^^ (ft^ta#.'Chid 
W«nHl Ofleer INri^ %udove, 
A. R McGoB^ pSCS . 

1^ M^ ^UMhroD npoiied 
f^ to IMS lackidfaig several 
iBm aad large boiA regattas. A 
jpnlor and adult trainii^ program 
w& also be e<xukicted for the 
sec!»d year. The wqnadam has IS 
bo^ to ua« 1^ qwUf ied aaaocia- 
Um BWRdwrs. 

The WiUfl^ sad Scpudron wQ! 
have its own dd boat for the 0rst 
time ^c^the stpiadron's forma- 
tkw in ISB. In the past members 
provided theh- own boats for sld> 
tng. A sli^xn course will be lakl 
out in MUou^by Bay near the 
Naval Air SMXm FUt Camp and 
organized sc^dron competitkm 
will be hdd during \he ^ seaaon. 
Ftee Instnictkn^ are provided to 
associatkm members. 

Rear Admiral E. B. Taytor, 
Commandant FVth NavaS District, 
will offkdaUy install the new offi- 
cers January 5 during ceremcwues 
at the Naval Station Officer's Club. 
Membership in the association 
is open to all active duty untform- 
ed and r^red personml and ch- 
eers md ralkted personnel of at 
lied aimed aervwa. 




Gregg Weber can husOf lift the » ?wia« fUb he «^ga< ^* 
kuiABg net from the wrtwft eS tiie boat do<* of Up h«ie la Mraad 
B«v Ctdotay. The ll-year.^ aen ef C^mmMfer M «*«. *«•* •'• 
Wdier had been i^|^ *e Mi#r a oaMe sA ^ W«^ 
fioaUy maiMged to Wi& aW *«% U«i hi ea IMnday msn^. 
Nceitrrs to aa^, tte aiiJiiiMiii generated 1^ tte pemi MIe (hfeeis 
maii*a eBMoal pite le|« fte neighborboed husiiag to hove . < ^ 



SUITS BY: 
Botany-Baker 

and Crickteer 

SPORTCOATS BY: 
Botany and Mavest 

SLACKS BY: 

Jefferson and Mafair 



^RAINWEAR BY:, 
London Foq and 
Alligator 

^SPORTSHIRTS BY: 
Pendleton and 
Manhattan 

The Most Complete Men's Clothiers In Virginia 
Beach" 



NNSA (Ajjectives range fr«n the 
encouragement <rf recredticmal 
boating to the fcarmation <rf a na- 
tional associatira. It is unique hi 
th^ menber^ ckies are the kw- 
nt of any sinoOar organizaticn^in 
the world-^ cents a year. 

Itiere are three squadrons in the 
aaaociiAto>~aailii%, waiinr ddhig 
and power bclits. 

Membendup plications aad 
additkmal infomiation are avtfl- 
ible by cidUog the mmt Into^ 
metioB Offiper: U. S. Aaval Am- 
phibious School at 464-1611^ ext^ 



Basketball Oil 
WAVY Ratfia 

PORTSMOUTH - WAVY Rado 
(fffiC-13») will air four ba^etbaD 
games this week and early n&d 
we^. 

Here is the sdiedule for Becon- 
ber le-lB: 

Thursday, December le-Morida 
StMe vs. North C^atiUna at Chap^ 
fflll. Time: f:4S p.m. 

Friday, Deceiiio- 17-Diiquesae 
vs. Waltt Forest at Winston &dera. 
Time: 7:45 p.m. 

Satwday, December 18'— Duki 
vs. Vii^a at CharlottesviUa. 
Time: 7:4B p.m. 

Duke vs. Mif^gan will be aired 
Tuesday, DecenAer 21. The game 
will be played at Detroit at a 
,tnne to be announced. 



<///>/) i.'U^/)'^f IS 




SHOP 

By JACK MOORE 



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. For Your Shopping Qonvenience . . . 
We are open Man. thru Sat. 'til 9 P.M. 




2100 Atlantic Avf 
Phone 428-1051 



SWl in doubt! Give a 

GIPT CERTIFICATE 

Prom Chgrry Pearson! 




)k SOOmile late n»dd stodt car hase has been ediehded tol<|pA 
13, 1901 at N^ CfiTotoj^'M^ Speedway, oKieirfs oioouncedttla 
week. /:* ^/ 

The event, to be railed fte Peach Btossom 500, was" 
jotatly by ESsie Webb, speedway CSjairnJm <rf die Board, and P^j 
ceU, exect^ve Manager d tfie sanctioning Natkaitta Ass'n. to 
Car Auto Rfttuig' - 

The 500-tap W«< i^he*e flH*%tpi*p8t4*ir Aofwing in tte^ 
Unas to 1988 model race c«» aad coiftes just^wo we^ alter Ifae ia*- 
son opener on the East Coaat at Daytona*«rf*>ri*- 1 

"OaH ,tt a iMui^-bai^ beginning,", flomwumted Webb. 
with theD^<oia Kb, the Peat* Btosrtim S* itarts thfe season affj 
a doAle roar. We beilwe *are i» bJ^aifndoiia int«trt M SM. 
ri^t from the atart Ford and lOnrysJer will be going fifiborti m tt 
And there may ha even aaofte- manuf adorer oompettng. 

•"We are pertkularly haippy to preseni the fin* b^ raM^the 
tite Canri^t^irgftf' ar^ tMQWae fi^ Is the ^*^«^ 
rtrf. f aisili ttift area wiB ^tfde l» find oiA firiltpnf 
at Rockifllham Juit whliris h» atoreto^tfart tie if*t o< the yean" 

Name for tiie March eveirt came from the fact ttffl* the wp^^ed- 
way is kicated in the mi^He ol ftthriving peacbffawimji^a. anlfte 
fnuttreeawiUbeinhJo<wi^«*|(t**n3W»b. ^,j 

The Peach Btossom SOO will be one of two NASOAR-siictwDAlJate 
modd auto r««s in 1S83 at the ooe*tale, asplMOt Nortii Caroikia '^ 
^edway. A«o«^ kmg-distaiice derby la fdwdi^ to Oct ^, 
C<«lmnati<» d two dalbm at NOMS roeaiB th«-e wiU be 10 s 
sneedwey racea in m* «dib » W^ number on ttie (^a<to. ^ Ae 
<^r aver tracb it B^H. Parla^W. S. C, A^mM, (^ aid 
Chartotte, N. C. "" :. 

!torth Carolina Mc*®r S^pMdway, wWA q«»ed on Ort. ^, ^e^haa 
beffl .cea9$by ton mA cmfemm to most mmdem ra£ti)r{>la|| in 
the Untted Stales. _ ^ 

"We ks^ to mtrinpnin tiiat ^i^ictbn," Webb said "Therefore we 
A«U conetan^ ify to ^ifpom wr'facifity. For our March 13 |ace 
we wSl li|(ve si ^ woSm ammimea tlwt w^ bad at one ^^ 
. . ^us aome wKxte." «it 

Bare tacei^. &e ^^^ghila &ai^ Dragway is the only dmagfrip 
in the area (tot is 9tffl ^^ 9i#^ dosed its doors Sunday and wil 
art open to Ae rest «l d» wi^r. t 

Jo* DdiO^ pi«no^ to Ae ^^inta BeaA Dtagwy aild fare 
is a big day ^amud to tfmaip^y- DeLosg »a7* ^ «mwlB ia||aOO 
cars to oompeto in tl^ sto£*er-giaef run at the ^p. \ 

Dfajm ^y» ihwe wffl be a '^wwder-fufi" derby (ea^d tiiis 
l^inday dftenwon. 
. Vf aacA tm sm m la*3^ al«* dmifaaitor an* $50 will gP to top 

As ia% as tito ^^ opK^ on Sunday afternoons khe tttes will 
; i^^ at ].l:3p am. ^OIlLMmMtkJ^smg A lft:» p^m, aoS cogpe- 
Utkra gettii^ underway at i pjo. ^ ' 

For tkse interested th^re is going to be a big fun M Ae Itrq) 
Jan. 2. 19^. Ddflog ai^ lia teiiaiaHng to bring iawv«rtl'#.r "' 
names in drag-racii« for a match rase to kick off tl^, new yeA R 
promises to be one of the b^K«Bt runs ever at the Vh^i^ 
Dragway. See you Siere. 





NOTICE 



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VA. ICACH / AlAGOiM / lAYSIDC 



Effective Dec. 11, 1^5, our Service arul Pm^ 

Pepartuc^nts wiU be «ilf n as io^mi |[ 

Monday pa |fi#^f 7:30 A.M.-^(» P.M. | 

CQATES HQTOB CO., m\ 

VirgM* ieach, Va. 



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OBITUARIES 



liM.JKNNBMIOWNIMa.MN, 
n^ 41 BlMk«i«v 4M H ki tapttai 

•i«l*C of CMllB CSMHtr. N t., 
■fW^irf Iwd to Hit ^dpwtor 



Itos. Htnrf hem^ d ^Hte- 
«r Dcto«it ml Nortli E. Mc- 




^. I>Wra<UN CE!^. 11. W 
f^t«fvid9ee road Iws d^d bi • 
HwpM aMa- an k&iiaB «r two 
WMls. A oittwa of Battlmore. he 
•inr kfre S ;•■!«. 1^ nw a ratir- 
fll nwddar «f tetley Madine 
Wetks, 

Swvi^ig «« a aon. L. A. C^ 
«f ^^goteSMHii; a haX iMaE.afai 



I 



#, of JMB tbit Drivt died te a 
wmakmctik tone. Survivim are 
«im nieoea. Mrs. Virald lUggs and 
lbs. T. R. yMm» or Virgtala 




tt iorvbod ^ a dam^ler. 
Mrs. Budce VaMi^; aod a smi, 
Keoaefli W. £Mer. boOi oT Vir- 
1^ Besdi, and other rdatlves. 

• ♦ • 

Mi& tMWS BOSBR KING. IS. 
IBS DiriMmre Avraue. died receirt- 
^ ia a lKM|iM. Sm iraa the wtfe 
of BiiMrd J. lOog «ad w^ a ttfa- 
tag nriditt ol {Ma area. 

nd, aurvlvoif 
• imaAter, Mn. Audrey 



Bi IMS a N«vy CaiplBla Md 
ed la the Bmrve neet at Nortok 
Nvvtf ai^vd and waa atricken 
iMe 00 dB^. He was the husband 
qI Ifra. Anila EveUne Sdwaner. 
Mte to wUoMr. he is survived 
hjl a tot itA Sdiwaner of Vir- 
^tota BimA. a sister and two 



I^IJAMIN MTTCHEIX. JR., of 

M^ Oax avenue hK (Med in a 
nwsing home afto- a ^rt IHness. 
He w» a naitve of Nortfi Cam 
Ilna Md had retired from Norbik 
VbKnA Base, 

flurvtving are hs widow, Mrs. 
Ireie IfitdiA, ttiree sons. A'bert 
F^rvbee and IhonMs MitdwU of 
^r|^a Beach and Bmjamin H. 
latdKH of Newark. N. J.; six 
<te#tera. MisB Ix^ Mitdie^ and 
MH. CathMrtne Bokkn of Newark, 
lfr«. Beilte Harper and Mrs. 
nUft If. RaedaH of Virginia 
Bet^: Mrs. Dorothy McPhersoo 
of WasMoi^ Md Mrs. Geor^a 
WMt» of Bridgeport. Ooon.: SB 
pmidtiMmk', Md 13 greatgrand 

chilVCB. ,^' 

• • • 

Mi& LAURA BURGNE8S. 71. of 

4M north Oceana BNd.. has died 
to a hospita! after a short ifties. 
S^ WM a. native of New Tim, S. 
C, and a retired domestic work«-. 
Surviving are two brotiiers. 
Oiaite SfeCray and Jacob Mc- 
Cray of PMIaddphia. 

• • .* 

MBB. KATHARINE CLARK 
^CAUmtEUL, n. of «00 Atlantic 
iAv«iue.,lMs died in a nursing 
home. She was a writer Md wrt^ 
under tlw pM vuek, Katherine 
Hiyjlsr. She had resided at Vir- 
0taia Beach for 15 months. 

Surrivin gis a sod, Navy O^pif. 
avry R CUMweD of Norfolk. 




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Wall Frames 16x20 
Many Styks and Fimshing 

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A f^w of the "oMer" folks of Vtafliila BcmA m1 Prtaieess Aaw County w« fveliaUy leeegirise Oris iMmitfe reee^ pIMegroph oi fte Cewt Hepe pliewa the aew lOmm ^ *M^*^** * 

picture of the Prtacess Arae Cowt Hmho. Ae pleta re was takM sotaetlBM tai the WWs as you cm Id t«» was tahea. sMewa^ hafS Ncp VVl kli and aa ad«lo« was ifM «« »^fj^ TZt ** 

by (he oU Model 'T' parked at the fraat The bofl ding has (gauged quNe a Ut dace a cttbea sHp- buOdtag. Awl. H auyow attenpM to parlr li ftrwt of the steps ted^» fltey «*« hme to irtoe 

M frame bulMtof ea the righ t no kMer exMs. a brfck waU aad a hedge. Aid, Om^ eeuU paaslMy get a ticket to bo^ _ . , 



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Pi^ess Anne Plam 



Phone 340-7752 



D. Owens <i Sylvania. Ga.; two 
sisters, ei^t graixkhildren and 

two great-granchHth-en. 

* • * 

DAVID WAYNE OWEN. 4, a son 
of i<Am Keraietti and Nancy Fm- 
bHie Owen cf 4713 Vistory road, has 
died in a tmsfiital. 

Besides his par^its, the child is 
survived by a sistor, Miss Nancy 
Marie Owen; and two brokers. 
Jdm K. Owen. Jr.. Md Paul D. 
Owen, aU of Virginia Beach; and 
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. 
Fantone, &.. of Norfolk and Mr. 
and Mrs. J. H. Owen of Chew- 
peake. K. > 

• ♦ ♦ 

C3IAIUJE T. DAVIS, 6S, of Inde- 
pendaice Kvd., died in a hospital. 
He was a retired employee (rf Vir- 
ginia Beaciv School System. 

&Mvrvinig are \m> brothCTs, Petar 
Davis of Vii^ia Beach and 
Gecmge Davis of Trerrton, N. J.; 
four sisters, Miss Betty Davfe Md 
Miss Wkoi Davis of Trenttm. Mrs. 
Corine Green and Mrs. Addie Ik>I- 
ley of Virginia Beadi. 

HEKOnr CAM. SCQWANER. .TR., 
of 2336 Leeward khmre Drive, di^jd 
hi a bo^ittid afto* a heart attack. 




loui^ th« Ctock, for y«w« imtit 1992 ctopen- 
4Mim oM fMviM comwcted Norfolk and Ports^ 
mCMiMif 

. . .Ifien H. D. Oliver had be«n serving for 87 
years ... ■* • 

Ac^ as iwo cttias' onfy oouhedh^ Unk, the depoidafcie 
leRtea enaaed and racrossedAfeBbubeai River between 
l«erlsfc M^ Evtstmudi. fa vm the NorfoSc-Portsmoulh 
9iA^ T^mI mm opened and the ferries were needed 
.aoaaore. 

%Wm,u Mw. a D. (SlkfBt served the communitiea 
MMb If bolal «ad foneril sirHces of th6 highest 
isiiier. tMiqr ^ fine Ikims, tie aewest at Vlr^a 
ItBEb aad a eapUe. saw fa li ce d staff assure you of, 
U0^ rflia^ed. defied es»» of sA yoiu- needs. Cai 



Hury D. i^ Jmbm B. OUrar 



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City Cpuncll 

(Continued {ran page Oi^) 

diat tite city appoint Dr. Madge 
D. May as the head of the de{»rt- 
RiMt At present. Dr. May sorv^ 
both Vhr^wia Beadi a»i Chesa- 
peake u^er the State Departineitt 
of H^kb. Council unMimously 
adq;)ted the jdan and will initiate 
actioD (m it. 

In (rtbo- action cmincfl: 

# Appropriated $1,660 for of- 
fice equipmMt Ux the Engineering 
Dq>artmMt. 

% ApptweA 12 zoning changes. 

# Approved use permits |or 
nn new servke stations in the 
^nbroke area. 

# Approved a use permit to 
construct a sewage cbs^al sys- 
tem in the Ayakn Terrace area. 

# Approved a use permit for 
the construction of 152 apartment 
units in the Arrcnvhead area. 

# Denied an application for the 
etosure of two streets'in Aragona 
Village. 



PABENTS 
ELIGIBLE 

A change hi financial status may 
Mtitle a parent, or parmts. to 
Veterans Administrathm C«i^>en- 
sation or Death Indemnity Compen- 
sation if the veterM son's death 
was sf^rvice competed. 

Under the Deatii and Indemnity 
CcHi^nsation Laws a d^ndort 
parent, or parents, is entitled to 
ben^its if his veterM son. or 
daughter, died in so^ice cr of a 
service c(»uiected cause and if his 
income is within Uie legal limita- 
tion— $1,750 for a single paroA; 
$2,^ ftH* both parMts. 

In many cases the parert was 
not entitled to the ben^t at the 
time of the veteran's death be- 
cause of the uicome Iknitidioo. 
However, as the f»rents grow told- 
er and their income is reduced, 
they /may have beccmie eligUe 
for tiw VeterMS AdnoinirtratioB 
ben^t. The sun^vii^ pu«it, or 
parMts, becam<s eligS^ wha in- 
c(Siw falls wltMn the limltatioii. 
allhwgh this mi^ be years itfler 
die vetoM's death. 

Monthly paymMts rMge frotn 
111 to $83 per numth, dependii^ 
upon incrane of the parMt or par- 
Mts. 

If a pareitf is hi doubt as to his 

eligibility, it k suggested that he 
coiKact Tlnm4s A. Moore, Area 
Dh-ector, £Hvisi<m of War Vet«-- 
ans' Clahns. ConuiKmwealth ol 
Virginia, &iite 218. Pnrfessional 
Arts Buildhig, Norfolk. VirgLnia, 
at 142 W. York Street. Maurice J. 
Hunger. Veterans' CSaims AgMt 
for the DivisM, vi^ te Atei 
B. Shq>ard (^iraattoa Center, 19th 
Street and Paiik AvMue, on the 
seoraid and ftnrtfi Ihursda^ oi 
each month, between the hours U 
12:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. 



Carrier Retiirns 

(Continued from page One) 

A painting of a tree had been ad- 
ded. When asked about the special 
designatiM. pilots said the airci|M 
bad been Mown throu^ a treelto 
knock out some Viet Cxoig gueriUite 
ynbo were diooting from th^ 
leaved vantage; pohit. Hie guns 
were silenced^y the sneak move. 

•Rie carrier itself .J^rijivjed in Nor- 
folk Monday and tied up to pier 
12. Naval authorities at the Nor- 
folk Naval StatiM m^ pmi ap- 
proxknately 5,000 people Uimed out 
to wefaxMne the Indepeiidenra 
home. 

The wet. ndsty ixpoflier faiMl 
to dampoi tiie sphrtt ni the arrival 
of the giant war^. To Htced who 
had waited seven l<Hig monti^, tiie 
rain that feil meant nothing. 



New Members 



ScHWky stfter irix head noonifas of 
goatii^. . ~ 

The new mw rib e r s are Connie 
Jones, Geor^ McQuHkin, NMcy 
SttiierlMd, DeftA>ie Murden, Suan 
LaoQUture, Maifaret Addoibrook, 
Betty Wood, and Debbie White. 

Ibor official, acceptance , was 
nuide at tiie WWte Idtiatkm Bm- 
quet hdd lA the Made Ai^is 
ItefltaurMt on Novendso- 28. Dhi- 



BIRTH 

Mr. and Mra. Don Amos att- 
nounce the bhih of their sec(»Kl 
child, second soU^, Phillip Jeff Irson, 
on Nov. ffl ;|in Norfolk General 
Hospital. Mrs. Amos is the former 
Mi^ Baitiara ForelmiMi. dai^iter 
of Mr. Md l\f!irs, Phillip W. Fore- 
hand, formerly of Chesapeake. Mr. 
Amos is the son of Mr. and Mra. 
W. F, Amos d Atlanta, Ga. 



Mr. Md Mrs. Jdui J. FreemM 
Jr. announce the birth of theu- first 
chikl. a daughter, Dawn Marie, on 
Nov. 30 in i;)e ]|aul IJospit^Mrs. 
Freemanis the former Miss Nahfa 
Cro^y. granddaughter (A Mrs. 
Mary J. Clark of Norfolk. Mr. 
FreemM is the son d lilr. and 
Mrs. John J. Frieeman Of New 
Yoric. 



Mr. and Mrs. Rajj^Morisette' m- 
nounce the birth d their first 
child, a daughter. Valerie Dawn, 
on Nov. 29 m Norfolk General Hos- 
{^tal. Mrs. Morri^te is the fom^ 
Miss LJnda Honeyoitt, dau^ta- ol 
Mr. and Mrs. Jam« W. Honeycutt 
VWGJmA BEACH - Ei^ giite of Norfolk. Mr. Morrisette is the 
l»ve been initiated into Tri Gamn^ ^ of Mr- aai Mrs. W. W. Morri- 



sette Sr, also of Norfdk. 



Mr. an^Mrs. Angdo N. Ihisso 
announce the birth of t^air first 
child, a son. Ang#) N. Jr., at 
Dec. 5 in Ldgh Memorial HospitaL 
iMrs. Russo is the former Ifiss Rt- 
ta J. lUdanan, dauber ^ Chtef 
and Mrs. J. W. Rickmei of Chesa- 
peake. Mr. Russo is the son of 
mr was foHofwed by die traditional Ifr. aad Mrs. Jwefik Bium ol Vk- 
coamony. , ghiia Beach , 




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B^th Towels 59* 
Face Towels 39* 
Wafh Cloths 19* 

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VIRGINIA beach; VBWSINIA, TI^H^a^AY. CW»ABER 16, 1965 




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VIRGINIA BEACH; nORFXHJC - nie board of dl 

rect(»rs of Virginia National Bank 

merting recenSy increased the 

ijank's legal lending limit to a 

single borrower to $3.5 mtfUon, 

thnnu^ the transfer (d $2^,000 

frun undivided profits to siffplin. 

This action rais^ the legal !^- 

ii^ limit of Vir^nia National Bank 

to tiie bl^ie^ amomt avaUaMe 
fanner Nnr Yorker, ms. Monfort traveBed extenavely wi* her ^^ ^ ^^ j,^^ i„ ^^ g^a^g ^ 



qur^ the holMay season S% Mtnlort is tmsy . . . dso (bfftog 
tfac#imaer and aprii^ and faD . .•. aad wamy tbnes late at n^t 

'^. days aren't kng eowgh for me," exdaimed ttiis dynamic 
warn vHww iitorest fai the oft-ne^ected okl folks and sbut-ks kn 
becgrtie a vt^ of life. 



Na^fausband bebxt settUi^ in Vii^ia Beach, «]d i^ con^asskm 
far lb fliteiy combWed with h& tove of coddng and crocbeting has 
numoami into a delightful fulkime ocoiipstilM. 

. ^ vftpmi of a child in <Sstr«6 stimidates tte pUa^bnfiy of 
maQr bot^ people who hwe becone oild luid fed>]e and sk^ are apt 
to be igtMM^ at forgt^en. Even persons who mi^ be sj^npatheUc 
will {MM tfam 1^ for a more attractive cause. 

'Hiora teft anything." says SaHy Monfort. "theae are the 
wtoMMt be ntaa^beni. ThefTftoMlie v^ted. "Key must be 



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of 'pHR't^ mliat you praaib,' ^ uses ha 
to 4^ ftiNt aAri^ge. Ri^ mw tiie true dn-istmes spirit of 
^Hfm It f^daiiMd bf fiie colorful sMnin? iMckaoea, 0titt)>ring ball or- 
aiKtmtt, miiai^iiEr baaia. dairity cToc hi led ibmA and lU^ set^ 
andtni mipndmtbmmAfkMtd ddieacia* (A«m ttie "KlHien 
otmSfy liiii^.a<") ivMch are aeatfy collected in irarhNJS areas of ber 
h^i«ii^ idr «itfMtltoit 

filer awfeiet^ oiyflfit ot sl^rwl aad bed ^U^iers of matched pariel 
jcxkon brl^ihn ^ ot^kd^ af many bechidden patients at .nur^ 
ihamm. The eracheted pooeHc bal^ covers wd bs^tooln tisme %ato' 
■-.jUm $m dsoor for a^imd. Adtiite as weH as driHiren are intrigBed 
a^ 4m cute {igs made tarn plastic blMch bottles and dKorated wltii 
^A, sequins «ad button i^es. 

IVidy bon^iful baM oriMments arr mftde %«n stvff^ fami bflbed- 
dad «Mi fiearifeaied pini. vartookced teaii and i^ons, ar 
■i*''t|f^-— TfMi^lH in»f be ised mng^ u th e^-e^mtcher <» chi^er- 
ekas a iHiH^Kti. «ad of onirse, han^g on ttie CSffistmaa^ee or 

, ;•» ■' ' -' ■ 

'49 ^ h<^ taMed b«- pickles and rdisbes come back for more. 
.'llM^iApC 1*^ |ii<^Eta^ ^ <loi>« >° ^e AtM-tot time lapse ipa»:b)e wd 
lOHnponii dd rediii banded down from 0aierati<^ to j^sieratkui 



VNB- SEEKS 
MERGER 



• VWG^IIA BEACH -Tlw ^oirs 
of the first Ba{ftM Ohardi, under 
Om diret^M of ClHrias Daw with 
Calvert Shenk as argHiM. will 
l^«Mit the Annial CmAelif^t 
Vrtpers on Suiday evening. De- 
cmim 18. at 5:00 p.m. 

TWs will be the first Candlslight 
Ve^rs in tiw Oiurdi's new smc- 
tu«7 and In bmaf of the oecadon 
the dwirs wiU sing two eiMatas. 

The Or^, a modon hamMXiic 
selection as c«it«iiporary as the 
dMinch's new saactuvy in «4iieh 
it wiU be »ing, "CSuistmas 
Story" is a cantata by Everett 
Titcomb. Hiis work f or con^iined 
choirs, ro|»'an9, teiwr and bari- 
toiK soloi^ will feature the Junior 
Choh- an dsokMM. Miss Patricia 
Wallace. Mrs. Earl Uarnard, and 
Mrs. Bruc|e Farthing; sopranoes. 
Oscar Nordieni and Harold Baker, 
tenors and Byrd Chancey. baritone. 

TTie Mcond work to be m% 
"Christmas Cantata" bv PhilipT 
FYiedrich Bwhner is a little musi- 
cal gem bequeathed to us from 
the p«*5d of the Thirty Years* 
War. Tbft cantata is described as 
a "Cwncerti ecclesiastici,*' it was 
comfflf^ in 1942. Featured soloist 
in tills cantata are: Mrs. Earl 
Leamard. sopwio; Mrs. Byrd 
Chancey, contralto; Oscar NiffA- 
em, toior; and B^^ Chancer, 
baritone. 

Tlic public Is conlially invited 
to attend the Choirs dferings of 
the Chri^mas ^ason. 



WiK^M hf Mrs. MoniRt whk^ makes h^ cmned foods so tesM^QS- 
^ W» aad ^SMtrmA. 
' ' - -^' .■ ■ ' ** 

Oo)(»W flkia are ffled aoeordinf^y for a man fit a «am» and 

are ttitl^ fo be 0$tx§xil»d by Inrs^ to the perils «f fiie nuralt^ 
fame m ^teM tbapowmal iMt it ta myo rt aa| as 4he gift. And 
jta each aedC iMu^Bt ^luda p«ppermiiil luid hiK-e4u>und camles 
... to aaitiify t^pnPWBflp! 

Mrs. S^ Morfok p«i 3lane vift her alv«r poodle on SSth street 
and has been a widow lor Kf yean. She hm bn^ Dumemis serkxis 
ejMrattoosfroin wfaicfa she bo«pe4 back with detemlMd vigor. ^ is 

^in'y«aria|d ;-. . •--,,•■.... ' V 

tt wil lipt Ae nsay be able to obntteoe to. ghffir 4l^ offoti bur 
IpNMOoMi ii fill sfiA tses^whatoyer fsrcrfit st\e gains to-get AfMM^ ma- 
liariite mikiimf lo^vdieols to mdce aimre g!ft£ io^'tmr^ ol the skJc 
4|id ll^'^im stop.'* Ae Ui^wd, 'Tve got a tiger by the t«l." 



Virginia. In additim, directors au- 
thorized an increase in the baidc's 
unallocaM loan loss reserve to $4 
miUiMi. lUs reserve is maintoined 
as a safeguard against bsses re- 
»dting ht>m the lending* opa^tion 
d the hank. TIm c^iaagM. de- 
served by VNB b(»(rd chairmai 
R Co^by Mo^ne as "signifkprt 
measures to sa^ Oaati^ |£ha- 

die (UNetoA^ im^ii^f hfld lit I4br 

la !fov«Ub#. fHiMrtag Vbi|!nia 
HaSkMi'9 tmm «tt' fiaak of 
Phocbiii and Wlt^tm National 
Baidc d Haon^, ttto bnk'i eap- 
itd md mi^u aoeooM tobdH) 
mmm nie tranter authored 
1^ the , bmni will toorease tiie 
Mml»ned aecoiBA to 135 mWea. 
m^mA famris are restricted to 
a kwn (»- loam of no more Qmb 
U p«r^it ol toe bank's total cap- 
ital 'aad ffffphis to fendk^ to an 
inSviAial bortowo*. The tecr^oed 
loiding capacity "st^ngthens the 
baiiE's sbQity to meet toe credH 
i^eds of iadoi^ tlurougfKMit the 
stato and fives e^^d»ice of the 
vdoe of stotewide l»iddng growth 
to boUi Vii^da National ami the 
Omanonwralto," according to 
Mowe. 



Sif«ty Urged 
At Night 

VM6INIA BSACH - ''iV^ 
ioMet traffic trouUes. So rtep 
up year idMt^aM at drak." 

In toose wwk Ree^ JtAnnn, 
C^ of the Vlrginto Beach S^ety 
Bureau, today spotli^sted me d 
the major traffic dangers faced by 
walkers and drivers this nwnth. 

"When (living at night a motor 
ist can't W an object witQ it 
CSBMS wlihbi range of his head- 
]i|^." JdinsM said. 'It's obvious 
IhtA, If te's driving at a speed 
^t wwi't permit him to stqp 
within Chat distance, he'll hit the 
objaet. Rffhieed soeed is a flnist 
fer night drhring.'' 

HoweVCT. lowered speMJ is mt 
the whole solution, the Chi^ said. 
In oi^r to %e danger quickly b^ 
act inmnediately to avoid it. tlie 
drivo' must step up his alertmss. 

Chief Jensen pointed out that 
the walker is similarly handlcap- 
poi at ni|^ ^t the pedestrian 
has tofe advantage of b^tog able, 
to see a vehie'e's headlights long 
before its drivo* can see him. so 
the main responsibility for his safe- 
ty rerts with him. 

Hie Chief advised pedestrians to 
wear something made oi white (h* 
rrflectorized materia when walk- 
ing at ni^t. Carrying a flashlight, 
or even a newspaper, helps .driver 
spot toem sooner, he said. 

"Now, Whefi Chri^mas diopp^ s 
are likely to be abmit after dark 
and diristmas partis are in full 
swing, thi ni^t drivtog and waft- 
ing picture beconnes more compli- 
cated," Johnson said. "Often i^'s 
furtoer complicated by rata, snow, 
^et or ice. Drivers and walkers 
must have toeir wits about them 
ev«ry secmd, if they want to stoy 
safe uhdor such c<H^tk)ns.'*' 



Va. Beacji Firm To itrket k 



Hew Type Of Vacation Cottagt 



Girl* Sell Trees 

LVKNHAVEN - (^ristmas 
tTMS are being sdd by tlw Mer 
natk»ial C^er oi Job's Dwij^iters. 
Bethd n, at Mlll«-'s d^jartmrat 
rtore paiidng lot on Vlr^^ Beadi 

BlTd, 
,,JbughmL^if^ttaKiltjma^ b^ 

to 10 pm. thrt^ December a 



STUDENTS PEJIFORM 



LYNNHAVEN - Itie fifth, 
sKth aad s^«rth grade chorus of 
Lynnhaven Elanmtary scfaod wiU 
p«-form to a Christaias Pn^am 
laxte- tfie <Hrecti(m (d Mrs. Prolfttt 
tlw music teacb^, on Decemb«- 
21 at 7:30 p.m. 

tbtn win be a liurt Pareirt' 
T Ap^H ^^ toepiaytrn hininr a i 
n^ Mtowdiai^ folkwing 
{HTOgram. 



Parert* 
► wist . 
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VHWHNIA BEACH - T\m Week- 
mAa, a un^ vacaticm cottage 
and rwort motel unit, five years 
to the i^mniag and ej^jo-immtol 
stage, is now ready for marketing, 
it was announced today by tois 
city's WeAen^r Cofpwation. 

In making the announcement. 
William Culp^^ <rf Virginia 
Beach, president U toe Weekender 
Corporation, said his firm was now 
actively seeking dealers in Virgin- 
ia, Maryland. Delaware, North and 
South Carolina to sell the units 
, to todiviAials and cMiunercial «i- 
terprises. 

An attractive and colorful alu- 
minum panel vacation hwne. 
raised on gracrful legs o! struc- 
tural metal, provides a |tt«-fin- 
i^ed. easily firanced packap fw 
all types of resort iKiikltog sita. 
1^ unique unit, of alumtoum bv 
Alcoa, sells completely equ^)ped 
for |4,9S0. It is ^{^ in two 
sections, eSch of which can be 
quickly bolted togetter to provide 
a large carpeted livii^, sleeping 
area, ai^ fully-«|uipped kitdi«i- 
ette and bath- 
Called the Weekender, the unit 
measures 16 by 16 feet with a 
four by fourteen foot sun-deck ae 
cessible through alumtoum sliding 
glass doors. The shelter^ area 
beneath toe 8 foot high stilts pro- 
vide kleal space for patio, screen 
room or carport. a 

"Hie Wedtender wa<i created 
as an answer to the search by 
toousands of r^ort property own- 
ers looking for a vacation honoe 
for their lot toat can provide top 
quality at a reasonsble. easily-fi- 
nanced price, "stated William Cul- 
pepper, president of the Weekender 
Corporation. 

file highly verMtile WeAeoder 
is adaptable to a wide variety of 
personal conmercial uses, suca as 
a ski-lodge, lakeskk cottoge, beach 
house, guest house, office, mal 1*3 
quarter, nM^l rental unite, boat 
house, studto, or earning and 
huntii^ lodge. Two of the units 
can be "mairtod" to double avail- 
ible ftior spaca, apd toe de(.-orid 
segment will be J«n expensive if 
a second kitctoi and t»th are cot 




mafkr waBs are a littlMoiM 
natural wood pai^feig wMi a pe^ 



Lawyers In Abundance At Fort Story 



IHans w»« ttuumneed Dec. U) 
for toe merger of Wytl» County 
Nat»fial Bank, WythiHrille, Virgin- 
ia, with Virginia National BatdL A 
jotot aiBX)uncem«)t was msKle by 
I. W. Park, presidfflt of Wythe 
County National Bank, and R. Cos-, 
by Moore, chairman of ihe board 
of Virgtoia Natkmal Bank. Hie de; 
dsks to m&tge came ^sterday 
alter a^w by the boaids of dl- 
recbn (^ eadi bank, ^ba inei^ 
is sobjeet to tba apfmivd q( the 
sharebol^k^eiMpieli bank 
U. S. ConfifB'ofthe 



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li^ talpl^ h Mtaadaaoe at It Story, Va. bl flie ften ef Ove^aral Uettt^iaats, aH foi^ried towyers. 
iiataMdll£lMdMilSB.lB«beeeBfo«aeefMMiat Ft Storji Nad^iarten ape. frani left to ri^: 
lat Um. UMpi Uto. -fr^ it Slary ailataBt; BeiNH L totw^.tsmmaBdiBg (rffhser «f tbe liM 
Wmc ruisssr^ Jmrlk ' Marias^, Vt Stat? t» spaHaHsn tMlai^ James A. Garry, m. ft gtory 
Jadgft aifWfto; mA^Mtm^. Bmnt. enealN iHfeK sf tte Mik ftaBspartetloa Tenaiaal Cetepa^y. 



FT. STORY — Lei^ counsd and 
r^esOTtation abound at Ft. ^ry, 
Va. It's to the form of 5 ffrst lieu- 
tnants who are idl quidiM Urw- 
yers bA cAstri&f M^gned to the 
installatkffl |i otter milittfy ca- 
paciti^. '^ 

, Tbe five are l^Us. Hertart I. 
Krause of Woodnwre. N. Y., Wit 
liam LAr, Jr., oi WasWgton. D. 
C, Kennetii J. Macksoid of Paw- 
tucket. R. I.. George T. Brown, 
Jr., of Macon, Ga.. and James A. 
Gorry, HI of Wilmtagton, Del. 

AS are members of toe bar as- 
sociatton to to^ respective states, 
idth the exception of Macksoud 
who, althouf^ he's {wssed the 
IRhode Island bar examtoatkmp, 
lades onfy toe formal swearing- 
to ceremony. 

For Col. John R. Williams. Ft. 
Story conunancter, the abundance 
of legal tdent means he has quali- 
fied attomrars to s^eral different 
fiekls. Thus, a variety of legal 
mattN^ can be handled internally. 
* Krause is a specialist to corpor- 
ate^and business law. Ldir is to 
4^sted to isfemationaljind lalxjr 
law aiMi Brovm, comm^al krar. 
j| Gorry is a geo^al practidoner and 
Kfocksound plahs further stody to 
tile area of tax law. 

For soMiCTS stationed at Ft. 
Story, *he J»ge stock of lawyers 
means tc^notch repres^itoUon to 
military courts aaS wund legal 
advice pwiceming tJbatl of such 
thinfi aa survivnrs ttlistance, 
socid MKvrity, contrM*^, wills, 
taxi^M aB|f veterans i^toistra- 
iioD rfUrs. 

Norttudly.,y^ only Ulwyer au- 
thoriz&l on toe p^ Wmdd be th^ 
jwlge afripcate. «Wch Is the posi- 
tion iww fflled by Gorry. tlie ottier 
^ttoMBM bold more diversfied 
||bk Uitt' is toe post adjutant, 
respons&le for the administration 
d the personnel of Ft. Story's 
heEKlquarta's and headquarta's 
con^w^, and Macksoud is toe 
tran^xMlatim dtvxr for Ft. I^ry. 

Krause is coitimanding officer 
d toe OSnd BARC (BufM. Am- 
pMbicta Best^fy Cargo, Platoon; 
and Brown is tlie executive dRca 
d toe mtii "nwapaiation Termi- 
nal Service 0>. 

WUte nst part of toefa- re^ilar 
duty aas^nmento, boto Krause 
told Brown are mi permanent 
ord^ to aciuettlwr triidor de- 



j^nsa counsd fw any court martial 
prcceedtogs that mi^ conw up 
withto the five units (^ toe 71st 
Tran^rtation Battolion, located at 
Ft. awy. Tbe 71st, conmanded by 
U. Col. Ge(Htie G. Mosgrove, is 
under toe tfft Motw Transport 
Gn^ at Ft. Eostls. 

MtUtiry law doei not necessarily 
require to mai^ caies tbe trial 
aiMl defense for court martials to 
be attorneys. (Hi!y that they be of 
officer rank. However, it is re- 
qtored that the defense have equal 
or ^ater qualfficatimis than toe 
trial, or prosecuttog dikxr. 

Krause, to charge d SS men and 
four KXHm BARCs, spait his 
undo-graduate years at the Uni- 
va^ty d Pennsylvania's Wharton 
School of Finance, graduattog to 
1901. He received his cmnmission 
through the ROTC program there 
ami entered tbe Army on adive 
duty to Octobo- 1964. Bis law de- 
gree came from New York Univei^ 
sity. Prior to his assignment to Ft. 
Story, he sermi as tramportation 
officer at toe Soieca Am^ Depot 
in Ramuhis. N. Y., and attended 
toe basic transportation officers 
course sA the Ft. Eustis Tfsnspor- 
totion School. 

A 1964 graduate of Mercer Uni- 
versity's Wahw^F. Geoi^e School 
of law to Maam. Ga., Brown, 25, 
was previwsfy attoched to toe 
30th TransportoUon Battalion, 
which is myw to toe Republic of 
Viet Nam. He is a graduate of toe 
basic b-an^rtation (dicers courae 
at the Tran^rtation School. He 
received his conimttssion through 
toe ROTC program at M»cer. 

Legal training is us^ul to Mack- 
soud, who to addition to his duties 
as transportation office^, is toe Ft. 
Story post courts and boards offi- 
cer, survivws assi^ance officer 
and toe office to charge d toe 
offic«^ cldb on toe installatloti. 

MadoOud, a 26-year-old native 
of Paw^ick^, R. I., is r^wnstole 
for toe ct^racte nude by the offi- 
cers club wito outsit c(Hicems 
ami for contracts duhI^ wito dub 
empkQ'ees. Be ad^ds«i Ft. ^ry 
fianUiai on tax. luiffaDc^ and sd^ 
dal seoirity nuilirs nd has 
drawn 19 wai re^mei wffls for 
them. "Ate mevWim assistance 
work has taken him as far «Mto 
as P oita p wufe and m far nurto 
ae Wi^msd, Va. 



A 1951 gra&iate of Prov^ence 
Collie to Rhoite Island, where he 
received a ROTC commissl(Hi, 
MackKwd attended toe Ba^tm Uni- 
w&r^ School <^ Law, graduattog 
to 1964. He catered the Army to 
Oct (rf 1964 and went throo^ the 
s«ne cowse at tte Tnuqwrtotlon 
Fchool wito Kraose. ^y 

^ ju(^ advocate d toe ^«al- 
lation. Gorry's mato responsibility 
is to advise toe post commando* 
and participants m courts and 
boards actions (» l^al matters. 
Gorry, 26. was assigned to Ft. 
Story to Febniary of this year 
after serving to Uie (rfftoe of tbe 
sti^ judge advocate at Ft. Eustis, 
Prior to the Eustis asrignment he 
attended toe Judge Advocate Gen- 
eral Sc1m»1 to OiarlotteavlBe, Va. 
for 11 weidU and toe ijrfantry of- 
ficers' biyiic cmirae at ft. Burning. 
Ga: Gorry is a IMI gr^hiate d 
toe University d Delsfware and 
graduated from Imv scteiol at 
Washtogton and L^ Univ^sity in 
Lradngton, Va. to 1964. He received 
his commission from toe ROTC 
progran at Delaware. 

Ciorry also handles an assort- 
moit d legal affairs for post per- 
sound rangtog fmn assistonce in 
desipiating powers of attomtey to 
claims acttons and toterpretotion 
of mflitary regulaticuis. 

Intwpreting rules and relations 
is an knpOTtant role of the post 
adjutant. Lieutenant Ldu*. He did 
his undergraduate study at. Notre 
Dame University, graduated in 
1961, and received his ROTC com- 
misskm from that institotkm. In 
1964 he graduated fmn toe 
Georgetown University Schod d 
Law to Wi^ngton. D. C. Lehr at- 
t^ed the Army Adjutant Gen- 
eral School at Ft. Benjamto Har- 
rison. Ind., b^ore being assigned 
to Ft Story. 

AB Ave £^ee that not bidy are 
toey bemg ^ use to the Army be- 
t«tiM d todr legal traiiutag. but 
they are feamii^ informatkm and 
^echidcpia that will be of use in 
the dvflian practice d law. 

'wi^ n»et and dealt wito a lot 
ol diif«-ent types of peo^ile and 
becffiise of Uiis have learmd much 
about biman nature." nsya Lieu- 
teiai^ Brown. "Abo. to the Army 
you bMome acoutoned to resp(»- 
sbfltty earikr ttum you would to 

civiUan life." 



fn-^ed acoustical ceiltog. Floors 1 
in the living, sleeptog area are 
carpeted to attractive, long-vraai- 
ing nykm pile. A M t^ 48 incn 
dr^sing vanity and 8 by 2 tod 
birch (^XKt are built-to features. 
- Tbe efficieiAly de<!ign«i kiVhen- 
ette is equipped wito a 6.4 cubic 
foot refrigerator, a two-foimer 
counter top range, larg^ porcelato 
stok, lurch cabiMts and a 8) gal- 
kin water heater. 

The bathroom coAaim a bato 
tub^diower cnnblnittioR, vitreous 
china wash bowl and t^^ a wat- 
ed fan, and lighted wall nurror. 

All pkunl^ and electrical wmk 
is complete at toe plant before 
shilling. Top quality oippw wovk 
is imrtaHed by master plumber to 
accordamra wito tlw national 
plumbing code. Similarly, electri- 
cal wiiisg using conduit throu^- 
out is tosUlled by mttrter licensed 
dectoidans. 

To pr^re a stte for toe Wedt- 
esider. ^ owner has only to po^r 
toree^ fn« cubic yard concrete 
foototi^*^ wito andxH" boHs sup- 
plied ^ Wedcei^tf pnyM-Iy m^ 
to plaia. Tbe bouse is moved by 
toudk to toe kcatkm to tw6, 8 by 
l64(Mt Mctiora^ aad «-ected on toe 
foottofs irittaiB a ai«-day period. 
The ara^kn (toes nd imlv^ con- 
rn^rn «f siplie^.ladt, nn^ A' 
dectoidty, Aa;^ v.ileQtriciui «* 
.^P^iImmI^sm (ionusc 
a ffflffilnri tfik 

tm- 9p^M^ Itykd lied I- 
Btum win ^iitniA as tbe 1^ 
or stills foi^ toe Weeka^ to com. 
bto sfruitoal ^ra«to m^ M- 
traethw a^pusvm. h the fnmt 
of the unit te Ntfitas also serve 
as toe stn^taw fn* toe eotranov 
stolrwi^. tlii^ are augmaito#il 
tiie bade of two Us^eteA mM 
le^ to 8Up0»t ite raar pMm 
of the unit \ . 



tvi^inch core d tasulattog foam 
polyurethane, md « iasMe wall 
of wood pMitfng m ahantoum. Ex- 
terior eolors avaiUrible for toe paa- 
^ are blue, white skA yellov;. THe 
amsoteg hisulatii^ dliil^ of ih^ 
walls is reflected by toeir nr' 
vshie* d M M eompMtd to a 
Jl "U" vahie tor a waQ nsfaig IS 
iKJies d bridt pku S> h^hii tl 
holtow tile ud ^M«r. I1 ^bk 
wcodstt Mt foor times to»to«dal> 
tag lakili d* a 15 todi msataiBirj 
way. 

"Wito time timnmim iiwial- 
tog 9iditiM, you e«i ^nast W^ 
the Wedtmder wito a eaadla," 
states Mt. Odpaiipir. "CertaWy 
the inailgHT^diwadwriitfirs of %e 
unit mdi» it otrand^ e«lf % 
ke^i cod to the suoaiMr, er 
to ^ winter for use m a 
kidge!" 

*U value is a tediide^ meaitfe- 
meMddw imulating AUty tf a 
m^erial. 



WdU. roqf and fkiar of toe 
Wednnder are w«tther-tH^t soad 
widi (momIs vttb in> outer surbce 
of ^»»» terioRtf Mora alumtami 
Aeet witb ^tea'a, exdusivt Alu- 
noabre bdfadoi aMitid finish, a 



Sto^de ftoandi^ 
for tlw Wedi»der hava bate mt- 
ranfed wtth (lie itasKMes rikAsso- 
datas Dissoiiat Cecpontfinks « 
that toe uatt cafi be pordMiftfer 
IBM Amto MMcat nd a moiktly 
payneni el tNUH per mmA 0m 
a aeyeD-y^» pcrinL 

ment," Mr. Culpepijer $tate8, "it 
b pbilMl tirtt*#uMto a uoU wfth 
a minimom ilBAlpalt of , cash ud 
naJa use d poodlije inconMs bmo 
renting toe urit*to bdp ^y Mr H " 

An impottaoLr featura of kha 
teMKmhr la tt»« ^«d that !t can 
be «^ dttassarabM if necessary 
airi iMpped to « new kteation, 
fb^, if an owner wishes to mom 
it from toe seashore to a moun- 
lirin lake, it is easily paaribla. 

Tlie Weekender is mtHfadwad 
1g I K. Palter, lae.. Vir^pia 
ttm, Vlrginiii. ttlpactnpw 
ud tahrleiKort at 0mM baOC 

farther toformatioa on the 
WMtMm is tnam^ t9 «(WBg 
JuifaiitiiiiifiM OopanittB, KO. 
Bo3L um, rur^ia Beadi. Vh#ria. 



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ne fiunlfy dbnn Is the ooly plaee the BebaH t, mm tuOiy mm 
see all todr faniBy at once. tHe dder Sttma, 1mx« wIA fteir im, 
GySgt Jack D. Slirs. have ste sons and t«» gittidMBf m aellM dal^ 
n^ the Marine Corps. 

Eight Marines In One Fanti^ 



- itf all parents wctc 
t4t. Sims family of 



NORFOLK 
Uke tlM Hobart 
Virginia Beach, Va., the Marine 
Corps would never have a recruit- 
ing problem. 

All six. sons and two grandsons 
are presently Martoes on active 
duty. 

Tlie elder Simi^ make toeir Iwme 
with, toe ekiest Leatoo-nedc to toe 
family, Gtoinery Sergeant Jack D. 
Sms. Aircraft Matotenance Chid 
for Attantk Fleet Marine Force 
Headquarters to Norfolk. Va. They 
reside at 2S7 Capot Road to toe 
Virginia resort &ty. 

Major Tony Store, 35, a squadron 
c(snmandkig officer, is statmed 
at tlffi^ifaiHtoe Ckirps Air ISatkm. 
Yuma. Ari:;. Eamy, 9, a ser 
geaiA, k wttli Marine Aircnpfl 
Grot^ 91 at the Marine Corps AJr 
Stotion. BeairfitttI, S. C. Sbevm, 
31. iajil«MeG(»p(^atiticfflad^ 
TotwTioap^nBPAQax^Cmnp 




Lejeune, N. C. Ronakl. S. U a 
private fii«t dass jMrito the id 
Marine Aircraft ^P^» 
Pdnt, N. €., and Bruce, 19, 
a Pfc. is en route to Vietaam. 

G^i^sNis are C<»pqnri J«i;rr 
HflOt stotioned at Itti 
C(K<ps District Head^iortan, 
to Atlanto. Ga., and I^ivato ' 
row Powdl. 1^ present^ 
ing recruit traii^ at ^sA^h> 
land, S. C. 

Accord!^ to G]^. Stoa. 
of j^ tbiraa boys, Donald, is In- 
terested to a Blarlne Corps oinwr 
afto* graduation from Old Oanin- 
Um Cdk^ to NorfoBL ,>^ 

Gy^ Sms, wfaiie iwaUitiag 
f«r Mntto- three years I) Hvnut 
bk-, Udd that AH members of the. 
fam^ mm emk llHtall ^ 
plaftia iM^r WmitWmnmi 
E^etowMia Jgwlttw M 
yeMkseridas, M:4MlWPpMii In 
"^ woiad a lew man |MM.** 






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Virglnit Bexh SUN, Thurfdty, D«»mb»f 16» 1965 




Dttf lata Cl^ 
I wtrt • tttta tar cWitonM. I 
Mve b&m a 0iM boar ^0^ ^y ^P' 
Ml da^. I btv« « f^ »«!>« 
0^ ^ He Mfil • # colUr. 
tiat • pli^ in^^e M 
i fj|»frrH*. I wnkh W*et Jqid 
a My- I wast a ^%^^ that 
ii A 'ftank gw. ^|9f «? you? 






4i* ^ Mmb we m^wl le' &Mla 
^ip M fi^ » Mowte S, 
•M, as 4wbt ^^oa« cUdrto 

"^^^ bM. " itata 

4rid # «tat ha it. to 

b^vtooudd 







«te wrote fte Meti for 

K «M to jK« luriifflrfc" 

l&%«riiw^ bar a littetm 




WlfB 




Ob awjl* Ja^bKC «t ^- 

itani atania'van Mn. 

Stifki. Wuif bad fo 

fliftllba 

iipalft lo Santaaaiia. iffiOe tte 
IM|MI^ wM'titMtfad 10 ""San- 
It Qaw, Mrti'FBHi a Imf ware 
MBt to' "SaftU etai, NtMh Pale. 
U. s. A." Seme dlj^ tH| pother 
iKhliKqg *9«orfh 

flprtig „ 

Santa €^ lives, ivu my 9r 
4fle add^v^aed w«r« ooted The 
lettyn were addnaiad. "North 
Pole. Xmaa Vffl«ge. U.S.A.." aad 
/^ q( ^ ibrid. " One aod- 
denttlfaF afi (o "Santa Oaua, Vir 
i°^ ^^^', YlfgWia," was Tf 
nereis even 
■'Vauta't Z^ 
It appevred a«. 
olliejv. •wpr "tow." 
'aqd'tNVrWeiinni«l||(«- 
^ chedced wiib tbe pott office. 
^p leO'us that 00 «i|t code is 
re«B7iMeea8ary in thia eaie. iMb 

SabdpiHttNotaMto^ 
lett«n to SanU, a^d r^ard- 
oTW they are Mt^mrwiU 
«iaM ^e^Bitety arW|. li oor- 
^ place to be rewl by Santa. 
We were struck too by the ooor- 



larteo. 

Pl|t a Big 
iSmack- 
I abo go b Sunday Schod 
Md cteavb eveiy Sunday. And at 
KbidB^arteD we go to dmrcb oq 
Ibuidays. Be sire to give te 
poor peopte'sooie preset^ b» 
C3ffistinas too. 

Love, 
KeBBy 
* • * 

Dear Santa, 

How anjcn,lam fine? How is 
lln. Santa C3ausT If you don't 
jnind me addi^ for tUa^ I would 
wx to ba^ a snudl sewing ma- 
eltae, a taiilet, a bdt, and a podc- 
eteok wMi a stapulder strap. 4 
frnwU Ufce to wish te peof^ tSi 
over tlw world a Merry Ckistao^s 
nd yon i» a Mary CVistmas. 
I worid tta to have it snow this 
CMrtBts. JfM m*. Santa CJaus 
aM'Biilb^ riiaae Sato. I'll 
to doae ida latter now. 
your Mend, 
Oomia L. 
F. S. I wodd Ife to iwve a mge:- 
bd too. 



Fior Ov^nua I vnnt a gun, 
dump txack and a bilM. Aao i 
piA toy. I*^ been a Unda good 
boy. Mostly rind lli^agivbig. 
* Thank ^m, 

Rhett 
• « • 

^ Sbw ms you? I ma dm- Pleas^ 
1(1^ rae a fsOM or a radio r% 
|r ^'Secrel mn,<:^ a 007 (h- acn^ 




1 



TOBOBB^ M. 

• « * 

Deo'Saitfa, 

t^ is what I wid ^^ would 
br^ n» for Christ | w«tf a 
m^ up set and a bool d^t 
Tasv&y^ Mvy dlnosattnu. ipi ^le 
rest I wsA a smprte. Usto 
pl«iM ^e me a >e^ Irem you 
and from tbp Md aose r^ode^ 

Love, 

^udy M. 
FS. nam tet lor get te kf 
nn. 

How ure you getttag ^r%? Ffaie 
I bop*. I am a« s^ h«ve be« 
a ind girl tl^ yiir, I started to 
sebod Ms year ami W^i it very 




- . - ineludeu «n 

te inside. One boy included tbe 
itt* aun*er from a (jatalag^a 
in|>re he had seee bin CSMoas 
rtquastsanl another tocbided aB 
te prices. 

" §aata h^ a«ured iw. that ht is 
«sa4f fr ^ «und viiit, and 
that as may requdtl is pMble 
will be 09iiapUed with. 

Bm how are some of te let- 
ters, first sent to Santa, then to 
die VliilMa B««dl |$IL N^ of 
these latten have been edited in 
««r way. We ghre them to you 
^ as Otey were written. 
dear Sainta Glaus. 
M ^J^ tell who afe te 
gM dAMa? and wiu are te 
badf fUdtCD? f]e«ae teD me aa 
atddc as ^ku ean. 

ixwe, 
Melissa 

^w tti^ Awi, ;: 

op (MtR 

" %9 



ijM 



m cat Wrth* »W^ game, 
Hibda 4owri g&w. a Atg some 
food Us tt, T.y., aome cbtb«s and 
a h^ some nwsjBsairiie.l or mi 
and 1^ ottiai' tiipi^ 

ffffVi^mm Ctfiim m4 m«i 
and ladys. th^e are aooie of te 
thiMs tor t *>e in. 
cte^iea iMili 

101 pairs itees «^ dw 
some toys 
dp^^sffii 
a k>t of food 
nuk 
bodks 

pm paper , 

isibk md chairs 
a littk bit of everyttitaig 

bx te poor {^q^le 
ck^eb, boc^s. milk, food, ami a 
lot ^ everydung. 

John H. 



me a OM^^le of 
Wmy dn-Wmas. 
Yov frte^ 

Tom 

* • 

Dt$f Sapta. 

I wood like a ban. I f^ Ite a 
roaAwx. I wood tie a elMtric 
trato. 1 wood ttb • waDet. I wood 
Uke a J^»^ics|^. I wted Hke a 
n^iliueidv^ I wood Uce a Pbor- 
Wr. 1 wAod |B» a recOTd playa-. 

I Vktor 

Dev Santa, 
1 i^add tte for you to btaig HM 

* • • . 

Secret Sam bnd Johnny ExfH-eas 
Battle Wagon. 

Ian, 

l^isty L. 
P.S. PteaM fari^; im sonw nir- 

priaes. 

* • « 

Dear S«^ QaoM; 

I h^ you are wd. I im sfva 

y^rs oU. I aiVa good b(^ mat 

OK te tnne. Will ym |dM« briag 

me a new tH<7cle. I viidd atoe 

like: 

Battte Action 

"nik-IVak 

awwCooe MacUne 

Love.' 

David J. 



D&t Santa Glaus, 

(ta C3vk(tmM Sve. I irant. Bfiss 
Pe^, gnn^, biadc becb for d<dto, 
Play Dob, and that aQ! 
P^gy R 

• • • 

Dear Sa^a Claia, 
PleaM ixtig me: 
1. Seffi^ Bc^ 
t A Strdler 
3. Doctor kit 
i New crayons 
S. Pafr d siasoi-s 
«, ABaitiie doD 

Nancy Ann C. 
P.S. We dim't have a my Ug 
cWmnfy. . • . 

* « * 

Dear Sai^a C3aus. 
t am a good hoy. 

Vow, Stock C. 

* * * 

Drar Santa Cl«i's. 
I am trying to be a good bc^. I 
hope you come to wjt bouse. I 
h^e Ztedd^ will be homa for 
Cbri^mas. Please bring Urn some 
gloves to luep his han^ watn. 
Plnse briii mai^ some pei^g»e 
atfi HeiA a iunbi«!]fi. Bri^ Bittoe 
a trtidk. I wmi^ Ite a Reject set 
<H- a SUngray Milfit if you ham 
aay. Our moi Jeaks so be carefol 
n^ pM waft on tt so you won't 

(an in. 

t'our good f rdnd^ 

Gerald B. 
PJ5. I wUl try ta^get a bettar re- 
port c«(ti oe*t time- 1 tok study- 

i^'bar^ now. 

■ # « • 

Daar Santa. 

I want evoTtfaing Jeanette has 
«i to* list lliank you for thoe 
gifts. 

Karen ^ 

♦ • • 

fff Santa Cl«ise, 



Dnu- 



D^r ^ta. 

Udw ai^ yoM? ftii I hope. Here's 
what I wkit Ik ari|l|Bai ohayt 
I «a9t a $tbf In D^ and a 
<^m^ (^m^ and a Btott 
Game. ^/OA. m gnae that's c«l. 
Piqwye. md a ring l^ie. and a 
pr eae n t tor n^ moOor ud faths 
wT0^ up. lUi to lAat I wut fir 
n^ mottiff sad isAar. Ptor my 
naotbar: a bantiM iwvitfar. with 
a {««^ roai'TUa <xki red uad 
bhie. antf to my fater. Tw9 
books, fka Banrted ftidlge and 
Prudent -KtaMdy. and for my 
Uncle Billy aome hindkerdiiefs 
dad soflM sha«a. and a diirt tad 
panto, and fw n^ nto^ a uiotti- 
bnuA that to Itee ud for my 
fater a new ^Bw tootl^miah. 
I like you l^ta. 

From Joyce? 

• ' • • 
Dev Santa. 

I keep nqr feet on te floor I try 
to itt preU^. I want to be a gopd 
boy. Dear Santa train set to all 
I wwit 

Love MSce 

• • • 

Dear Sa^ C3aitf, 
How to lAn. Santa daus? Ifow are 
you? I aso, fine. PleaM gring me 
sQim l^ridi^ tow to Attm, aai 
a Baby Boo, a now mm mi^dni, 
a UtUe girto makrup set thirt has 
pishBM aPd powders. A Tssm^'s 
suitom «d a laoe^p d>oe and 
sooM suHM-toes. Merry CSuistmas, 

Love, DfMta 

• * • 

Dear Sarta, 

I un fiiK. I eat wd I si^ n^ 
ptayvt every ttaaa. (Ptoase brii%) 
SQMr baM, 1^ Junqi rope, Skip- 
pv, JoJe. 

Love, Ktaoberfy Fa 

• • ♦ 

Dear Saitta Chm 
I would like a Son-CMie Maker 
Md a Mto aair<^ doB and any- 
ttk^ dae you think I would like 
Ibank you. I Io\« you. 

Mary Jane H. 
4 * * * , 

Dear Saata 

I know you are very bugr. I wa^ 
a Mary Poppins doa I will be 
happy. I an six yean oU. And 
I left you sooM cooktoa and a (Kike. 
I knre yout 

Love, Unda 

• • * 

Dear Santa, 

Bfy b^ l»«tha Jason wai^ a 
little riffle. My six y^r old taro- 
tbor w«As j| M(^or rific torture 
track and a bicycle, ^id I want 
a tipewriter tapa'ecQrda- and a 
UUe with my aatne hi gcdd. My 
none to Lttuie. 

Loivi^ 

Laurie 




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Spata 

mv I hsv^ a giittset 
ms^ I have a cmv^ybat 

<irlF. 



Dear 



bem a |^ t^! 
ntoe ^i %^|||y I 
a Woiitt $^. IMit l>r^ 




tittle pdbbles and Baii«amm 
Woody Wood^iedur ptf^t 
Sewing Madiiitt 
Paydw^ Tttgrs 

ttoa ! ] i 

a cifeinet 

Freied Mardles (That's wM it 

said . . . Bkl Note) 
Cinderella wat^ 
Doag4as t 

hixr^e 

gun and holstar 
don 

Tba letter to from Unirto. Elahie 
lind Douglas W. 

Ibey try foiti to be |o(k| children 
mo^ of jte time. lb(^ would ap- 
pn^te It if yw woild Irii^t then 
as niaii^ of th^ chotom as possi- 
ble. IbaiA you, Santa, and a Mer- 
ry CbriMmas to ymi. Doug isn't 
wre ^1^ bft waitfs, so ttfiflg him 
what vou think 2^ yr. old boys 
like bk. 

Mrs. W. 

• * * 

Dear, Mr. Santa (3aus. 
I wish you wood bring me some 
toyt. I love you very much. I 
hi^ ym wUl Wmg thas toys lilre. 
Creepy (^awkn^ and, $bepy 
twtas ami a ^ink Beds an Iw^ 
to. I hope you wUi come see m^ 
(m Qi^tBtas n^ My b^y^stop 
wx)d liKe a pepper (JUl. l^ (Akm 
mk^ w«(^ aome p«|f>er dot^ 
1^ bal^ broter wou^ bsby t^ 
li^ otter BH:4her wanta GI Joe 
cfift^ l^y fathf^' wood Sta 4 
]^ d m^st B^ nMter wood 
la^ • |KW bat. I love you ^tM 
v^ vecy vrnk so (to tny 
and si^«^. tt is nice at 
you lo come to Blc^! I faeOeve in 

yott! 

. Lov^, Sim C. 



SUBURBIA TV 



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9,'t^ S«fvic* 

CaU MA 2-9816 

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Make Colorful 
Christmas 



Tbe bhw of a starlit i^t . . . 
te ydlow of a flaming Yule lo^ 
... the green of a frosty CSirii*- 
mas tree . . te red of SaiUa's 
nose— thto year yiw can prt tte 
coktfs of ChrtotoMs Mo eaiqr-to- 
make holiday decoratlwis that the 
wlwie family will have fun creat- 
ii^ 

New Dianx^ "^rlast" nynd 
picks add a professional touch to 
jrour wofk-<-Md won^ etain te 
fingers. E^b box contabis ISO 
rowd picks to a mi^ure of four 
hues. 





BARBAIN in 

mmm 

WASHINGTCW. D. C. - An 
error in a recoit New "y«* Q^ 
newspaper ad o^^wf tV sets at 
$8.98 instead of te cbrrict $88.96. 
No wonder crowds beni^ned te 
stnre. Santa daus certldidy seem- 
ed to be be<^onbig. 

What strikes us, \im0i, to bow 
forUmate we are to live hi a coun- 
ty who'e m(»t p^qpie can easOy 
spare |0 or so ^ iHV W * 
"hisauy" bargain, ^iw many 
could afford it i& te couiMiies 
served by CASE? Nli)^ di^lats to 
msn ^ most of theqt (^ couaA 
on to \BBep thdiueh^ aUve lor 
we^ and nK»tbi. 

For extfi^: 30c to a «lKde 
day's pay for agricultural worhcffs 
in Ekniadinr, or te avwci^ daily 
income for all of India. In Hafti, 
inctsms average IGS a fim- In 
South Vi^nam, tbeer^ally 
(fun^ <^i run (Nit), t^ |9v«ii- 
moit Sives war r^i^s Se a day. 

Ibere to a bargaUi wal^ fw 
millions of people like U^e, if 
we win qwre te price. |N^ 
doUar i^ven to te h>lidt( y tea i bn 
CARi: Food Crusade %nds a food 
pa^tage, an avo-ige 2Sr ll». Bas^ 
m k)cal needs in 12 eouMctes, 
C^S wes our ddUm to dslbr^ 
U. S. d(matk»s of fisiii tfm- 
dance (v to buy ^ecid feocto, swdt 
as rice for Vietnamese war vk- 
tkns a«i Chiiwse refugee to ttng 
Ko«g. ' ■■ 

" C^£ setiks to d^i^ 6^fi90 
fqod pad^ps to tlw na^ of 
Ain^cans, as part ci a year-toog 
(jttn to telp fenl nxve than 37,> 
qDD,000 iHingry p^^Ie. Wnm l#tin 
AB^jca to Africa awl Asia, te 
pta wU ^pr^ our dirk^omi 
bop^ for p^xe ^nd goflM ^ 
iCcUi^t hvr^ to ^^ fa line to 
^ tt& tei^^ in pidness. JM 
n^lril y^ Sssk ^:\CA}^ Fotod 
C^qsade, tm ConaiNitiGut Am. 
5. W.; wa#i|N. '6- C^. 



To make a bMnrtilul canitehidd- 
ex centeipiece and a clever Christ- 
mas vdadow4decoratkai. you'l 
need 17 boxes of Diamond "^coknr- 
fart" round picks, twa b^ « 
^yrofoam Sinttea to tesneter. 
one sheet of S|yio(oam l-tocji thick 
by e-inches square, tfod sev«) piec- 
es of ixl2-i!M:h gre^ foU— ^ avail- 
able at ktcal five-and-dtone mi 
nov«Hy stor^. You'll also need a 
c(nt m-to(tes in dtoaneter, a 
wire coatfaanger, a small eye 
screw, cdk^;>hane tape, sctsscffs, 
a snudl steak lorife, aiid some thin 
pk:turebanging wire. 

jtMiQ^/kk yaadliliefcbir 
tCeaterfiece 

List te cbflAroi sqwrata te 
"cdoT'^t" round ^cks hko fouf 
piles: red, i^ea, ydkyw and bkie. 
You can hini thto into a fun-fiUed^ 
gmne Wte Pick Up te Sikks. 

MenwhUe, trace a circle Srineh- 
ea to (ttameter m te incdi-thk^ 
sheet of ^yrafovn. Cut (Hit care- 
ful^ with a anaU steak knife, us- 
mg short, sawing ^rokes. 

Cut (me of the S-idch Stynrfbam 
baUs in half with te stMk knife. 
Carefully cut a ^-iacb hole ttvcNii^ 
te center of te Sincb Styrcrfoam 
circle and idso throui0 te center 
of te half ball. 

Break three round ]^dks in half. 
Push the iMralKn OMto oC te six 
resulting piec« hal^vi^r into the 
fl^ portkm of te half ball, (mn- 
ing a circle Miinch trm\ te cen- 
ter hole. Now turn te half ball 
over fflid p(i^on the flat portion 
wet te B-inch Si^oem circle so 
tet te two hoks Une up. G^Uy 
ptess te half baU onto te drcts^ 
driving te p(AJta of tbjs tarojcen 
picks into te cin^ and tes an 
clmring te two ^acea NieU^. 

Cover te half baU with an of 
te red "colorfast" round picks. 
W«ic (Ok (me-quart«r of te half 
baU at a time, pu^iii^ to t^ l^cks 
in random Irows running from te 
bottom to te top of te half ball. 

Neat, covw te inch-thi(it edge 
of te Sfyrof^m cirde m& aU (d 
te green "oidorfast" round puks. 
Pu^ iaJthe picks m evai row^s 
nvmu% ffom^ 4(^p to bothsn. 

Insert a taperad. wh^ c«n<&. 
and— v(Hla— a masteipiece tet wQl 
UgUi^ ywr Chri^inas tsft.t> 
Ont^BM |tar lMi4ew DeeeiiAIn 

Oldo* cMdren «^ ^i|^ in 
nui[to| thto (^lament, wbicfa takes 
jusi a Ut nrnv patie»e and sUU. 

Draw a star 2H-incfa«is to dl^n- 
eter on a pi»:e d paper. Cut oiU 
with scis^ra. Pffite the paper ^ar 
se(Mrdy on te r^natoing uncirt 
S^ofotfn ball tet to S-in^es in 
diaaiet&. Witti a poicU. m^e a 
mcle on te l^ anxind te ^ar, 
about %-indi from te star p<wits. 

C^ tin eitbpe sqrCKe ot tbe 
star with ^kw 'l&M-tiML" nmd 




jkka, wtMido^irom each poM ol 
te sttf towud te ceatar. Make 
8ure tet te jkka are puted 
in so tet the star has a strai|^ 
OttUae. 

Next, using bluei "cotoMast" 
round ^cSa, fiU in te ^ea be- 
tween te p^KQed circle mi te 
bratltf of the star. Th«i covm te 
next hal-inch of te baU with yel- 
low "col(H'-fast" round pkdcs to 
create a hato-lfls effect around te 
blue 

U te dedMn to to be hui% 
so tet both\de8 wUl be seen, 
repeat te saaA[rfck design on te 
<^er-riife fd m Styrofoam baU. 

To ttake tie pe»»ek hmger 
which win boULyour star btOl 
tapered ^adi _ 

Wfvea SxXNnch piec^ of ^eesi 
M (cutttog down te 124nch 
Imgth), feavfa^ a 1-mch uncut b^ 
btHKlo-. Now tsl^ te sevoitii piece 
of f(^ and cut across te 64Bda 
wfalth; make ^incb slices, leav- 
ii^ a l-4nch uncut bordo- at te 
top.'PtoK» thto piece m\io^d&e 
<^tba- six, toAUki^ te top bor- 
do-s. St^ aU seven j^eoes tt>- 
geter at te border. 

Straiten te wire cot[titai0er 
and cut off a l^^nch ptoce (a^ 
Dad to 1k^ with tbia). Boid one 
end toto a smaU hook; inert te 
(^ber Old toto te bottom ci te 
c(»1l 

Itolding te coik with te whre 
hasg^ pototing down, wr^ te 
bordo- d te seven sti^ed sheets 
of sliced foil anxmd te «ork^ die 
sliced foil ^Hiki also pomt d(^p). 
Affte fo(»tier to cunk with cetlo- 
pham tape. j 

Now tosert te onaU eye screw 
into ^ t(^ of te corit. Reva:i» 
te c^ so tlie wire hanger is at 
te top— ami te dit^ fofl win 
ardi downward in peacock s^ir 
dar. ^ 

Usii^ a 2-inch piece d straight* 
ened coathai^a-, ipake a anaU 
bo^at one end and pu^ te oth- 
er end into te Styrofoam baU star 
ornament at te t^. Wrap one en.^ 
of a sh(»i length d thto picture- 
bttigi^ wire arOund ttus book; 
run te other Old d the wire 
through te eyelet in te cork and 
fasteb.' 
StariMrai iGift nckage Deeenttai 

^^^li|^ to r«^v% a g^ d^cwra- 
b^ witb a ofAsiM. n&smi %^ 
'^iiidqw9 i^atbip^ j^pi^tllagt 
d^at^ reqpir^ Jia| ^lie if- 
^ Siyro^aai b# ^ s^ ^mA 
f Cteiod "c<aor4a^* rwnd 
iSda. : ' ' 

Usii^ a Aaafc ki% ^ice (M a 
sirtott pBsi^ ol te baU so it win 
MVxX aigjiiM te pKlm^ C^^ 
the surfwe << te biA witb te 
"«(^r4ast" rand pitis. Ulx thf 
ft^l c<^R^ &mfy—ac cre^ a 
s^^ cN^ of your own (teos-, 
(ifs easy to mtdte^ ^ei^ 
VM to '*aim^** round 



or fSMrthfC « • J 
k^toofcti 

mtif^lki AiHy naadi • • • ll»oa»J[*« 

w«lin«vlofli;loiiaogo. P«*^^ ^ * ^ ^jd^^ jf! 

his oho ortmawlwn most ri^L^S! Sa^rfbta 

HioiAful for lf» good thinaa who li» W l«i» to NwW 
tliatBBliq^<S9«'nv«- Hw CO«MMlf^ i*» oM 
** "^^ beina fyroyHng* ^ 

^iTaBwho 0Ood|i»»^|(fiN# 

havt conbibutael to oor town _ and lo dd kii#|i% 



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iMiiMnNf l^f^ 



And To Get The Most For Your Money, 
Sh<^ The Merchants Who Advertise In The 



Use &M1 Classified Ads 



U^.wpe pi^per wh^ ym ma^ 
ymtvtimmii wttt #t (if yiSt. 
dec(Mratiw b^tf . G<^ si^ r^ 
b«) to espedB^ «efe^|.' j^ixi 
your (kSM-atim to Vi yni^ei 
fMs^ with ^t;^— or w^ ipmt^ 
picks [Mted fJ^ioa^ the \aSl aai 
toto te pa(^e. 

Thm ^aisk S(an€^4y fecial 
snaOe whra you prasott te gilt 
tbi^ S8]^, '1 was dec^ated just 
ftff you," 




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' VIRGINIA BEACH 

eomt urn, iht giM her wiA ind you |^ her lovtag ffM^de. 

1 OUR N(HiFOLK LOCATION 
' f Mft (MiNr St.« Wmr4a Cwaw •— Ph. MS-ltlt 
in LAOON BD^ vnclNU WACH nme «Mm 



MHHMDcei the ronoval and rekx;a^» , 
of his d«itd office 

from , 

7S First CoioQiiri Roa^ 

tote 

Firat ColoaM I^ofenioiai Bi^lA% 

m First Cokniii Road at HUtop 

yir^nia B^ch, Vii^inia 

r< T^phooe ^8-6747 



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ITCHING 

UKi MAD? 

d«t ^Is doctor*! iMTOulal 

tMmo loeedUy sti^ torment of 
estwu^ cauMiS itohiAt • • • of 
esaaa, wage rtdn Imttftwi. yp- 

att i >»itta g. ICiltoraniMi(rf^«v- 
fl^e tmoi. "De-itdi" sUb with 
JEono— UqiUd or OiMnnU. 




Vti . . ».; rt ..4w 



^MINIA BEACH 
KMIANISCLUB 
Will B« Sdling Alt Of 
PLANTETS PROOUaS 
During Th« 
HOLIDAY SEASON 

At PMlfIc Ave. ABC Stare 

nt IMMS ft 12-1741 
4 to S FM. 

Sat 1M14S ft 12-1M5 
10 A.M. to C P.M. 

SPECIAL — 2 CartMU AHnd 
Nats ai^ 1 Box OacelaJe 
Covered Niita-|5.M 

For Bulk Ordort Call 
Joseph L UGiglla 

JU 3-4535 
* 428-5243 

CRIPPLB) CHILDREN 



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AtUntic Fuel 
Oil Co. 

Call: 

Day or Night 

, — lerving the 
MNTH Largest City 
in the 

T 

United States 

CLEAN 
y PI^EMIUM 

HEATING OIL 




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Homeowners! 
You can Gal 

$1,000 
to $10,000 

REPAY ONLY 




Mr. Ray, aatioMlIf famew aid ^itanatfonaOy reMwned hair ilylirt. 
viiited the TUewater area recently aad denNOalrated hit amaihig 
aMWy at a riwv at the GoMeaVTrteagte. He Is referted to at "the, 
BMB with tfK CS^dNi Ftaigert" beeaase «f hti dbOtty to do hak c^ 
hi S ^BNtet, seta bi^ mhiatet. and Ugh t^ comb eote hi S a^ntet. 
Be 1^ ^pew^ ^ the Ot^aaa Beai^ Aeadnny aad Jaaaf Beaoty 
Academy ta ighre ^eeW taittnMttat of Ms techaiqnes. He Is the 
aaOor of four U^y nwcetafri hahstyttag fiaoks. h« beea on naay 
TV panels, ^and mppean at heaa^ riwws aD owr the coraitry. Hte 
home Is la FhieMa where he resides with hhi wife aad yooag daugh- 
ter. \ 



Starts Wed At The Beach 



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Virginia Beach Theatres 

BEACH BAYNE 



25th & Atbntic 



17th & AtlanUc 



TODAY, ftt. & SAT. 
December 16-18 




FRIDAY & SATURDAY 
becember 17-18 






Feet^ret^ 4, 6, 8^ 10 



SUN. MON. TUES. 
DecemiMM'. 19-21 






Wot 



idttuf 



fjwt^ 



Features: 2 4 6 8 & 10 




2:15. S:2S, 8:3S 




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OBfJIy 



l-M, 6:50. WM 



"FULLY PAID" PLAN 
No Applicofion -Fee 

and WORTCAGK KATtai 

AMT OF tOAN ae^AY FtR WK; 

tt.ooe ' % in 

li.so» \ i 2 



MUTUAL 

OP' vmolNIA 



CALL NOW! 

622-6696 




REN0VA7IBI6 
BE6U1I AT 
WEDGEWOOD 

IQM^ - We(%ewood Dtam»- 
Theatre located w^ of ^ffnOlanns- 
burg will hai« out a "standing 
room only" sip for tiie next few 
wedcs whid) Ruy seem a bit un 
uwal since the tib^te« is closed 
unUl Jam«U7 8. Ail Ut«*ally, 
staining roMn is aU tiuM is avaU- 
Mt in tfie forma- ca^Bg^actory- 
tun»d-theatre as the seats that 
have beai in tne sbiee Wedge- 
wood's opaiing three yva% a^ 
are ronoved and new, i^ihtdstered 
seats are instdled hi preparatiiui 
for the beglnnii^ of the winter 
season m January 8. 

In adiition to new Seating, iMills 
will c(Bne twnblii^ down md be 
rearranged to alkw f(w wm rest- 
rooms, hat-check room, and r»- 
fr^fament bar. Gr^t care is bdi^ 
taken to i^di^ Wec^wood for 
tm theatre patron's comfort with- 
out de^acting from the fttiyiiar, 
cozy, ni^ atenoofdwre that has 
became tte Wec^ewood trademailt. 

Being showcased wiUi the roi- 
ovathms on January 8 will be Su- 
san Blade's om^y "Ready Wlwn 
You Are, C. B.," a play that is as 
U^t and hreeiy as January is 
c<dd and dri^. Ilie comedy played 
last seaam m Broadway starring 
JuUe Harris and spins about a 
wikily dhro^ group of actresses 

aiid <Hie virik movie matinee )da\. 
t 
Fdkraring "Ready When You 
Are. CB?"-will be "The Knack" 
by Ann Jellicoe uid the musical 
"The Fantasticks" which is still 
playing (^-Broadway in its sixtii 
season. 



S(i>stantial cliscounts are avafl- 
able on season tickets for the three 
plays as well as specwi group 
rates lor parties oi twaity-five 
or mere. For information call To- 
ano 584-3236 or write P. 0. Box 
242, Williamsburg, Virginia. 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, t^c^wfeer U, tWl 

pi«e $a 




Left to r1^ Mrs. Caverty. hosten; Mrs. Rdto. Mrs, Li^, 
dart; aad Mr^ HaMin ataad to fro^ ef *e fllreiMace iSt fte reecot 
. Hsttday Houm held by Ae Lyatfuvea Cetoay Gardei CMk 



«f fte netemU batdei hetweea man ami bOMt vrdr 
Stotft WhMnaB ll^ris a crazed haboon bate-handed, to Oda 
from Joieiii C Levtae*B *«iBda if the Eahhari," • ParanMn 
Pictures release whkh also stars Stanley Baker aad fuaanaah York 
and o|was Weisesday at tte Bayne Theatre to Techatooler and Paaa- 
vtoion. 



RU Cracks And 
Holes Bettor 

HtndattapiillyiHiiMilllaiiooi 

PUSnC WOODT 



ThtQewStf- 



SUN., MON., TUES. 
December 1^-20-21 



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Wed., Ttav., I^ 
December 22-24 



HOP! 



2:60. 5:10, 8: 



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DArS NIGHT 



AMPLE 



THE — 



PARKING 



n UDILDER THERTRE 



3177 VIROINtA BEACH BLVD., VIRGINIA BEACH 

Ihe Origfaial Comedy Teai»>l;M. 3:M. 5:08. 7:08. f :05 
mm mtmo4oamNmm /mmMmmr fOutmoH moom^nw — « 

MUHntlt HJ^^ 253 



Features: 2, A, 6, 8, 10| 



S:M,C:S8,8:a8 



MfED., THURS., FRI., SAT. 
December 22-25 

SANDS^QF THE 
KALAHARI. 

Ferturet % 4, 6, 8, 10 




soupiAueM 
AcniAuyaocKiD 
M moeN sutviri 



KMdto Itee, Sat. 8:15 AM Only - Comedy. OotoeM and 

Atlantis The Lost Continent 

SAT. ft SUN.. DEC 18 ft It-MAtlNEES ONLY 

A I^v^OrMmas Treat— (bt Cdar)— 

"SANTA'S MAGIC OBUSTMAS TREE" 

Far Chfldrai fren 1 to Ml-e Sbew|^ Hatty 1:M. i-M, 5:00 



OUB MMUDAY FUN SHOW STARIB W^. 







ereatNiek GC 

LY1««UVI»J ^ Gr«it Neck 
Gardoi Club met in the home of 
Mrs. D. A. W^>ster m Decem- 
ber 8. 

William C. B<qrce of the C ft P- 
Telephone Comjamy, showed a film 
on ttie "Sptfit of Christinas." 

Gab roonbers voted to ccmtrib-/ 
ute |10 to the Joy Fund, ami ^ 
also participating in Opefmoa 
Reindeer for the East^ l^te 
Hospital. 

At the ckse (d the meetihg, 
merribers exchanged PoUyanna 
gifts and enjoyed a Christmas par- 
ty. 

A gold rftibim weirt to Mrs. P. 
M. Ljcms, and Mrs. R. P. Soper 
was awarded a blue ribbon in ttie 
artistic clasi. h the hortkniitural 
division, »frs. J. W. Fell received 
a blue rWaa. 



NAVY WIVES CLUB 



PRIMISS AN1®:-Navy Wives 
Clt^ of Amoica, I^incess Anne 
No. 143, ai^hited diainnei to 
ao-ve for the new year at the re- 
coitly hdd December meeting. 

Mrs. CKMbn HMigm wiU head 
Uw farewell «iqEBi^ttee: Mrs. Lo^ 
Wilhehn, hospitality box; | Un. 
George Cdirs, ffieaiba^;i Mrs. 
Tom Snavley, pta tM poinU,^ Un. 
nmk JbDH. public relations; 
Mrs. Mike Pearson, r^redmento; 
Mrs. GetMTge Vei^km, social: Mrs. 
Samuel Jt^aon, tel^;dione; Mrs. 
Cbaries Kkld, thrift shop; Mrs. 
Loyd ^KIMi^, vice chairman ei 
tiu-ift shop; Mrs. Herb &iMer, 
ways and means; and Mrs. Doinis 
Le^, wetfare. Special commi^e 
ch^tnen are Mrs. Bob Ai^cnA, 

ECrod^ coupcnu, and Mrs. 
Gowan, , commomtathre 

A O^stmas party will be held 
for the members' childroi on Sim- 
day, Decemb^ 19 at 2 pjn. fai the 
Teen ddb buikUng. North Station, 
NAS OcMna. 

Members are hoping in wri^ 
ping gifts free of duu^e tar s«v- 
icei^ statl«iad alboard NAS 
Ocrana. 

Busfaiess meeting of No. 143 are 

held <»i Que first Thursday of eadi 
m<»itii at 7:80 ?,m. ta Oe Teoi 
Ckb buQdhig. Fat further hiforma- 
tton call 94fr-SB36 or 497-0650. 




Enjoying Cruise 



SPEOAL BENEFIT ^W THintS., PEC 23. 9:15 A.M. 

"JIACK AND THE BBANIf ALX" In Color . 

WKVK Radto'PrNMto flie OiiMmas Camied Food Siow. 

Adm. 1 Chi el Feed Far Vm Nee<^ 




Mr. aad Mis. Herman A. Hndglns are photogr^flwd on hewd the 
Grace Ltoe'a Santa Rosa wUeh safled tnm tkm Yepfc tceenHy f«r 
a 18 day cndse to the WeM Indtot. 



Backyard patto decorate^ ta e«ly AmeifcMi atyto to 
privacy bf tihe torowa Wa!^ faaoe. 




Mastw befhoem ta the Caverly hone. 

HOLIDAY HOUSE AT 
LYNHHAVEN COLONY 



Text and Photo* | 
By DOUGLAS ARNOLD BABNES 

Approaching the Lynnhavai Col- 
wiy section <rf Virginia Beach, the 
artistic difference of the hames 
was noted with particular empha^s 
(m the decoratrans 'of &e exteto 
of the home hf Mr. mid Un. BicA>- 
ert C. Caverly, 2973 Lynnhaveh 
Drive, whffl* Uie Lynnhaven Col- 
ony Garden flub featured "Hwne 
for the Holidays." 

1^ gray-greei soUtlevd house 
wMh a red and black sleigh laden 
with packi^es was waiting on the 
fnait ptMwh ready to be driven 
ffway by "Donner and Blitzen" 
r«eRd>led an enlarged Christmas 
card as it nestled in the brieht 
gretti winta- grass surrounded by 
pne trees. 

Ikuuung cedar, tied with r*,d 
vdvet bows, outlined the doiffway, 
and snow was sprinklwJ over the 
flagstone porch. 11^ |)ackvard 
pation, enclosed by a brown Wal- 
pole faice, had wreaths of dried 
flowers in muted grays and golds 
hanging on ttie op«i gateway, and 
the eariy American pine table was 
cove^ with a checkered cloth 
and laden w|b fruit invijting -one 
to rest wrf^mlect on the j<qrs (rf 
the seafeon. 

Mrs. Caverly, attred in a pate 
gree naltemoon sBk wMcb acceo- 
bated her mham hak. greeted 
victors 9nd offered h(H s^ed de 
ai a waaBtiDy The la^ C hriat ma 8 



tree in the haOway was reiMljr for 
Santa. To the left of flie fojwc 
was a liiHag room tasAeft^ deeo- 
rated white jiist beyond a dtatag 
mom t^le with red Intfanheed 
cloth caught the eye. Sto||Mg 
down into the piaeiWiMnea tm 
boarting a fire|daee «^ touriB% 
b^ was a m^ uniweri aalW^ 
scene d hand^csffved w>od freoi 
Jervsskm. created by Mrs. L. D. 
Roller. Mrs. B. 0. Park and Un. 
Pitt had decorated tiie fittie dni|^ 
tec ^ephanie's ro«n and bidh ll 
bright reds fud grays. 

The master becboom and b^ 
a sjTOohony in pak KoU, wMfe 
and orchid nirtes, aodahned, lie 
artistry of Mrs. C. D. Ridslbii 
(confined to the ho««ital bv iAwss 
»t this time) and Mrs. Wi^mtf 
Reelitz and featured a heol: 
s^aoed motif of ronnin«v,we«ierf 
over the backb(wd d the ^Nddi 
bed. 

Mr^. D(>Forrest UDy. vreskkol 
of the club, ocolataed tial aV 
m«>mber5! had coona'ated hi itc^ 
ratine the entire home, ani 1^ 
meirib<>rs an() i^uests vfitttid lA 
day. (Mier officers taichKled Mrs. 
Dnrertv. Mrs. B. I. lUtors. ItfU. 
Effi>I Hansot and lbs. ndkard 
Ware. 

On diristmas nm^^ WMm* 
me win hAve exptfleaced a |iwriy 
I»e<3iristiQsi mpnocy dw l» He 
efloHi of hir iiioBMi'a isrifte dw 

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A^ motto hat biiB iblfett 
from tfM Oty oC Virtfiva Beidi 
for a period d pMy tttei wven 
but 1«8 tf"^ W«^ yww. 

It ji tbe-i^terf itf)Jl^a m. OR- 
D|tiB) AND DBC^ns AM no- 
tice rf tbs peWee (4 Ae taid 
G«orgt ChrUtoph^ Qeo^adfi M 
pii)lU)ed once a mtk (or lour 
»^c^ve mfki In ^ Vli^ia 
B^ch Sun Newf. a mnpapu 
published in the City of flrgtala 
Beach, Virginia and ttiat notice 
beii^ given ttiat m the l^ day 
of January. 1986, bel^ tm> week! 
after the fibal puWcatiOD as hfer& 
In provided, that tills Court will 
hear evktofu:» ctncen^ the ab- 
fence and aliped deatii d Greg- 
ory Joseph Siandw; it is further 

(m^BSD that tlw (Herk d thii 
om ^Mi a certified o^ d 
Uiis order in ^ said Virginia 
Beach Sun as notice required ift 
this Decree. 

A Q^y— Terti: 

JOHN V. FUNTRESS, Cl«* 

By: R. H. Wash, D.C. 
Harold M. Stem 
406 Board of TrtOt BaiUii^ 
NorfoOE. Virgiote 



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|rmmIi dt ■MtkA 

AHl IB iKwik tevtal faa«B 
iMk and AM diMk lb dlNodlM 
it ml a («ri*Bt dliM Suto «f 
VbflBta* tt» lis* koowi post offkfe 
«dn«M bcteg: aavaoMh, Georgia, 
it ia ordittil ihi do afpett 
bwt wlUii Mn (10) iQv rf^ dua 
pttthMllott htnA, nd do wM 
may be aaninry to pr<»tect kar li- 

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BY; J. Curtis Fniit. D. C. 
Victor J. AAe pq. 
1134 Onuth 9b«et 
Norfolk, Vk^a 



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tnt mmkikM 

6y: J. iCurtfi Pmtt, D.C. 
Janm R. McKenry, p^ 
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1381 LadiM ilMd 
Vlfgnia iaaili. Vfr^nlA 



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01^ d m% mf it i^N* 

i Alii a'dMl tA. 
_ _ _ ^ tf Da|an<>if , Ml^ 
la te (^ttrtiQM tf Ma tMnil 

I, to oo^dar aiimMtiMi i ila li 

BuN) oi the diw^ of the City 
of \mto Bii^ VftiMa. to he 
wiKmA to *• CkMM Asssm^ 
bfy. . 

1. Propoaed aiiwiaw i nt to 9be> 
tion Ml to b« oetfAred is a« 
fdkwa: 

"SectioB IJB. Auftortty lor If 
soancf of boe^ No bcnda of UM 
dl^ aM bt HMd Mil «Wfr^i» 
ittliM ihaU Kift MA MbMil 
• by an onto«ioa adtqitMl l^ ttl 
affiRiuatVe wte ol a m^nlty ol 
an mttMera of tfa* couocd And 
sfjproved br !>)« afbinMlve «M 
of a major^f 6f the qaa^Bad fol> 
ev ol tiM e% yotini on ^ qtiar 
tfam tt Id dactta) eifled and hM 
!(»■ tke p»poM te the maflfelt 



dectort: p^W M hoods ir 

staed fcr a a^l^ WMfer «^ o^« 
ipecific indertoridng from i^ek 
the dty miqr dirife a mmm, as 
{MMlttedty ftetite m%) d tiie 
Cgnatttirttai, Aa^ ka P#*ri>ed 
in flw manso' ^msSnA uitdB; 
proHdad tetii» that tfie cooneO 
noi^ k«ie bonds tt H^ ••l^ 
or sfnMBto flot metx^m %W*' 
OCO to aqr calendar y«r fiaf'n^ 
{OTper jpurpoie md Wto to »- 
tlciiwtion of (»lto(^iaa el rewii^ 
of Ae cun^ fiscal ymt wttboirt 
M^uittlm Iba qHsalioii ef (Mr to> 
wanoe to Uie voersi and ^o^^dcd 
furtter that the'councU may Isstw 
bonds in any amouitf vt amouoto 
not ac«adii« 12.000.600 to any ol- 
eodar y»r for wata-, anrar aod 
other pmc utiUty aystoma «ltt- 
out sufamUting the ipMttoB of 
their iwiaoce to the voen." 

2. Proposed amendment to 9)^ 
tim 16.IS to be onsklared shaU 
provide as fdlows: • 

For a Sdiool Boetl of &1«W 
(11) 4laii)m, who A^ be ap- 
pcnnted by tiw GMBdl 01 tte (% 
of Vir^nia Beach. Vlr^ia; one 
mstta shall be appototad faom 



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AaD A to wStaA^ 
tioD IMI of ia «*«» ^^ 
Die fiwr44) |ANm^ 
AOl be anMdfroi) 

at torp; lil,# » IM 

31, Ml; te W^ Ne 
July 1, Mil ilA*«rfh 

m «, »«. AM iNi , 

a paiM ef tiMs (!) yMi- 

(I) Mb ?. rvniM 

Oerkof tlw CooMfl of ti* City 

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tlitiis toiia#tiiapuUc 
tiie underdpid^ tratttag m fimm$ 
brlve^ la^. itf wltUi Urn 
t^m pid>UcaftieB st ^ astiee 
ply to the Vtr^^, Stale Akxk 
Beverige CoMnd Beard for »|ll> 
coae to seQ bar and ^^^ 
off add on premtaa ooBsuraii^B. 

Ctavld A. "n^, ^rarident 

T/A pava;|,i^Ww*i 

ni iieiil fliBftoB fivd. 

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B ttH aWge to *• Goverw^s 

^ pMHto rt^toeli*2 

fi^MWMe v«|itati«. remteds 
K VlrgtBil Oemi OiflamiaiidA. 
S to flg w mbmlMmi 
they put to and take oot at Mtab- 
BAed ImdiDfi, provided tiwy do 
«Bt to w^ liiore elsGNHiere wiMi 
fH bel (rf taflmanaUe vegetotion. 

than M feet from iniammaUa 
ijptrthin Ttavel to aid frtp 

lomk, fUHs Aiid bra^tod m 
KMBIuelUdiiJibMiied. 

tlw tauntiog and fisU% bai ^ 
h(las aquafly to laodo««ers ttd 
h^riaaUM mch ■• Aoottog ft%^ 
■ervM. Laadiniiier. Aatt' aiMi, 
persofls 00 ofAdal A^. and th<Me 
iUglgal ta tte htfVMt ef toeit 
nrfuets. may enter tte dosed 
ttjlM ea Mcetlary. Sn^ or 
&riort4ffiteii|Kd^dtoor 

Ab an tet of tteae areas. Un- 
olp tnvAl ia rt^rtoted to hlgh- 
1H0 and wcQ defied prhrate 



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iMH^#t i^mff a t . 
fteln^da tei:h IMvi^ of 
I*idiee te to tMr^ontaatoo 24 
li M i^ fteycte*. iev- 
tiii^Mr radtos, wflst«n^di- 
•i. tWliir «^ atttsaerlM and 
^vtfA and end that wm be 
lidbj^ to ancttaa a^ tf not daim- 
•d before Dee. 17, UH. Feraoos 
whe can give proof of own«>ship 
m»y Ttpgri to police head(piarta"s 
M MaoBU Anat bet:«eeQ the 
hoots of 8 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 
make nich claims. 

cm Friday. December 17, 1985; 
rtarting at 12 Noon in tiie area 
betiveen police headquarters and 
me Caart Hbule rkn Department, 
aO artletai not t^toed wiU be 
sold at pvUle aiadiafi by the De- 
peftVNHt of jNble Safety. 

"^ g. Joiaison, CWrf 

dSafety 



to Ihoae ea^on 

i*^«d Iflr *e ban will 

be Mtaidid^ tte ttiai)^ of days 
the dnta^ was tp ^eet lawided 
this Aiea w>t push the clo^ date 
bi^fond Jahuaiy SI. Since the small 
^ae season ahready «ctoeds until 
Jsnary si to most aartem coua- 
ti^ it caanot be kngfteaad. ^k- 
tgtnd seasons now to progress 
caoKA ba leegftened due to Fed. 
arid resMcttSBs. 



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VisllY Eleets 

msSmiA BBACa-Tlje Vestry 
of l^dtak Bj^KOpid dwrdi ^t- 
ed tti^ tnv memters for a period 
d ti^a yun at the cMgr^a- 
ttoBd seebig hrid tost week. 

1^ are Itobert BMdey,.Jr.. 
OM^bs GUllam, J. Douglas Ibib- 
aiid. K# MeretBtk, Sklney 
lioreax*» &A Lany B. Wales. Jr. 



IQ the Cfa%uit Court of the City 
of Vh-gUa Beeeh OB the Ttb day 
of Decenber, MS. 

m rs^ ikram of: 
t(mm. wmmsm to 

have oamRV JOS&PH 
SHAASBO itedar^ lepUy 
dead. x 

Oft 9lilt\ 

JSm CkVm came on this day 
iiy be heard upcrn the sworn peti- 
mi of George Chriitopter G«)rgi- 
ad^ to declare Gregory Joe^ 
Staaho lega% dead and was ar 
^ed by ODued. 

UPON CONSIDERATION 
vmsa^F. and it ^ipearing to 
the Coirt that the said Gregory 
JosefA l^iambo fomnerly resided 
ia toe County d Princes Anne 
(now to the. Ctty of .Virginia 
Beach), Vbgtote, and tiiat the 
saki Gregory Jose{^ aitolbo went 
from ti>e City of Virginia Beadi 
in tlM year 1957 and has not beoi 
8MB since tii^ date and bsit not 
been heard of since the year 1957. 
Ilie Court betog satisfied that 
Geor^ CSuistophar deorgiades 
shouH be aititlwl to the proceeds 
of the said policy with the Pilot 
life Inauance Ccanpuiy, said pol- 
icy being numbered 40S647, 11 the 
said Gr^ory Josef^ Shambo ^re 
to fact dead, 
rr FURTHER APPE.\R1NG to 



tocUale Ed- 
mmA Brtoe, Odr. Ftank Bragg, 
Ofita C^trpei^r, <^. lUisseD 
S. CmidiafW, Edward Dillon. 
(^wliafyd. George L. AMrld^. 
U. QA. Wttrren S. Silvert«Bi, Rob- 
«t S. lUUunIt, and Maury F. 



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Zetta wpm^ soothit^ relief to ex- 
tem^y cau^ itehitn of eczona, 
miMr rssbes, skto irritations, non> 
poisonow ituect bites. Detoultizes 
nnvientfop, KiHs milBon of sur- 
face e^nK, aids healing. "Oe-itch" 
skin with Z^no, Liquid or Ointment. 
Quidc rel^, or your money back I 



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w0al bdUay p^ns aid wrrath 
i^ t^ ibe Qripiial atof^ in the 
P^i^s AwfrJ^tftM riiq^iiS ceo- 
tor M Deranfo 18 frtnt to a.m. 
to 4 pA. 

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Bench, on tke 3rd day (^ X>iiC«r 
ber, »». Jiil 

M^fcN a: ^tem, Detod- 

tle^iiA ol ttte mA Is to el)- 

to b? fcrtW cwffged Into t dl?w™ 
a vint^ nurtrtaxMitt from tfae said 
def^da^ 14ml the grouMb al 
crueltf ttj ^ d M fau etoFe dMMt 
^ aa mnvtt havj^bsm 
made and filed 
11^ kmwQ add 
ii ordmsd tha^lg'A} a; 
within tm (lO)J^«ft 
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hers witete^ (^ d^ 
1^ due piMIakkn hererf. aod 
# ffM aiQF be necesHffy to p«i»- 
filet Ml tatareri ta ttis autt. 
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B^f^ ft Bn^Ses. p.q. 
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ouMnoNWEALTB or vmaNu 

ta tte Clerk'i Office af ttie Or- 
oitt Ourt of tib aty of Vir^iiia 

mka[.'m eife xbi % dr Ko<«n- 

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ft^P %,Vl^, DdeodaA. 

fie ^ect of £& mit is to o|- 
tahi a C^Ne a ^ieuU matrimoiii 
from M said sb^dant, 190D tiie 
^•la^ of 4«ito». 

^ m dB&vit baviag beep 
mad» and Ifled tiat the defoidattt 
is a aM^erfdett ol the State e( 



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In tl« Mdt Court of tiw (% 
of Virl#ieach 09 ttw Hft ^ 
of NovwAer, Wi^ ' '^ 

\ okOikM PitHnrtii -- 

a mlnial penuL 
In the floatter ofHia mUHW of 
Bthel 
estaUish 
Bryant 
^di 

'it appearinito 0* 
liam Rulfla Itayaitt 
C^ of Wnebyfc 

City jrf 
that he 

not returned to uie^iie U- sev^ 
years suco^^, mA has not 
been h^rd gf slnoe, mi tie Q)urt 
being sat^&d that ihe amilicant, 
Etbd OMr Etejwnt, would be his 
widow wge he in fact dcpd. it is 
OHDBREa) that said ap^tatfoo 
of Ethel Collier Bryant diall be 
putJished <mce a wedc for four 
sucoenriiy W8^ in the ^%ghda 
Beacft 80% a niwqpapy, pufaMed 
in he C% of Vkf^ Bead), and 
that noU0i be gben that on tiie 
Mfli day of JjffloAy, 1188, which 
is two vedcs aftar tiM final ad- 
verUsKoent of said notice ta lie 
saki ne(ifa|»per, tl» Court will 
hoH- eiddo^ (Kucerpiog the al- 
le^ atiseacx of the su|^»sed dr 
ced«^ iHul the dfctiitulaiio«i mi 
duratioB thareof , and m Oeit is 
directed 'to put)4id»d a certXied 
cm of this CNfe^te the notice 
rtjiiired in the sM^fbrpaiM BtaA 
Sua. 

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JO«f V. F134tfaS8S, Ckric 
^y.tlm^ S. Baa. D.C. 

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a r^ e^to. 

tfi lAdinm hi^te Nip 
made snl tki ^i ttw dc^o^^ 
are nol r^iteto of the State of 
Vii^RU^ and Aat due ^|»ice 

the mnpli^^ Ui d^modm in 
whid c^nty or cMrporation tiw 
^enlnts are withoi;^ eilact, ^e 
last knowv «kh^ b^: SW S. 
tt^bedt Itoad. Vii^lua BeMb. 
Virgtato, tt is wdMi ^ t^ 
do appear here wi^ ten (W 
teys ^t& Ale p^Uici^H) hretf . 
and do wlurtflMQr be aec^tary to 
protect th^ intei'est ta tids wtit. ' 

A' cow— Teste: 

iCm V. raNTRE^. Oerk. 

iy: i OirtJi teit, tW. 
B^Klg^ % Woyl* M. 

Vikinia B»ch, Vir^Ua 
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do^eqiHorf, etc- 
Gon^pUnants 



Vii^iia, the last knowm p(|^ offioe 
addrMS b^: A^ocidbw. !«^r 
Yvfc. it is oidend thai te do ap- 
pear ha« wlAin ten (10) days 
Slier dh» fuMaittoo ho^, ai^ 
dowyf^iir be neMSMry to pro- 
t^^lis taterat ta this suit 
A iMffH TiibIu 

JOffiLK. liinBIiSS. Cleck. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
P«d W, AcUh^ p.q. 
24U l%ctt* Avenue 
Vir^%^if^ Vir^aia 



Vlralnla B««ch SUN, Thurtday, D©c»mb«f 16, 1965 



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COMITONWEALTH <W VfltGINIA 

In the OeA's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court pf tb»>% (tf yk0^ 
Beach, On tftt itt 1^ of Moveo- 
ber, 1965. 

Order si l*dittci^loB > 

THELMA D. VICK, Plaintiff, 

D^^Bw. VJGK. Drfendant. 

The object of thi& suit is to ob- 
tain an annuto^t from ibe said 
defeadvit. upm |he mm^ ^ 
marria^ aot eonstanmatad. 

And an aHidavid having been 
nukie and ffiei duM the defidad- 
ant'i I|st Wnm address 
cA -^s. Mvid Vick, $r., 
netts fastilf Itoad, Sul^ 
ginia, „but *a|te|; (Uligeitf - 
the l^fif ^ heen 



T*i iMie* tbit on Decennber 
», Hff. al N:OBk AJ«., at HoH 
O^dK, 1^. 4B60 Arag(H» Bl^, 
Vfa^l^. Vii^^ua, we sMi 
Qcpoia to «ie, oae Wes Opd sta/ 
wag., mtia iinf>er SMaswOl. 
seized aa^ fffioceifd frofn Lee 
J. Lemard, US2 Virgima Bead). 
Blvd., Lot 12. Vrgima Beach, Vi:^ 
ginia, by vMue (tf the breach of a 
certiUQ oooditioQal «aks coptraot, 
dateU it»»ry M, UK. ta pur- 
suance of the VtMism Sales Jed 
of Virginta. T»n» Ca^ 
UoJt &iidc. inc. 

UstftPadfic #.VH'-'i 
^i^ifida B^idi, Va. ' ' '\, 

13-16M 



jNOnCE Cr SAUE ^* 

Mlttda Rochester trvA Com- 
pany, Roclester, New York will 
^11 at publte auction at Itadt (tf 
Virgiida B^ch Li^ Laskta Road 
and Pactfic Avenue, Vitpnia 
Beach, .^V^^iia on Qacenpb^ 31, 
1965. at 11: OP o'dock A^.» c»e 
1963 Ford 30Q Foidor Sedan, Wad- 
d 54, Aatomatlc 8; Serial No. 
aF54r-UB7»Mindep a deiknltod 
condataM si^ costaet by Mb- 
aU W. aod fbifp^e 4^. Fudge. 
420 Roio iuifle kmaf, W0m 

Beadi, Vir^ola, on which tho* is 
dua UM% m<Bmm$ on ie- 
ttldnl^styiMMaile. 

Tt^ uod^stgoed iraserves ttw 
rigltftobM. 

A. H Randc^ph, Af»t 
ia-tt-lt 



(xiMMiiipEM.ni or 

h die (%^ Ottce of 
cult Court of the (% of 
Beich. on OelMi d^ dUemih 
im, vm. ^ 

GLC»UA JEAN LANDSRS 

RiaH. v^Osif^ 'upM 

ROeCHT im nm. Di|eadaQL 

the object of tias siA is to d^ 
ta|i a di^nvee a meisa d \baeo 
tolw ^Mp RM^ed tato a divcMxe 
a ytaci^ipMil^nii from the Md 
de|aid&i^ 1^ Qm ffpqds of %- 
se^ioo. 

fad an aifktavit hk^ ^eett 
mide and filed thi» ^ tishO- 
a4's last known aifafress was: 3337 
T^rasEO Trafl, Va. Beach. Vii^ 
ta, and that Aw ^igence has been 
used by and on bduilf (^ Ibe com- 
{dittnant to ascertata ta wMch 
copnty or coipu^tion the defend- 
ai^ is with(Hit effed. it is ordered 
thit he do i^ipear here within tea 
(10) days a&xt due pii|U(»tion 
be^, and do what m^ be nec- 
essary to iMx>ted his tat^r^ ta 
thli autt. 

A copy— Teste: 

has V. FE3NTRESS. Oerlc. 

$y: Mary M. White. DC. 
L. Charles Burlage, p.q. 
Oqe Mam Plaza East 
N^Mk, Virgima 

I 12-2^ 




Commonwealth of viRGDaA 

Itt the C%if s Offkib of the Or- 
ewt Cottt eiOm City d Virpnli 
Beach, on the 9th day (^ Pecem- 
h&, up. . 

Ofder of pmeaHmk 
J^NO^ J^^' SAI£S ft 
iViCH. mC., Piaism, 



j^mwvs mMaaaom, et ai. 

. Defendant. 

Ihe pbJeGi of tids suit is for the 
said c^i^i^g^ts to enforce liens 




CQMMONWEALin OF VIRGINU 

U. tbe Clerk's Office of #e Clr>. 
c^t Cowt of the City ef Virgtala 
B^Mk. Ml the 29(b day ef Nevem- 
ber, liiS. 

' Order «f PnbHcatta 

UROSS WINSTON, 
FiatatfS. 
i^ainst 

GmXEUA Wtl£0N.WO^N» 

Oeittdant. * 

• Ibe AjKl of this aiit is to d>- 
tota a divorce a vinculo matri- 
momi Iron the saki ddendant, up- 
on tbe graimds of two yett:^ seper- 
atiofc * 

Aikl an affidavit havii^ been 
nude sfid fQed that the d^oidaot 
is a ate^^idei^ of die i^ate of 
Virpnli, die last known post office 
address beii«: MU A<iantie 
Avenie, &ook^ New Ybrit. ft ta 
wdified dMi ibe do aflpecur b«e 
wtthbi Im f 10* days after doe i«A>- 
licatiqn faeneof , and do what mdy 
be nece6sary to ^otod her inl^esl 
ta t^ suit. 

A c(^— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk. 

BVr J. Qfftta Fruit, DC 
Biydges A ^10& 
13691 Lesksn Itoad 
Vii^inia Beach, Virs^ta. 

l2-2-4t 



Efr ALS.. Respf^deats. 
* Qi4w of Fi#taiP« 

Tbe ob^ (f the above «^yM 
auft ta tocoMtrue Uw hologNvhic 
wU of Rd>«t Eartcffi l^miaeiid, 
deceased . And. K a|ipeBii« hf al- 
^^■M 4^^ -^^^i^^Mrte taw HiMt' 
Eltaidlieth deGaaton, Jack Edwvda 
mi Enmy BdwHHta, re^xndenta 
iaittta ob^ia^pBi aitt, M not 
it is, ttureJ 

%t Ae said 
ckEdaiirds 
and Iter EdwMtk do appear 
Witbta W^days irfter d^ ptiilica- 
^ of thta ordv. ta io Oeik'a 
0^ ol oiv itudt:3Mt C^ nd 
do |dM is i^femey to ptotod 
thefa- ii^siests Andf R is kMer 
orders) tl% tbu order be puUisb- 
ed Mice a''WKek lor foia- suconriva 
wedis ^ tbe Virginta Bmcb Sun, a 
oawspaper prii^d ta tbe Oty <| 
Vit|inia teadk Vii|Ma- 

A Cowi-Wto; 

JOHN V. FENTRfiSS. Oieik. 

By: U^ M. m$, D. C. 
P. A. .^tasto. ^.. d4 
l^er a: Agelaslit * 
mkm^t for c< M^l i| i an ts 
S^ i%|s Bai^ 9i4^ 
Norfcflc, ^rginia • v^ 

tSr%4t 

dMiMONWEALTH OF VmCUNIA 

b. the <%|^ Mm 4i ^3^ 
colt Coort of (he Ci^ of inigtala 
Beach, on, t|e IMh day ef Noraa^ 

Order Of PBhtteatlM 

PAl^ P. PE^^fCE, 
Piiriiitiit, 
s^ainst 
GARCY FAITH FEARCG, 
DsKnoaflt. 
•nie objed of ttita suit is to d>- 
ttta a dhrarce A Vtaeoto Hatrl- 
monu foom ti» s^ defoMlaiA t^- 
on the groundf of two years coo- 
tjwous seiMffslkm. 

And an afftdaivit having befai 
imide and Med thrt tbe dtf extant 
ta not a residoit of tbe State of 
Virginta, dw ta^ tawm post of- 
fice address bang: General De- 
Uvery. VaUaj6, Califamta. It is 
oc4^ tibat ^ do afipear here 
wSMn ten (loytayi after due pdb»- 
Hcatkn hereoffjbd do what may 
be i^pesa^jQMo^tjtect her interest 
ta i^s mtt. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOOr V. RmiSSS^ Oflrii 
^ J. Ouitta Fruit. De^ Cterk. 
Bryc^ ft Broyles, A^s. 
1369 Laskta lUiad 
^rgtaUBIadi. Vitgtai£ 

U-lMt 



facLOUr 



ElBSIHtl lil <tf mM 



# imt^mmm 



UBS ttoy em, oe die Ttti day of 
jHHtfry, ttM, at its Oout Room. 
i^tast tht p^nnt and driiMry 
of the Ibtate of V. Hope Sdlam. 
DeceMod. tothetag^ nanMta 
Us m^ befto^t Bfpbated ta%e 
O^sOffi^ ol m Court, wih 
out N^ii%reAtf)^b«ids; and 
HtaUttier 

that ^ fo«g(^ 
p(Htk» of tt> C^der be pd>ltaMed 

% tti Vltti^ %|^ ^^ ^ce i 
anSettive feekp. 
^ eof9^-^e^ 

By C. Qalis Fruit, De|^ Oerk 

IMMt 



|Mf>LOrMENT 



42 H«b WftiHwi 
wn&n or 1 •iiwi^ 



MANFOWBR, INC. 
UilCffirfILT NHEM 






BflsrarAfiiSDiioir poucnf ^ 

b^ed riigirfflan ef age or «dst- 
b^ &9^ eondlttan. No wait^ 
period BORBd UbMn or Mddeols. 
Pbon MA MO! WlAti 



AUTOMOTIVE 



20 A uNtwI i l tos For Sal* 



Gti^. 4^. ra&>, healH-; 6 «yl- 
biaer. A-l condttkHL Leaving. WiU 
iake best (^Kr. CaU m^\s&. 

11-4^ 



ite faav* bomadtale asstgnmwita. 
naaqy a^cd to Virgtada Reach. 

NO VISE 
1%|e off bei««ei |iAs ^m da- 
^"ed— work on these tenpomy 
tabs vbin cMVi^pl td JDO. 
Phone now for taM<vMr md Job 
assifament. OT-Wt. 

m BouiT^it 

M7<(fti 



10 Soafs ami iuiytias' 



RENTAL REAL KTATE 

'■ ' '*■ • **: ■• • •- ' - 



111 Apartwmita furtMmA 



FOR vmn ■ 

OeCIITMUS 

Fenced ynnd. 
monthly. CaU 



toni^ied diytai. 
Water paid, m 



rURNISpa> ^rtaooit — Uvfa^ 
twm, beitaoan, l^^oMtte, Iwtti 
ft lit^ etaoet poirfortabta, dean 
weD heated, central tanltao. Ne^ 
ooeaB. 948 per moodi. Wate- i«- 
otabed. Call 4384810 or «B-?«17. 

IMHtn 



RO^AL REM. OTAIfc , 

.ii j. fci j i 111 ' t.ii. i nm I I f 1 1 li l : 



113A MpiMM. fmt^ 
or IHifimiidM 



Sl-Jrr. OWENS CaUn Qruiair. Ui- 
hp Cbryste Crown— SMp-^-Siora 
Radta. FuUy equipped. F^ ftdl 
lafninatkn call *" " 

E:2: 



f^ 



NORm EW) - t betfcpooiii fur- 
niiiMd apartment, tat Aoor. Screen 
jpotb. Nkx groands. Froea ^wntf . 
Year^ rei^ CaU OMttS or «B- 



I bedpoon 106. 2 becbtioni $ar$m. 
3 bedbnm m0». .^ichor Real 
ty. m-im anyttaie. lt»(fn 

IIS HowsM— PumMMd 



FtmOSIED — 2 bedroom hmse 
widi Uv^ room. UtiAse and 
bath. East of Vtagtata Beach Vgb 
School. c(mtfortable. $» p«r 
month. CaU 4BMBIi cc «ft7B7. 

n-iMbi 



U»fD(^ BRIDGE - t^ Qatof 
MOO Ayeoue. FivMsbed one beo- 
room apaiteienu. Water %irtashed> 
IBS p^ qaonlh. Mr. DoOirt Sp- 
8991. 9Nm. S»«U. ll-44tn 



M»C»ANDISE 



OCSANA — Clean tonUiid apart- 
ment I^anfy ■tara«i^ ReildeitUd 
aroa owr base fabs. tarta yard 
QwDor. «MM. H^4ia 



VIRGINU BEACH - Near 
and beiK^ Saudi cottage tost- 
nidied. No deposita. m moB^. 
CiHjpta CHify. No pets. SM^a. 

«_ . J£^ 

116 tuthiMtPkiMt 



VKOttKOUSE - 17tb Street 290O 
s^are feet Cement floor, lbb% ta 
daor. flitae. toiet m mBt0y. 






30 AppH«»<* Sarvlcaa 



■ Sal^ and aervtae. frompt ef- 
tfeirat m^t. nek up' and (to- 
livery. Fbooe OMm. Fuel 
feed ft 9ulkltag Sispitaa. Ino. 

■ ^' • : " ''^' ' " " tia 

81 jutMtot— ^•PW>'^ 



fO AHIcIm for Sak 



DeiAJXE zsNrm dodc radta. 7 

tiifces, Radtfier and Diod^. AM- 
FM. P«rfed cooditioQ. Co^ |75. 
Vfll Sd for |3t. 428-7368. 12-l»-lt 



LOW winter rates iflr^HMftiat, 
V yearly. Also aK»i%. Located 
ta flta bavt of the beach, near 
ocaan front «»«ns. VMi-t&i 



We sptidaliae ta Utcben cabtaets, 

rosa Um ^<A at 300B Soillb 
l9tHb/(^ lOf^d. WMBf or Ml- 

S-ll-tta 



Noncst 

Coptmcton k Mp ^ 

Let us beta you wi& miA new 

KaaqiMiit to aflb ao^ aid |«^ ta 
finW K4ftg ' 
Fbooe: SeDam 4 ISatao, loe- 



VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk's Offkc Of Tbe Cto- 

CDlt Coort of tbe CI|r of Vkgtaita 

a||^ die said dr BeajJi. on tte l^ day of Nov«an- 



SHOW G&USE OBDBR 
V^GINIA^ 
IB the Cbcnit Cewt af Al ftty 

•if Vlrgtata Beacb. On Ac Itth 
Im^. Of Nev^Bipcr. Vim 
bi tbe Imet of: 

IHB ESUAtS: OF V. IXtfE 
KajLAM, DiXBAiai} 

It appearing thsA a report of the 
account of Sadie Soptt KdBitn, 
Ibcecirtnx of tbe E^U4e of V. Hope 
kellani, deceased, and of die dd|ts 
sod demands agatail hk eAa^, 
has beoi fUed ta tbe Ctok'a OiBce 
of diis Oim, «id du^ IQCfe than 
six months have elap^d iin% tjie 
(|^altfKatk» of tie Eieciibix, on 
Motion of Sadta Scftt Tallin, £k< 
qputrlx ot iJoB Estae of %. Hope 
Kellam, Deceased, it ta 

ORlDGIdBD tfmt die creditors of 
and ay dh^ tate w s N I ta tke 
aforesaid esMie do i^ww cause if 



4-"^ 



mm 



ONE used &e(Ay ftaw f^maea. 
Forced dridt and drcutation. Oil 
fbtd. Good cooAtkm. Mr. beHart 
-mtf^d^^l, S4(H07L 



APARniENte or rooms. Wce^ 
or mon^. Heated. AB utflMee 
furaUied. Api^ Town Booae m> 
tel, 208 24^ Street IftU-tbi 



OFFICE - London Brk^. 2i7C 

Seat Nedc Road. Two rooim wV^ 
It taickided. 180 per idontb. Ifr. 
DeBi*t-4iM9n. IM^ 



FIREWOOD — iweetgtnn abd mn- 
pta. $15 cord unspUt. CaU fM&K 
Si^d^eqr. 



CARPET FACn 

I can a^ perfect |7.i8 pupont 
Sbl n|kn . . . IS.90 squari yaid. 
18.90 haavy sheared igrlon . . 1^90 
square yard. 45 cokn. ptf ICr. 
fiarbar. MaMHlft 1&4«| 

— : «— 4 



tfil 



lybiiiet S^^GS, Ifafces button^ 
bcilas, fu^^VSttges, and dani^ 
till. Local Arty ^ iiuroe pn^ 
nHita of 1014 Mm « ^ 
QompMa balaaof ^-^ft^ ^ 
dataits «^ wtee $m «Hte| 
)(afioBai*a,ppo#'^JPept.^ tu, 
- • '^ '" ' U-Mt 



Ela^r^ •> i^ l^idMoeiBi 

SUPPLIER^, Dd 
Fboni «H0i0 



EMPLOYMENT 



ABttftlAlte- 1««8* 
SSiOER ZIG-Z.AG 
^nitibd coiaitiso. I;^. attach' 
waitt an aaedSid to make Ixit- 
lonhoies, aaoaoffram. ete. TaMf 
over 6 yayflMBli oT^H «r 9^<l 
caib. Call nnr. Cradi imfitneiit 

tsMju. "o-2iMa 

99 Hovaahd^ 9ooda' 



Studio apartmei^ funlsbed. bi- 
dudtaig an utOitiee. Gaa boat Air- 
cQaditiiooed. Good kicatbw. Yeariy 
tfxA <rf svnnty-five dollars (|».* 
00) per month. CaB 42»M0 or lOB^ 
mi. lA44>ltt 



sra? W^da BMcb Boulvettrd. 
OfSce sm retafl sin-e siace arafl- 
sMe. Brmd new. bei^M, two 
stoiy etevated baOdtai. fMy to- 
(»ted between PenoKohB Si|H«re 
iM I^ticea Anne Pboa. Cilll^ 
kr Realty, S40«)01 or 9tMHB. 

1H4&I 



OiWGB SPACE ItKRmf: IW< 
niabed. CaQ 4aM683. 11-lMt 



111 Renter $al« 



One and two bedroom^ fumlM 
^tartmoats. Year niund. Cul 
fjHT^ Of I2I4I806. 

KNOTT Y PBiE 
ORi 



2 BjD^EIOOIIS. 
UVmO ROOM. 

EN AND 
YEARLY 

WSXM 004^ 

10 FT. Wma A10' 

NXS. CAU. mm- IF NO AN- 

mm cftiL u(x m m^ 




AiptlK'i qwrt UDtri 





PINEWQOD GARD^IS ^ Near 
beach and bases. WiD i«nt ter |US 
per mcntii or sA, P17 |M and 
assume pi^meids of 186 par 
^ P^<9«« wffl hdp ibanoe. 



h£^ ESTATE FOR SALE 



TSThoui 



and (uroisbed roomi. 

km 9^ SUtkNL Bsr mak or 

»*r!Tr lip 



40|||ip Wtii»i^-rMiial« 



porches 
buikling 

B. F. Bk. I 



BRiaK MASONS 




mm 



/. 



Buildinnfn 

We wiHyM 
or mdce your presait 
dream to. Mify (n. 
ing. g^pi^ 



Ml Ores 

& rei^eftig:''Hfiating repairs 

and histallatwna. ALL WCffiK 

GUARANTEED. Budt liaaneing. 

Call Mr. ^annn. 487-7551 w 827- 

95C. '«-» 

■ • ' ^ -^ 



ADDITIONS — MiaataiBn ^Wlb« 
fiba-^affl. atone, aawsti cd ti le. 
fkMlr cewii^ My ^n« oaiiliue- 
tlod: taa estimafctt'Biiii^k 

Const Co. JU %mi\ ju %-imr. 




msm - AiHniioM wt^ 

remodeled, itx^. gidtas. 
(ftjllt. iiiuiiiunrii! mpftrn. ftwl 
Ort i ftiutfl bn . ■ CoBafriay 
^a 5 pjn., «7-3^. 



bUSiNfeS^i a PROFESSIONAL 
> DIRECTORY ^ 



^;(f|0aiG and Heating kapata. 
Haiand fuU b#s co|i}||tete. 
kttcbeas' remadafed. sew^ te- 
stalled; fW free estftnate dfl w. 
W- Wilkinson, 8S5«87. 




BRICKWORK - Ste|s, fu^laces, 
ch^m^'tle^ y^ r^dred; 
Chambei^ MA 741?^ 



MOVIIII0 



mm M^n^NG ar RAllLmG. 
Tvdnty-foiff ho^ a di^. tt^e 
anything. Call MA 5-7930. 



co^iencr ft perfumes 



M«rl« NgniMMi Cqmii^i 

Morte .Norman Cos^Htts AM 
has a studki^ at 2Bnd k Atiaatieir 
Ave. ^hone 420^153. .. S-UHn 



M 




Painting, Roo^, ^ISnpentry 
w(r|: - % (^Bifll M^ma^ 1st 
payaoent 6 months after work is 
fSixk^'^xd. 622-6141 or 62S-6aB2. 



HOME itavrovemcids of all tdnd& : 
ror BFfee eauiitaBBt; swi, «k>w»- 



imiQL^TE^tHIG, reflmahing, t^ 
iaM^i«a(oriag. T«e^y4mr 




VlNEtlAH BLINDS 
BLINDS 



"T — ▼ 

ALTERATTONS — Rejudre a^ 
washng. Call Cari. ^1330. C. 
A. Uadbiad Oi.. W W; itth St. 



•^•^fk 



CONCRETE WORK 

■II I ii«i ■ gill ii I II 

Concr^ jilad^g and WAing; 
custom Wk; Wtte Qaicrcte 
Servica; (^ SINiei. 



CHARLVS L. BUVCKn-oonorete 
w<n-l^ ^^1^, walo^ ^tkw, 
porehesr f# ^atfadaeBi;<^SII- 
flSM. anytlidir " »'I9-tla 




^ ifsed Lumbtr and 
Riding M^ffjuls 

CO., ihic. 

mi 5-^30 



LADBS — Increase jNXff Amafly 

moaay. Serve eustonas fai d^ ef 
North Vo^a BeiKJi wtth popular 
coB^tlcs. a^adta, apieaa, ho|ue- 
hotf products. Choose your fpo 
hours, write Wat|diis ProdiicU, 
Inc., D^. Winona, Mbm. 

' "' IH 16, H t 

. I l l II I 1 - \\ I I I I ! ifc n 



41 Help WaqfwMki* 



o^ftrmliTY FOR m^''^ 

(XJft^^ftlEL 6lL^H»ARIMENT. 
REPLY TO P. 0|. jKff % 5rAT- 
ING^^AGE, EWW|II^ AND 
REFi:RENCES. ni^CAMIQilT 
POSITION. " UWB-tfa 



PLENTY of IxiabilMt ' tticelltat 
o^lpmtunity. Hh^ TWrn^ l^ Bo- 

lu^ plan and o'NK^^'^S^' ^ 
censed or iiriJcg^tf-ji^ ^^ 
Part time — ^drroe, ^^iSnhli^Nil 
and Virg^ ^^ Area. 
Jade C^oss. t«m^ R«al 
ite 60., «te ^ora-fdve. tff 




N^ded - 3 meffThnmediately for 
manager trainee program.' Murt 
be al^Gve and d»eer mBiair 

• ' '^ U-ffltfa 



Ciffl DRIVERS. Swvice aien 'a^ 
oe^xd. No 

$854135 wetii^r- w; pay 
peraflt. Also me re^m rent. Safe- 
way Taxi, tnti'awfe Dri^, 





ne#^ VWltt||jniaAcil|R |^' Ct- 
pori^at^ nv fnenttaL We i^l 
|4r^ an! 1^ y(w if ygt Ima'a 
burahq; dumir uiT gMar^tofnt; 
nation to be mexseaiaL Goodman- 
Sfgafiifttt^, i J^gMei^ial Sates 

paters, 3«a2S2. U-U-Un 



rW the Aoaat fiiiniare upholatat> 
lag and t^mm ^ ^ 

. 1000 \^iginift itaH-iiiileviid: 
F^ ffrtjjmptaa rifbutt and de- 
liy«y. Hew ^'u«a£ fundtan 

fciaala. 

749-tfo 



Uving rooo. ba^boom. 1(itcbaii. 
batb. Convenient to ibii|ipbig, 
c^MVcbea. laundronud. Yacy 
Mdoable yearly roDtaL MBe 
Avenue. Pbooa owner 4MMWU 

^^^ 7.»Wfn 



VIRGINU BOttfi-Cboiea ne^ 
botbodd aaaf "Cavattor ' HsteL 
Quaiot Eariy American brick wMb 
date n»f , in beautifui setting Bm 
(koovos, 2^ batbi eanttt baB. 
..»ier $40;n0. CaH 42MU1 ftmk 
.\tklnsoo Real'Sstate, 5<tfa fc Al- 
lantk: Ave., VbryiQia Beaeb. ^ 



tad biadi. cai 2 terat lioada. m 



•*#■ 



WMT4HM>>iaATE 




110 Apartwnte U^rp. 



END. 2 W^otm Lif ge 

rooms, tile bath, pordi. view d 
oorai. HIO monUily. Kdsey Real- 
ty, m-'m, iMM. la-iMt 



113A HeiitM, mimlslMKi 
or Unfarnltlwd 

NEAR OOEi^. 3 IwdrwftpiB. Pri- 
vate duptsx. CcNivMiknt, ooaq^ com- 
iwt; jaJouaw potdi, firefilace. yard 
parking. Short lease. C^ fi8-8S40 



3 and 4 bedroom. 2 batb. briek. 
Raqch and 2 story taamas. 6.L, 
r.H.A. finandng available. Call 
Anchor Realty aoytiae. 4ai-74& 
Member of MLS and Nl^. l^Mfa 

FUNGCMIear qurity Oureh on 
Gon Brldgi^ Rd. 1bn$e betfroona. 
m ^ bonwt on 2V^ acr^iitaa. 
114^ IQ 1X5,800. 

umsmvmcm mum^ mr 

^gm &ta^ *mf 'btkk 
hgam. Three boAiWM i^tt large 

JXmMX- Oinerof RpttiaRoad 
and Gatewood Ave. Part hsiA. 
Two stay. F, H. A. or Oswai- 
tiomd toan. Low dom payment. 
Mr Deiiaft^-S40«BM, MNSTl, 340- 
8311. ^ l^Hfa 

CLARIFIED D^PLAY 



2 BEDROOMS, IR^ rdd(n, 
fm, kHdien. batb, OxHt 
^ara. Coio^iiei^ to sfa 
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IN SCHOOL 
OF MUSCL 

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Agrictiltural Agent 

E %. "WDf:' COCKRELL, JR. 



You probsirfy have already put anU-freete in the radtator ol your 
car «d other vehicles for the wintw. but this » only part flf the wimer- 

Mag job. 

epwaal attention shcai'd be given the eitire corfhig system, electri- 
011 sy^em, fuel and air system, Wbricatiwi, and tlrea. 

Qxrihig systems AouW be drained and flushed perio<«c»lly. If 
AOm or not is present, a good chemica! ckaner should be used. Oieck 
for lealtt and worn a-Td cracked hoses, and hafve them repaired or re- 

pbeed. . . ^u j- 

See thirt the thennostiat is working properly by renooving the radia- 
tor cap directly after starting a cold engine and seeir^ if Wie water 
is circulating. A good thermostat stops most of the circulatian unUl the 
Mfiine wMins up. H the ei^ine warms to normal opwating tenperatures 
in flbout five rtinutes in *old weather, fte thwmostat is probAly operat- 
ing pr<4>erly. 

Tra^ and dirt should be resnoved from in front of the radiator. It 
iiildio in^wrtiil to k^ the cooling fins of alr-owted aigines clean. 
R^iaoe wqm and dwiaged fan bdts and blades. 

Checked your battery lately. CoH weather puts heavy demands on 
At battffy A a tane wh«i it is l«a^ etticieht. For ejt«nple. at lero 
degrees Fahrenheit, a battery is less than half as efficient as at 80 
d^^es. Batteries diould be kei^ dem. free of corrosion. fiHed to the 
proper water level, and properly charged. A poorly charged battery 
wil frerae. Keq) electrical cohwcUow tif^ fw best resists. 

Spark fAigs and breaker poims need periodic deanii^, adju^ng. 
and r^daconeit for efficiait engine operation. Wien servicing the phi^ 
wd f«*its, be iur» to have the ignitioti tfaning diecked and adjusted 

if aaeded. 

Air filters on tractors should be checked after every 10 hours of 
operatioB. dun air means less wear, better periformance, and (economy. 
U ii also taiportaiU to have the carbiffefor adjiKted properly. An ovar- 
rUi fad mtature causes excesave fuel cou«mpt»n, cr^ankcase oil 
^UytioD. and spai* phi« fouling. A lim mfarture may cause loss of 
power, pow engine p«<ormance, and bamt valves. 

Crankc^e (A ^cuH be chai^wd at th« prc^r lirterval and re- 
Ii^toed viA tfie type that meets your eogiae^ needs. F\orbert resuk^ 
ft to ftoamamAeA ftat (n1 be drained when the ermine is wamt OH 
men imM be serviced and r^laced at recommended intmrak 
Cmksob kA truamlsakiQ fare^rs require p«iodic cleani^ to 
hNp dut Mxt fai^uritiM oiA, aid to aOcMxr neceacarv v«itilation. 

, Wiater washer nquires wpeeok care of tirei. A good tread a<-.d 
ynpa UDatkm ii needed hs goeid tivetion. tf wi^ is used in ^act^ 
tina, |ou seed u Mti^iteca vkMaa to prated Aem i^aiist freezing. 
4h»A mo pouois of cikABn ddnide to eachgalkm of water is satte- 
factor^. 



PERSONAL 

Mm Am Wate. te^ar of 
Mr. and Mrs. .tohn Wi^r of North 
Bay BoK Drive, to a^pectod to 
arrive heme this wariQ^ frwi 
W^ton CoQ^e kt the OirMmu 
holidays. 



The Reverend MiK»n B. WaUw 
«id Mrs. WaltMi have moved to 
Noifdk wbara he has bectmie the 



Aaaad^ Radar ollht Ctovii flf 
Oe hmaim. Be was ^ Md^nt 

reeter tk Gkdflte l^fteq[»l GbiuiA. 

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Mr. and Ifrs. J. S. MoCradem 
md aw Jay have mowd into 
thdr nem home at 801 South %ri- 
gel I^iv^ l^noavm, 

* « • 

Mr. airt Iftt, Wesley Qem mA 
dau^itor, Malodie. of Plantation 
Road, are ipndfai seme thne in 
Ctearwa^, F^vida. 



Don Wiftw Kofto Ar. e( IIS 

North iUaaton Drlv* Wvm of O 
mMdera (tf te IM fM* c'^^t 
for the Nu Si«na Osaptor of m 

fe^Mud anu^ Mmiks M the 
OtSttm of WOVan k U»y. Kotto 
is a (rerinun and a iii^iri>«r of 
Ifae vniUam and iUrf Chair. 
• • • .' 
Raymond PuOe? <d 9* lUchlsid 
Drive has been ^dad t$ \k$ 



RwNB fladity. an hensrigf or* 
m^i^m at tibe IMvanify of 

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Mm^ p. temw d W arid 
%ttag lload is mMai on the 
^bmMa on^us of Soi«bem 
raids tMvar^. 

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lb*, aad Ifri. Battfmin S. 
MetaMB ilNiit itenk^^vtag wM 
her w wjwr, Ifr s. Qeorge WUker- 
sM Ih F^a^nvMe. 



her iOB «d diq^iar^lMr, QA. 
and Ml ftttai itetti to MM- 
m»t, m. Mn. Kartto tmM^ 
fl0w by jH to norida biA iMI rf 
lum to BiftiiiiMi* far C^MRhM. : 



Ifr. nd Ifrs. VHWmh A^deraui 
hara mevad 1m« frcn ^aUi, 
Geor^, an di^ Hvkif on m 
atreet Mr. An^aon ii Oit DlM(^ 
tor of Sriaa of the Hoi«A office «f 
Zerax Ovpntitton. 



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. laaaMwaa ^aaartatlalMl argwda«tioM aawortiinE 

m UitMkJti^^mlttumlm'Dfmvh, Mir ondw war tknoglM 

r.Aa a aiaaitan flPAA^ Board of tHtectora, Mr 




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We can promise that well smile and be pl^aant and hdpf ul. 

Wb ean promise to ha# ooi* ftdves stocked iritii aU t^e things youll need 

Wi <^ promise that if you place your order for your turkey now, . 
we'll have the best bird you ever roasted ready for you when you Want it. 

1^ can promise tliaiho matter what you W at A&P, 

it will be everything it should be qr it won't Cost you a penny. 

And we can promise you one other thing... to keep these promises. 

Is this a good reason for shopping A&P? It's ope of'many. 



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fOR OUR LOW PRICES ON 

A&P TURKEYS 

PUCE YOUR ORDER FOR AN A&P TURKEY EARLY AND 
YOU'LL HAVE TNIE BEST BIRD YOU EVER ROASTED, 
READY FOR YOU WHEN YOU WANT IT; ALSO, YOU WILL 
BE ASSURED OF GETTING THE SIZE TURKEY THAT WHX 
F(T YOUR NEEDS. 



FRESH CHICKEN 



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CANNEtt HAMS 

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SWEET POTATOES 

CATES, FRESH KOSHER 

MIDGET GHERKINS 

ANN PAGE, FINE QUALITY 

SALAD DRESSING 

DH MONTE . . . WHOLE 

SPICED PEACHES 

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MILD & MEUOW (1 LB. BAG . . . 69c} 

EIGHT O'CLOCK 

RICH & FUU. BODIED (I LB. BAG 

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VIGOROUS & WINEY {1 LB. BAG . . . 77c) 

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STOKRY 

FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 tiir 45c 

FRUIT COCKTAIL mt/uu 

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CRANB^Y SAUCE JS!.^ tSSk «« 
GRAPE JELLY w JAM f& S ■& He 
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LIQUID DEimiNT^"& <t^ tik 

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CARROTS 
RADISHES 
TURNIPS 
GRAPEFRUIT 
YELLOW ONIONS 
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CHRISTMAS WREATHS |IJIn>|MI 

,ASORTED axons* PROC^M> 



1000 Amw fiors. bewtt conference VlDcmiA fif^^h 

Vk#tai^lintt| tte 0«w. h$^, Mfie attra^ons «4 Mi mmM fch «ita^_irtth wpiWtkm c<^^ fa » jwir , w.d^.kha acAru wtoniMiA TuiiDonAV r^PTPAAftw i 



. Hon. ten IM 
Vktfetai ^tmUai tte Qo«w- 
^ nor*! CmtmBet oo Natural fieau- 
Afy hm Dataller • mn ^ri* 
teofid to Ft«ii lor psfrans ta 
Ai^ iMmt lyiwiiitlllni ad to 
tke (MMfAMtn^y tet weidd 
piwcf^ tta fl4 aahtfd twaatjr 
Mid UM(ffl(»i mdamMu t d the 



(Siauman Carlisle 
H. Ikaiwiitaa e( wmimMMrg 
termed the WOMt « reAw^i^ 
indkatloD that tte clttoeos gC the 
Camuonwaatt **«« tavn^ileia^ 
fartaretfed in a pro-am of pa^ve 
acticn Oiat irifl keep l^^nia in 



tlM fciifta a t tf 
baai^i iwtofiG 
h(^^^ 

All of Vto^lte'i dttet and B 
of nK cfluflttia wai^ r^ifeaerted 
by etther oHeial driiptai or !■- 
ti'iailaJ #^ f f iw 

The partteiiintB wa« told by 
Govoim' Huttem ini (Ah^ 
j^i^tora that tha rwpnwdNlity tar 
aetioa lay amo^ tte kx^ ptw^ 
arauad tha itate. "Hm Stita can- 
wM hnpoae oatvd beauty," Gov. 
Haniflon nid. "it can ody ii^re 
fc." 

Go^nior H»raoii remtaided hte 



aiMfience ^ Ihe l^^ture idU 



Ml lit vIlHM fiMe Wfport 
and eaattiM Mi ttafa^ inth 
tte opi^ ttMt 'Tedortf aid wfll 
nat brta^lr^ v^av thee ia no 
beat p ai l J i lM^hM W aece^anea. 
T>iim i ia|| |f. jh|mlTW itf ba aa 
oaacfc pifBPwwtfaMiai keid citi* 
xffis deeMnd iN^kn." 

Tlie report ti Vli^a Outdoor 
Reo^tMD %idy CuHMli i Mioi i «m 
(ttseiMad fapr Clommiiaian (Shirir- 
man PliiG^nM Banriaa and a 
pnri of aulterittaa ftwn around 
tha,l%^. Ilie reainmendattaos 
af the cdffiBdairioD ii^hkle a 10- 
yme fn^ma ol dbvdQpR^^ ol 
<Mtdb« Rcreat}<nal fadlitlia tint 



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nto adwrnatie whad wrtiiMa the travel u H>e iiaaHH i that the George WaahtaglM Cowtry Nallaul 
Pwlnray woidd offer the motorist and the to^Mt It woold have oa al reglMW i^ VitglBla. Ae chb- 
pMid Varfewigr aecttsaa w« ihava^teHiadt Ilia Maki aaeded are white. Tke Parkway Iood Mcept is 
to provide a htondy rooto eomw^ttai general wreas of seenie. rooaaaoBal. hWoHe, «id caHnnd 
eat, wWi rmij oppoHnKles hi any seettui for tours of aeaity areas. For butMM<, ttw m s t a iirt 
leave the Parkway tor a tonr la Southwest VlrgiBla. the Valley, SouthsMe, the 



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J wwld cost |M ariOaK ^ &M to 
Mquiritkm d tmA tor » WW 
Mate paries. » d wMA would to 
davekqM m Aa eomiii dcotla. 

Aaothw [Ntiject oxi^ to tor 
(T^ intor^ was te ffo^^ou^ 
Gaarga Vashtagtoii Gouiry i<itf* 
^nal Parkway. C^ge B. Hartzog, 
Jr., direclM- of tiie National Park 
Service, gave an iUustrated talk 
on the hMoric and scoiic to(9 
wid^ wrndd link the GeN^e 
WaAli^^ MamMial Pwrlcwi^ 
wMi the Cokmial Parinvi^ \» 
tWOM Yoffctown uid Jam^town, 
and the Bhie Ridge Parkway ate] 
9[yline Drive. 

Hie {ffqpcsed parkwi^ would m- 
thk a nu>t«irt to make a (^ 
mile "drcle tour" through Vir- 
ginia, starting in Washington. He 
ccwld travel to Mount Vernon, 
^ough the Northern Neck, to 
Ymttown, WlUan^nffg an^ 
Jamestown, thai throu^ the 
Junes River Plantation country to 
Ridumnd, th^ west to the Blue 
Ridge and noHh to Harpers Ferry 
uid return to Washington. Alter- 
nate routes would be created in 
SKxne areas. 

tl^e parkway would jcln by a 
k)w-speed route general areas of 
Keiic, historic, recreational and 
cultural inters throughout the 
Cwnmonwealth. One d the major 
cbjecUves of the parlwajr is to 
{»t>vide travd«^ of^x^tunities frr 
leisurely visits to attractions all 
ova- the ^(e, whether they are 
\ocakeA to the South. SouUtwest. 
Ceitral or Coastal sadlons. 
in additfaM to the cfaaltaigf givm 
by Qovnnor Haniaon to tiie citi- 
zens of the Commonwealth, a Dti- 
zais Comnrittee mi the Vir^iia 
(Xitdo(»- Plm has bem formed, 
headed by ISdmuad T. DeJaroette 
and l^ committee of 90 persols 
win a^;>eariiead the actkm needed 
to coMtoue the momeitwa gabwd 
by the Confo'ffice and Uie varMMis 
{MVip-anu leading tq[> to it. 

Govema' HoriKm set ti^ thane 
lor the oaxt deeadtA^en he para- 
phrased Ite poet Keats to counsel 
that "a Mng of beauty is a Job 




VIRGINIA BEACH, VfRGINIA, THURSDAY, DECEW0ER 16, 1965 

SEaiON c 




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DISCUSSING VIRGINIA'S NATURAL BEAUTY - 
toe ^iMa wtth CarUsle H. Humeiyae of Wllliamsb 
Naterid Beaitfy held In Rtdunoad oo Deceml>er 9. 
euM m Nirt»ral Beauty aad served as leadofi speak 
Seaalar VRiGerald BetniM of Rldunend. chabmaa o 
mtA George B, IlartMg, Jr., dirpctw of Uie Nattonal 
ers. QavwiMr Harrkwn s.N4tt to the 1000 partldpaat 
nron Ml.) 



WUUam H. Wythe, airthmr and con.ervatioB coand- 
arg, chafamaa of the Governor's Confereacc on 
Mr. Whj-te was co-director of Vih'M Hooss Cooier- 
3r at the Virginia Coirfereiice.' Lookfaig oo are State 
f the Vlrgfaiia Outdoor Reereation Study CmmlaahNi, 
Park Servkce, both of wbwn were conference speak- 
s at the coherence taadieon. (AO IdeatifteaOotti are 



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Exchange Club 



, VIRGDWA BEACH - The nejtt 
meethig of '(^ Exchange Clid) will 
be hekl TuoKby, December 21, at 
6:90 p.m., at the ble of Capri. 

Gueat speaker will be Albiii H 
MailhM, executive directcnr of the 
Virginia Beadi Ctonber i^ C«n- 
merce, wno will pre»nt a talk 
and sW Ote film about Virginia 
BeaiJL 



Officers Are Installed 



CAtON VOTED 
¥DC PRES. 



VWGWIA BEAdH - D^. Elert 
Edward T. Ci^m Iws boai dMted 
presi(knt of the Vir^ato B^di 
Ycui^ Democratic Ch^. > 

Csfton was dectod to/^wccMa 
Richard Absalom Jan. 1. He was 
el«rted last we^ at a mleoth^ erf 
the cuU) at the Americmia Motor 
Lodge. 

Shirley Jae(^s was elected first 
vice president, M. L. Eaky WM 
elected second vice presideBt« and 
David Casida was reelected n 
third vice president. Jwfy Brown 
was elected secretary mid K A. 
Culverhouse was elected treaaiorer. 

A. L. Bonney Jr.. Doris Gtsf. 
Earl Tebault. Walter Alford, g. 1. 
Harrington, Patsy Lambert, 3dm 
Strickland, S. E. Waterfiehl Jr. 
and W. B. Hall A-. were ^cted 
to ttie board of directws. Ridbard 
Mt>sal«n was dected otecutivi di- 
recttt*. 

About 65 memben of the You^ 
Democrats Ch^ att^ded the meet- 
ing- 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia Beach Real Estate Board in- 
^died its new officers for 196S at 
Uia board's annual dinna- Tlwrs- 
day, Dec. 9 lA tji^ Princess Anne 
Cwinty Oub. 

Kenneth Jard, outgoing pru- 
dent, introckiced the new ctfficers. 

Those elected to offices were: 
Gwrald Veardun, President; Scott 
Tayk)r, VicrPresident; Winston S. 
Brooks, Secretary; and Bailey 
PKte*. Treasurer. 



Jtan Adams, Kenneth Jard, 

Juanita Dicks^ and Rob^ Wito- 
wri^t will s^e as directors. 

The guest speaker of the evoiing 
was Harland Crowell, state pru- 
dent of the Board from Arlingtcm. 

State exectUive vice^tresident 
WiBiam S. Hc^scm, frcan Rich* 
mend, and Re^onal 6 vice-iH%8i- 
dents Cecil Jones of Portamwth 
ami (Mlwd Council d Ncnrfolk 
were attending guests at the b>- 
stallat^ dinnar. 



Tree Lightii^ 

V<Ir6k«IA BEACH-TIm annuld 
bree-lighting and carol sing ea- 
joyed for many yews part w^ 
again hig hli ght u^ Clirirtroar aaa- 
son f nr the First Baptist Chwrd! 
on Friday evening. Decennbar 17. 

C. W. Tucker and tha Mq^ 
Bible Class wiQ "^a^t" a AJpi 
tree on the laitD and im coMaqr 
and carol sli^ wid UMf^^ 
'Christmas {«geai^ {reaeirtad by 
tile TVai9&g Ihiion. 



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METimiST CHURCH 

|*xtee««i Anne 
R«y R. iMb««. pMtor 

10:00 a.m. — Cksrch School 
ll:los.iB. — ^Horniiiff Worship 



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|IEtH<NOIST CHURCH 

Great Neck Rpad 
LmtLwf OavM, MImmIw 
9:45«.B. — Chttrek School 
11:00 tk.m.—UoFninii WonUp 



(MUKMUAL 
METNCttltt CHURCH 

40y Ftaxt Colootel R<M^ 
INv. H. WMi Carrv, WMm 

9:46 8.m. — €ti«reh St^l 
U:00 a.m.— Morning Wof4^ 
7 :iK) p.m^TMitt PatemlriV 



HAYGOOD MSMOIIIAL 
METHODIST C^RCH 

1718 |]«»oo4 i^ 

9 :45 a.r4. — Chtirch School 
11 :00 p m.-i— Momlnj Worship 



HAYGOOD METHODIST 
CHURCH 

8149 Bayshore Road 

,8:30 a.m., 9 :46 a A. and 11:00 

a.ni. — WOnhip Sairicaa 

9:4& am.— Church School for 

all ace gron^ 

ll:UOa.m. — Second Msaion of 

Church School for children 

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7:00 p.*.-«ltethoA^ Ymith 
FeUowafaip foi young people 
7th, gth und 9th grades in 
Junior High Group and lOtii 
gnuie up for Senior Group. 
Fneadi welcomed. 



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KNOTTS ISLAND 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Knotis Island, N.C. 
R^ert C. Black, Miatater 
lO:aOa.m.— #ttnday School 
1 1 -M ft.M. — W on^ip Service 



BAtLAKC METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at Treairure Island 

lirive in Bfiyaide 
RajraaMid £. Maaaer, Miaiater 

i-M it 11:00 a.m. — Worship 

Service 
9;46a.jft. — Sunday School 

CHARITY METHODIST 

Jitack toy, Virginia 
Lael^ E. iMraM, Miaiat** 
1# s«» a.«, — Church School 
11 :W«.ai.— Morning Wonhli^ 



SALttl MSTHCH>IST 
CHURCH 

Frte^ Aas^ V Jii^bIji 

Efeory S. ElMsore, MuMStor 

10:U0a.m. — Morning 'WonA^* 

11 :00 a.m. — Church School 

7:30pjai. — Youth Fellowship 



COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Acredale — Kempsville 
Rev. John L. Kibler, Jr. 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Woral^p 

7:S0p.m.— Youth Fellowship 

LtMlilMVSN MSTHODIST 
CHUI^ 

■ l^le fleck Rm4 
Rev. Oaear V. Rod*lc««a 

lf:00a.B. — Church School 
ll:M«..m — Mdning Worahif 



■•T. C. KatoB Gfav 
%^i..m. — Early WonJiii 



t«KlES METHCM>IST 
CHURCH 

SiM Vliginla Beach Blvd. 

lev. C. KatoB Gfa; 
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twurvice 
t:«| a.M.— Chareli SelKK>l 
ll;0ft«jta.— I^M Worship 

•^Mi.— YoiiA Fellowship 

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CHUlCH 

Frineeai Anne 
lUy R. J^kaaoi Pastor 

iO:Ma.tti.— poming Worship 
li^«|L'-^ueh School 



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^Vgjji Plaza TraU 
Herbe^^L^oMi. Pa«tor 
ff:4{ra.a.-^-^«Mh ^ool 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Wo«*^ &rvtee 
t.*00pjia. — Tontii FoUowsidp 

ARAACtNA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Now Meeting In Lol^M 
Luxford Elenaentary Spjtool 

N. C. Clifton. Paator 
9 :46 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 •.nu — ^Morning Worship 
6 :30 p.m. — Training Union 
*7 :80 pm.— Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Wed. Prayer 
Meeting 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

|6th St. at Holly Rd. 
H. Wadell Waters, Paator 

9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :flp a.m.- -Morning Worship 
6:Vp.m. — Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 
SMniiHT Services 30 min. later 
May 15 -Sept. 15. 

MUMC^ METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anno, Virginia 
Eiaery S. Elkaore, Miaiater 
10:15 a.m.— Ourch School 
llslgfciB.— Morning Wbrship 



GALILEE EPISCOPAL i 
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EfWEofAL CHURCH 

149 Witch Duck Road, Baysdde 
8:00 a.m.- Holy Communion 
(Except during rector's va- 
cation) 

10:00 am.— Morphag Prayer 
and Sermon (Boly Com- 
munion on 'first Sunday of 
each aionth.) 



EMMANUEt EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

238 Bowman Road 
• 1^. LmhuNI R. CMvei^ Jr. 

8 :00 a.m. — Boly Communion 
10:00 a.m. — Holy Communion 

(Ist A 8rd Sunday) 
10:00 a.m. — Morning Prayer 

(2nd A 4tb Sunday) 
Church School f ollo*s ' the 
10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service is available. 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(EpiaeOpal) 

B. Sldaay Sandora, Rector 

1 :00 a.m. — Hol^r Communion 
9:00 a.m. — Family Service 
mki Morning Prayer 
(Srd Sunday H<rfy Com- 
munion) 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Prayer, 
sermon (1st Sunday Holy 
Communion) 



STAR OF THE SEA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. & Arctic Circle 

Rev. Frascia V. Bambrick 

MASSES 

Winter— 8 :00, 9 :30, 11:00, 

12:15 
Summer — (June *l-Labor Day)^ 
7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10 ; 
11:00, 12:00 k 

Holy Days— 6 :00, 7 :00, - 9^00 

and 6:30 p.m. 
Weekday, winter — 6:30, 8:45 

Summer, 8:45 a.m. only 
Confessions — 4:00 to 6:00 and 
7:p& to 8:00 p.m. Saturday 



ST. MATTHEWS 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

1010 Sandra Lano, Va. Beach 
Fattier* OHara. Father Fiadlay 

Summer Masses — 7:30, 9:00, 

10:30 and 12:00 
Confession each Saturday 4:00 

to 6:00 and 7.00 to 8:00 



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faul K. Mtdrich, faator 

9 :45 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:46 a.ia. — Morning Worship 



TEMPLE EMANUEL 

25th and 3altic, Va. Beach 
Philip Piacva, Rabbi 

7:80 a.m. — Services Mon.-Pri. 
8:16 p.m.— Friday-Sabbath 

Services 
10:09 am. — Saturday Sabbaih 

l^irvice 
8:Mtoa. — Services Sunday 



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FKIiSBYTERlAN CHURCH 
9:30 a.m.— Church School 
Rosemont Road A Plaza Trail 
WoBta J. Millar. MiaUter 
9:45 a.m. — Sunda) tochool 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Church Service 



EMAllUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Bch, 
lU^tk A. Prka, Paator 
til9a.ai. — Sunday Church 
ScImioI 
t9:S9a.Oi. — Worship Service 

(aWMry provided) 
t:S9 p.iB. — Luther Lei^ni* 




EVANGftLlCAL LUTHERAN 
ItttUftCH OF THE 
GOCO SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Road 
„ DiekMM W. Taylor 
l{A.w.Wor8hlp 
,. a.m. — Church School 
ii ;C6 a.m — Worship 
(Icirsery provided) 
6:80 ^Ik— Luther League 

^ SAVIOUR'S 
kUrmUN CHURCH 

ftylake XMnea, Bayside 
iCeanotk'R. Carbaagk, Paator 

8:^a.m.— Wwahip Sn^ice 
AC a.iii.~Chur^ School 
11:00 a.in.— Wffirdl^ Service 
- (Nursery |»ovidfed) 

PRI^ OF PEACE 

luthSan church 

(Miu^uri Syaod) 

424 tings Qnuil Road 

Rot. J. Elaier Hodler. Paator 

8 :00 a.m.-'-Drlptee Worship 
9:16 n^ — SigfiBay School 
and BfBlo Clan. 
10:30 a.m.— Divino Worship 
Holy CommunioD'^-lst and Srd 
Sundi^, 



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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

ay )/]/'( Now aaMtii^ in the King's 
.Q(^, Grant tttmentary School) 
RAyfllOB^ C. Flitton, Pastor 

9:60%ah. — Sunday School 
1 1 :O0 Ml. — Morning Worship 

BATftlDE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Nc*r Robbins Comer 
Rov. St E. Johaaoa, Paator 

9 :45 i^n.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 M(B — Morning Worsh^) 




OCEAJiA CHURCH 
(M? Til NA££feNE 

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THALIA TRINITY 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

ISO Tlialia Roao 
SMb^ D. CraM. MlaliU» 
9 :30 a.m. — Morning Worship 
10:49 Mb-^MnnnA Sei»ol 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHUROI 

Lynnhaven Villagi 
Rar. Marios R. Wobb, Jr. 

9 :46 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:80 p.m. — Youth Fellowshii 
f :30 p.m. — Pioneer Felloirahip 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Aragona Boulevard 
M. Blaad DaAoy, Miaiator 
8 :30 a.m. — Worship A Church 
School 
9:30 a.m.— Worship & Church 
School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship & Chturcl 
School 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th St. 
Jobs S. Lyloa, Paator 
Mr. William D. RuMSl 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
Nursery Service Provided 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell Cool«y» Paator 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a, m. — Morning Worship 
6 :30 p.m.— What-Nota 

Fellowship 

6 :30 p.m.^Pioneer Fellowship 
6:30 pjn. — Young People's 

Fellowship 



CHURCH OF GOD 

620 l4th Streft 

Bobby M* Saai% Pawtor 

9 :4I a.m.->-ilbndat School 

11:09 a.m.--4|omvn| Wor4nf 

7:80 p.m.— fi^eniAf WorslJp 



ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

Virginia Beach Boule^ird 

East Lane — Oceana 
Rev. Sarauol D. Bailor, Jr. 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evangelistic 
Service 



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PENTECOSTAL 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

15th St. and Baltic Ave. 
Elwood Kmt»r Pa«tw 

PRINCESI itfiN^ FREiwiU. 
iA^IST €HURCH 

1415 Oceana Blvd. 
% mile past Oceana Air Sta. 
on right 
T. J. Ttaglo, Pas 
9:4tWB. ^fiy 
11:991.1.--"""^- 



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Laskin Ro«d 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:0.0 a.m. — Meeting for 
Morning Worship 



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8 :00 p.m. — Wednesday 
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ViliCUNIA BEACH 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd., Linkhorn Bay 

ler. Richard WoodwanI, Paator 

9 :45 a.m.— Sundi^ Sfl^ol 

4 :00 a.m. — Morning W(^ahip 

^1:30 a.m. — CUl(|ren's Choirch 

8N)iflp.m.^— EvMling Servtee 



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Creeds, Vli^rinia Beach, Va. 
W. T. Woaror, Miaislar 

10:00 a.m.— Bible Scl^ol 
il :90 a.m. — Mofiming Worship 
6:49 p.m — Youth Vrognm 
7:30pia — ^Evening WorsUp 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 

Roy N. WilaoB. Miaiator 
10:00 a.m.— Bible Study 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :00 p.m. — Evening Wocshig> 



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COMMUNfry CHURCll 

Du^o* Cirdt, Baysidls. Ya. 

9:45 a.m. — Bible School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:80 p.m.— FamUy Night 
Sernce 



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SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN / 
CHURCH 

111 Lbbough Ave., 

Bellamy MMSOr 

Virginia Bepcn, Va. 

R«r. J. Fradarlak Parker 

9t45a.in. — $aMimf School 
1 i :00 a.m. — Morning Wor^p 
ll:30a.nL — Childprens Church 

7 :30 p.m. — Evening Service 

LYNNHAVEN COLONY 

UNIT.BP CHURCH 

(CoBgrogatlOaal Ckristiaay 

Jreat Neck Rd. near Shore Dr. 
Tko Rot. Tko. H. Brittea 
9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Wonhip 
7 :30 p.m. — Pilgrim 
Fellowship 
Nursery for smidl olUldren 



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LASKIN ROAD AT BnXTOP 

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PEMBkOi^ MAN^ 
UNITED CHURCH of CHMST 

(CoBgrogatioaal Chriatiaa)^ 

Meetings in Pembroke Manor 
Elementary School 
Rev. Cari T. Ihiye 
9'J9a.m.— Cltirah Sdu>ol 
10 :89 a.m. — Warship 

Nursery at all servicaa 



OCEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY 

U37 VIRGINIA BEACH BOULEVARD 



VIrgUa Beach. Vfrgtada SMS 
NO An>(MNTMENT NECESSARY 



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Oceant 
Rot. D. f*. FolMlB, 

9 :30 ajBW^undM 
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DIAMOND SPRINGS 
CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

Dtaciploa of Cbrlet 
67M W. Hatai Boad 
G. DiTMi Sh raOeia, Paator 
9.4.5 mMi — Wo|^^ Service 
9:45a.in.->-SH^iaf School 
lt;00 tumr—Wdim^ Service 
6 :S0 p.m. — Youu ?3ro«|^ 

BAYSil>E CHRISTIAN ' 

CHURCH 
' (CoagragatiioBal) 
Shore Drive & Green«^ Road 

Barl lu Fmn 
9:45a.ll.— Wo 
9:45a.M^-^i 
li :00 a.m. — ^Woruup 

WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

John B. Dey I^n. 



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sm vntoiNu ikach blvd. 

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~ 14S0 Pltttrart Hooaa Bd. 
JSMM V. DdT**, PulM- 

8:S0*JB. — Wer^p SctHm 
U:00ft.ai.— Wonhip Sertjc* 
»:S0 4 10:10 •.n. Saaday 
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8:00p.Bi.— ETtalnf S«rvic« 

PRINCESS ANNE HJiZA 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

245 RoMmont Read 
R*v. Md^a Hafhac, Pastor 

11:00 4 7:30 p.m.— Wor^p 
StnrieM 
9:80 a.m. — Sunday Scbool 
6:lfip.m. — Training Union 



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•8U V*. UmA Ilv4» Norfolk 
Wtmd M. Farfai, Pa«l«r 
9:4i«JB. — Saadtey School 

11:00 a.m.— Mwrataf WoraUp 
6:S0p.m..— FaUomadp I^ar 
7 'M p^. — ^Evttoi^ ' 8arvi<M 

GftACB BRETHREN 

CHimOl 

Gr«at Naek al Httltop 

A. IfoaaM Aii lagt aa . Wma^m 

10:00.ftjn.— Snadav Setool 
ll:00*.m.— Wonhq^ Servitt . 
7i80i»ja^ — Ivanhit Saiwica 
MOUNT OUVE 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
Rav. T. M. Walhar, Pastor 
9:S0a.«. — Ckvnh Sthool 
llKJOajB.— Moraine WorAlp 
7:80p.ai.— Eraning, Worship 

OAK GKOVn BAPnST 

CHimCH 

Back Bay. Vtrginia 

AMa St. CMtt Pastor 

9:41 AJn. — Chvrch School 

ll:00a.n. — Morning Worriiip 



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BLAOtWATER BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
Rav. Ri^ph L. Hora 

10:Ma.ni.~Sanday School 
ll^a.ni — Morning 'WiH^ip 
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TABERNACLE METHODIST 

CHURCH 

I^acaia Arnie, Vtrpnia 

Rohwrt H. Garaar, Miaistor 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 

ll:Ma.ia — Momi^ Workup 



VIRCINIA BEACH 
MBniOOIST CHURCH 

t07 - I8th Street 
Rov. BoTorly Folty 
8 :S0 UmL — Worahip Serrioa 
SlMMBer Mon^ 
9:45 %.m. — (%iireh School 
11:00 aJB. — Worahip Ser^ca 



BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Greaawall Rd. A Lakeview Dr. 

Bayslda. Va. 

Rav. Datid Moero, Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:45 p-.m. — Evening Worship 



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1225 W. 25th St. 



JOHN'S BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

PrincMi Anna Court House 
Rot. Broco B. PerUas, Pastor 

10:00 a.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6 :00 p.m. — B.T.U. 
7:00 B.m. — Evening Worship 
LONDON BRIDGE 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
London Bri^, Virginia 
C Edward Hagkas, Pastor 
8 :80 a.m. — Morning Worship 
9 :45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. — ^Tralntng Union 
7:80 pjn. — ^Evening Worship 

FREEWILL BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

■ In Pitnceas, Virginia B^ach 
1418 OCEANA BOULEVARD 
Air £^atioa on right 
T..J. Tingle, Psstor 
9:4Sa.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :46 a.p. — Worship Service 
7:80 p.m. — Evenine Servico 
KEBIPSVILLE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
rm PrkMCM Aaae Rd. 
Cbai^ H. Jeaei, Pastor 
9:30 a.in.— Smday Sdiool 
ll:00a.m — Morning Worahip 
7:30 pjn.— Evening Worship 



THAllA METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Pine Ave. ft Va. Bch. Blvd. 
WaUaas L. Asher, Paster 

9 :45 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:45 a.a. — Worship 



FOUNDRY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Va. Bch. Blvd., Lynnhaven 
WillUn H. Acosts, Miaistar 
g:4Ca.m. and 11 a.m. — 
services 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
6 :30 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 



KEMPS VILLE f 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

620 KemiMville Rd. 
J. ' L. Coppock, Psttor 
9:40 A.M. — Sunday School 
11:00 A.M. — Morning Worship 
6:00 P.M. — (Second Sunday) 
Youth Feltnwshliw 
929 First Colonial Road 



JONG'S GRANT 
BAPTST CHAPEL 

Meeting in 
Kinpton ESSnentary Schod 
W. GlMB l^dlaBl, Paatar 
9:« a.m.— Sunday Schod .* 
11:00 a.in.— M«tiing Wor^ip 
S:4S pjn.-£vening W«'sh4> 



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OF INTEREST TO YETS 

ByfflOIIMA.MQOn. 

Ana niaelar. DMriaa al WW Vai- 
waH* flsliiu. TiiimiMTfiumi af 
Vkflila, RiMa m, Vnl w ut t m rn l 
Arti Baildhig, Nsffe^ Vk^da, id 
142 ,W. Yaik pirect. \ 

Veta-ans recoiUy dudMU^ 
(ram the Armed Faroes, who re- 
quire tanmediate car for &aWtties 
am)8r«iUy incurred in lervice, 
may now be entifled to both <wt- 
patieiA treatment and luispitaUza- 
tkm from the Vegans Adminis- 
tratioD. 

The Veterans Acbninistratim has 
Uberaltod its ral^ to ,^ow med- 
iai and dental treatmoit at uiy 
of its clinics as weH as care in 
aiqr sf its hosfiitals. as needed, 4ir- 
Ib^ the poiod required for a vet- 
eiw to establish ttiat his (fisiri^lity 
was seance incmred. 

In an anergaicy. a recently 
dischvged v^eran awaiting adju 
dicatiiHi of his clabn to connect 
his injuries to his servke, may 
<^tain care at non-VA facilities at 
VA expense, when VA facilities 
are not available. However, the 
veteran should rem«ri)er that 
{M'ior approval of the VA is neces- 
sary in aich cas^ ? ^ 

Veterans with six months or 
moi^ active duty, who were dis- 
charged or Yel^sed with an hon- 
orable or general disdiarge, may, 
if a{^licatlon Is made within six 
months from date ctf discharge, be 
eligible for iKtspitalization or out- 
patient treatment while waiting 
adjudication d their claimed dis- 
i^ilities. 

I 

'Ihe out^Mtient medical, dental 

and h<»|)italizati<m privileges cease 
Hnmediately when the VA Ad^di- 
cation Board denies a veteran's 
claim that his disaMlity was re- 
lated to his military service," tfie 
VA said. 



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THALIA LYNN 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va, Beach. Blvd. adjoining 
Princess Anne High School 

Rot. Robort N. WolUco 
8:30 a.m. — ^Morning Worship 
9:30 a.m. — Svnday School 
1 1 :00 a.m — Morning Worship 



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FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

419 Glenrock Road, Norfolk 

Rot. Charloa T. Hondrkln 
9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a Jn. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — ^ening Worship 

FIRST COUONIAL 

BAPTIST CHMRCH 

Goorgo T. StalUafa, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— -Sunday School 
10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Tr^ning Union' 
7:80 p.m. — Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m. — ^Md-Week service. 
Wednesday 



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GREGORY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 Vinginia Beach Blvd. 

Rov. FUviaa Yoliako, O.S.B. 

Rot. PasdMl Kaolp O.S.B. 

Maaaca— 6:80, 8:00, 9:30, 
11:00 and I2:.t0 




Abman kppt^ltk^ BMm W. 
Clarke, V^. mm of Mrs. Wn^ 
W. Clarke of Rt. 2. has ^adualed 
fran the Aviation FamttarteiAieB 
School at ttie Naval Air Tadmicid 

Training (^ter, Itemphis, Ton. 

• • * 

Dr. Howard D. KiAui has accept- 
ed an a[^iiMn»rt as a B«id}er 
of the "400 Oub" in ccimectiaii 
wit hthe 43rd Arawal Swrt ioaatorn 
EdiK-atiwud OMW'eii ef 0|]^ia»try 
to be held in Atlnta. Ik. Ktim 
has practiced at l^rgbiia Beach 
since 1991 sand is pn^aHf tervmg 
m premdat si the Vb^^ Op- 

(ooietric Aa9odiAi<n. 

• • • 

Marine Chief WarraM Officer 
Chtfl^ A. LawroKK. son «| Mr. 
and Mra. James T. Wallah of 
5149 Proviiknce RmmI, and hos- 
band of the former Miss Louise G. 
White of Ches^jeake. is sa-vh^ 
with the 2nd Marine Aireraft Wing, 
at Marine Corps Air StaUai, Cher- 
ry Point, N. C. 

Seaman Dale E. Favero, USf. 
son of Mrs. Juanita J. Favero of 
1331 Pleasure House Road, is at- 
tending the Fle^ Sonar School at 
Key W«t. Fla. 

« * « 

Marine Gimna7 Sergent B(M>y 
H. Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nw- 
man P. Scott of 5484 Parliament 
Drive, is serving witii Marine Wing 
Headquarters Group— 2. a imit e^ 
the 2nd Marine Aircraft W»n«, at 
the Marine Dirpa Ah- ^tion, 
Cherry PoiiH, N. C. 

Marine Lance Corporal William 
H. McMillian. son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Walliam H. McMlian of 910 Dela- 
ware Ave., h an aircraft mechanic 
with Detachment "A" of Marine 
Medium Helic(^ter Squadron 161 
which operates out of a strat^ic 
airfield at Qui Nhon, Viet Nam. 

• • / -0 .*.-\i 

Army Pvt.'Ray L. Sct^. son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Newell S. Scott, 2fi5 
Plaza TrdU, is serving with the 
inter-An^rican peace force in the 
Dianinican Repdblie. 



Diaald R. AsImt. aw «f Ifr. 
■od Mrs. Wnm Mm of 
SMlold Ava.. tea tea 
to almwi to the U. S. Air Foree 
at HooMitoad AVB, F!a. 

Avmn AAew li a imAetf Hp- 
{dy qiecialist to a unit Aat hir> 
otthes flwdkal aervkes ta Bagfert, 
of the Strategic Air Comnnd 
Russian of kMfdag tte Mtfia'a 
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COMPLIMENTS OF 

Pic's 31st Gleaners 

l^i«Wa^BMeh Hii^ Schod BasketlNdl Sdie&ik 

IMS-fS — Home Games 

Friday. Dec. lO-Bayride High Sdieol 

- Tteeday. Dec. n-Prtace« Aaae Hlgii Scheel 

Friday, Jan. 7-Deep Creek H^ SdMNd 

FHiajr, Jan. 14-^laniy,Higb Si^Mol 

Satarday. Jan. 22-Craddeck Higi| Sdwoi 

IMay. Jaa. 2S~Kellam Bl^ Sekeel 

Fridity, Peb. 4-Narview High Sdieoi 

FHiay, Feh. U-Osear &nMi 10^ SdMol 

Taesday. Feb. 1»-F. W. Cox High School 

^25 Utkin Road 

Opfioiitt Colonial Store GA 8-2801 



Pageant Set 
Sunday 

VIRGINIA BEAOH-The Christ- 
mas pageant of Uie church school 
and Y. P. F. d Galilee Epfecopal 
Church will be presoited Sunday, 
Decorfaer 19 at 5 p.m. 

Ihe pageant will be a capdle- 
li^Jt Festival d Lessons araKCar- 
ols. Directed by Charles Oliver, 
assisted by Mrs. George AldrWge 
and Mrs. Wititier Frank, it will 
present the Nativity tableau, ai- 
acted by children of the Suirfay 
SdHwl, with narration of the 
Christaias story, and carpling by 
Uie children's choirs and adult 
choir. 



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Airman 3/c Edgar C. R<^bs»n 
Jr.. sen of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. 
K(^tn%n pf 222 Rauntree RokI has 
be«i selMtod fen* tecfairioal train, 
ii^ as a c(»nmunicMi<H»"eIeetraii' 
ics speciah^ at Lacklauid AFB, 

Airman Keeley C. Backus m. 
so not Mr. and Mins. Ke^ C. 

Backus Jr. of 633 Jacqueline Ave.. 
hm been selected for training at 
Qianute AFB, lU., as an Air Force 

idrcndt maintenance apedaHst. 

« a * 

Airmm John H. Dams m, son 
ot Mm H. D@Bds, n, of 1417 
Canriyn Drive, has been selected 
&H- traiiHi^ at ShqifMrd AFB, Tex. 
as OD Air F(»xre susbm^hBi ^w- 

cialist. 

a ♦ • 

• Airmm Jama A. Jorden IB, son 
d Wt. and Mrs. Jetoas A. S»6m 
Jr., of 46Q4 Hermitage Road. h«i 
been ^ected for tedmicd trabi- 
ing at Lowry /^B, Cok>., w a 
U. S. Mt Force ffircra^ w^ifxna 

systems specialist. 

• * a 

Seaman RecruH \^Ii«ni E. m- 
Eesay, VSS, »» d Mrs. Jean W. 
ytcOmry d 1904 Charla Lee Lane, 
has qndo'^me two weete of acthre 
Naval Reserve Basic Train^ ift 
the U. S. Navid training Cef^or, 

Great Lakes, Bl. 

• * ♦ 

Seanan Hecnat Harry W. Levett 
Jr., USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- 
ry N. Levett of 5004 Virgil Street, 
has undergone two wedks of acthre 
Naval Reserve &isic Trainii^ at 
tl» U. S. Naval Trainnig Center, 

Great Lakes, ID. 

• * a 

Marine Secwid lieirtenant Pat- 
nck G. Mitchell, son d Captam 
and BIrs. Sanmd G. Mitch^, USS 
(ret.) of 917 Bobolink Drive, was 
a member of the 1st Battalion, 3rd 
Marine Regiment. 3rd Marine Dl- 
vi^on. whidi departed Viet Nam 
recently for traxisfer haxk to the 

United States. 

.a a a 

Area soricem^i vi^ pifftidpat- 
ed in an internattonal exircise 
called (^)erati(» Tiargame in in 
the central Mediterranean esxi on 
the island ol Corsica rec«itly wwe 
Marine Pvt. l/c Thomas B. Bri- 
ley, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. TlKHn- 
as B. Bril^ of 473 Lineberry 
Road; Airman James F. 9ww, 
USN, sm of Mr. and Mrs. WOlimn 
H. 9iaw d 5700 Pwjtiac Roai; 
Marine Private l/c Dennis W. 
Dickson, son <tf Mr. and Mrs. WB- 
lard B. Dickson of 429 Baklwhi 
St.; Disbursing Clerk 2/c Billy it. 
Mcbm^. l^N, son d Mr. and Mrs. 
D. H. McOird of «08 CkMiesti^ 
Road; and Airman Jdm W. Go^ 
lett, Jr., USN, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John W. Goofett of mA 
haeAxa Brid^ Boad.' 



Ge(»^ D. Harrti. S. «^ei« pn* 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. PhOBp C. l^»^ 
amy. live at 530 LAe Dr.. was ' 
commissioDed a second UaulpDA 
b) the Army tHa beim jptiiuttd 
htm the Officer CanddUe School 
at the ArtiOery and MissUe Ceai' 
ter. Fort Sll, OUa., July 8. 

Ihfr SS^wedc <xm», desigaed lo 
prepare the men for MiDet AMts 
in field artillery units, taeMad 
training in conumni^tions, 4ec- 
hronics, curfcined mnta tactics 
and ntap and aoialjgnto rt^Uag. 
L^ader^ prq>ar«Ri was also 
a major part d Vob oonktAn. 

lieuteiant Harris entared the 
Army in April 1963. the liait«D^ 
was graduated fr^nn Grafll^ High 
School. Norfolk, in 1900. 

-, " • ' • • '* 
Boatswain's Mate SeoMn fhora- 
as J. Montague, l^N, sen of Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles J. Mdnta^ o( 
4813 Broad %eet, b attain 
Yeoman Class "A" School at UJ. 
Naval IVaining Center, Bidnbrklgs, 
Md. 

. ■' f • • 
Aiitnan Dmild F. Hoop Jr., aoo 
of Mr. and Mrs. DonaU F. Boup 
of ffi3 Raff Road, has been select- 
ed for training at Keeslor MFB, 
Miss., as an Air Force cooamui^ 
cations-dectrcmin speciidist. 



Dieodore D. Mays, son of Mn. 
Marie V. Mays of Myerstown. !^ 
was recoitly promoted to i^ 
sergeant doting ceremmies at FbH 
Story. 5gL. Miqrs is an i^nfa^ 
traUve auperviaw tai the U. S. 
Army Suj^rt Ekment. 

• a a 

MartK Private 1/e WSkm P. 
Lawrence, son <tf Mr. md Un. 
Ewly Lawroice ol Rt S, b senr- 
Ing with LaadlDg Force MeAte^ 
Iboard die attack 
FntaxA, eurr^l^ 
operating with the Sixth Fleet fei 

t^ Mediterrao^n. 

• ♦ a 

Foot kwal men have ben tt 
kcted for U. S. Ah- Force tecfaal. 
cal trafcai^ courats after eaafkt 
12^ basic nditflry bribiim at Lack* 
land AIB, Ttx, *Sbt^ are Ahpun 
3/c David R. Kera. aoo of lir. 
and lbs. Besoard J. Kera of fMl 
Deerfi^ Lane, irtw wlB be trabed 
as a cumiiunleat fcMM WUeg ^ec- 
iaUatdtSlKppiii4Af«,7eSL; Ak^ 
naa 3/^ HidiMl R. C^imer, son 
of Mrs. iBtan^ A. Fepitroi of ua 
W. Berjy dr«le. to be Maed m 

iaiist at Kaedor AV8, lOss.; Atr 
maa 3/c Wa^ae A. Mor^.soo af ' 
Mr. and hfrs. Rartk E. Iforey «t 
741 HoUaday Laae. irfl mead Urn 
metals rep^ q^eddtat omm afc 
MomcSki AFB, 'I\bc.: and Airman 
3/c WaltM G. IffllK^. sen of Mr. 
and Mrs. Ais«|ih W. lUB^ Sr.. 
ctf SB& itaeodnt Roai vdB lA. 
teod the statistioa data apedalist 
course at l9M(p|ttnl AI^ Tex. 



Pvt. Charles S. BiMiqr A*^ 
wh(»e falser Uvei ai m C^aes* 
keQ3|> Road, recently eeih|d^ed 
tra^ig as a mmamer at tin 
Arn^ ArtiUory and Mfai^ Col- 
ter. Fort Sill. Okla. 





Army SgjL. Ernest A. 
s(m <rf Mr. and Mrs. Idinvd B. 
Rogers of 5021 Br<»d Sttm aod 
other members of tte ^fft &B^ 
dear Battalioo have bees 
mended by U.C(d.N.C. 
battalkn commandor, lor ttdir 
wwk in citts^ructiig a float bridge 
«a<06s the i&ine Rirar hi oih 
many. 



Marine (kmmry ^rgeaot Laraie 
P. Robartson, smdMr. saA Ifira. , 
GiQr Rflbertran, ki stfvhi^ irttfc 
l&urine Attadc Squadron 39^ a wit 
of flie 2iid Marine Aircraft ma$, 
at the Marine Corps Air Statiai^ 
Qimy Pdnt. N. C. 



Ahmaa Douglas E. F^ows. sob 
(tf Mr. and Mn. Ernest A. Fei- 
laws of ^ Bamboo Iflae. im 
been ^e^ed for teekpical tni^ 
mg at Keesler AfB, Mtes., at a 
U. & Air F»ce 
qwdalat. 




Privi^ l/c Ifeiy^ J. 
Ky^ftj inPi SOB ft Mf. nd Mn. 
Bmaj fUntamm d im TmieA 
Road. Is ssrvttg OB the Mt «l 
Omnae^ Candor ItiMtt JMr 
wMA is dqdoyed Aoild tlai 0- 
iack drcraft aotier US Psnsih 
t^ 






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Old fiMi Neck Bd. 
Ctt Itery Point Rd. .. 
Old ItorrU La. . .. ... 

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ffllve Rd » 

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(MvlBr Dr. N fc S ... » 

0Uv«1 Or. »LiL .!• 

Oi^mpia La. Si 

aiaaha Rd. • 

dnoMUip Rd a 

Opal Ave C 

Oriole Or. fc St « 

Qrtm^ I^. ...•....«••• "B 

00^ 62 

OtoM Rd E, N. S ft W S 

Outer Dr. ««^(«<f» • • 82 

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Paiote Rd © 

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Priadin Dr • 52 

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Plover Pi. SI 

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Re^ncy Drive SI 

Regina La. ...K 

Ronus La. ..»..'. 82 

Rem Dr. ,.,....^.,.......'. ...... 82 

Reub^i 54 

Revere Point Rd. ft W . A . . . . K 

Reynokfc Dr. ". 55 

Rkrfiard Rd. 82 

RichardKin I^ 55 

RidJand Dr 88 

Riddle Ave. ..,.,....,,. i53 

Ridge Rid 61 

BidgeEn4Rd.&N. ^M 

Rktman Rd. 56 

Ritz Craft Dr. ..."... 62 

River a. & Rd^ 54 

River Point Rd. 54 

Roanoke Ave ......S5 

Robbins Ct. ft La. 52 

Robens Rd 52 

Robin Dr 54 

Rochelle Rd. 56 

Rockbridge Rd. ...' 55 

Rockwell La ^ 

Rodin La 55 

Rodrigues Dr K 

Role La ■.. 51 

RojBiney La. 55 

Rondeau St 62 

Rope La 52 

Rose La 51 

Rose Hall Dr 54 

Roselyn La 53 

Rose Marie Ave 62 

Rosemont Rd. & St ffl 

Rothesay Rd. 51 

Rouse Dr , 62 

R3yal Oak Dr 56 

Royal Palm Dr 52 

Rudee Ave. ..., 51 

Rudder Rd. S3 

Rudyard La 53 

Rumford La K 

Rundel La 52 

Runnymeade Circle 52 

Rust Dr. 55 

Rutland Dr ^. 54 

Rutherford Rd *l. 55 

Ryland Rd 65 




STATE TRAVEL Dl'flSUaPMENT AGENCY RWIWJANIZE0\ 

Marvin M. Sutherland (rifht). Director, Vtrftaia I>«P*«^«* •* Ca»«^^»d JBm^j^ 
DeTelopment, confers with aides ooi>o«rntntthe*ae<iit ^^^J"^^ ^f^ ^^l f™l^ 
Relations and Advertisitie. Sutiierland aaUl «h* r«orfsmsa«on irtU «iv« -m £"^ 1 i***y 
strwifth for enlarged travel devslopwBrt saH*»a. Irntt to Riftti '8o|w ■■ 5S'*'S*^i5! 
has takm the new position of Aaststeiit QjdimisrtoMfr-^dvertisinff; J. Stuart TOtv^ W« 
the DlTlsion as Commissioner; WUBite V. Airaold dtaadhiif ) , pronwted^to A««»t3oinini^ 
slonei^Promotion, and Mrs. JIargaret Sirttar, vnmoM to the zmr pomm A SiVOTdMr of 
Inauirios. _ „_ - 




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Man \ti milltait at M «^ NISI 

f^td ba nmm^ » mi M 

could win ona of I W H« 

(Mmt #awar la^ piMb g| 

EntariWfir. FHI o««i» •«• ^L^ 

tv «Mm Maw and Mh MM 

It in to ut to^, Eitfir m _^ .-. ->. 

^ftanasifOttWlsli.«ntf^ KSUS 

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Social Sec. 
Office Hoars ^ 

!«K^{FOLK — The Norfolk So- 
cid Seoffity Office is extradii^ 
its office hours until 9:00 pjtn. 
ead) FYiday and until 12:30 p.m. 
m Saturday, it was annmioced re- 
cently by Mr. J. A. Morrison, Dis- 
trict Managa-. This is in addition 
to die regidar office hours (tf 9:00 
to 5:00. Then- ^wdal telephme 
nimiber Is 622^281. 

Iliese special hoars are for tiie 
purpose of extending the faciliti^ 
to the many individuals who are 
unable to transact their business 
durii^ the regular hours. Tliis per- 
tams partiOTiariy to thwe peqile 
w^o are ffi years of age and over 
and stUl working and unable to 
contact tN (^ce during, regular 
office hours. ..^^ ^wV* 

It is essential that the people 
over K years <rf age are still work- 
ing who have never fil^ a claim 
for b^i^its shwld do so imme- 
diately. TTiis is their only means of 
obtaining the free hospital msur 
ance coverage under Medicare and 
an opportunity to elect medit^l in- 
surance coverage. 71k m^ical in- 
surance j)rovisions provide for re- 
hnburs^nelit of doctor bills and 
certain other expenses incurred 
during an illness. ' 

In addition to thise .persons, 
there are maiy other p!^>i:de af- 
fected by the ^nendments tp the 
Social Security A<^ who ^Iso are 
ufiable to cwitact the office during 
regular (Aice. hours, lie various 
dianges in the law, in additton to 
Medicare] make it necessary that 
the person contact the (^ice. Mr. 
Morrison urged all personis 65 
years d age and older 'to iirane- 
dijitely contact jthe office if th^ 
have never fifed a claim^^or bene- 
fits or had at one time filed and 
hot been pai(| because tiiey had 
not forked long enough in employ- 
ment covered 1^ -law. He stated 
th^re were many widows who 
could now qualify en their de 
ceased hui^Ktnd's account. 



$AIU» OF THE Wm 



VXROINIA HEACS - Leivis D. 
Center, Air <3ontrolman Firat Ctoss 
has be«i ^adsd as l^val Ahr 
^tion Oeena's "Sailor of the 
Uroth'' for the month#f Decon- 
berlH. - ^ 

Center, vbo is attached to ttie 
Air Trirffic Cootnd DMsto, ms 
nomlndlBd i>y Cdr. C. C. Moft-at- 
nie. Afar Operates Officw. tsA 
sdected by 8 board of sentor Chief 
Petty Offioav fnxn aboaard the 
statkio. 

Described as being an "extroi^ 
ly capd)le petty office- and Ah* 
Cootrofantfi,'' Cei^er has attended 
numerous N«^ wdieols c(»c^n- 
mg the Air (Tontrdtoan rathig. 
Since ^t«ihg the Navy, Center 



has advaoeed fai a rainknum 
fflnouat fk time. 

IMttng from C^istin, Texas, (^Sr 
tor now itskies to the Vh-ginia 
Beach area with hk wtfe, tbe im- 
mer JanI Lucas d F^^evilto. 
NcMHh^kiAia. 



ilrJena P-TA 

SAYSEpE - Aragona Etomoi- 
taiy S(^l ^wiDt-Teadia^ Asso- 
ciation ladO v^ Tuesday, Decem- 
^r 21,^ 2:» pm 

A 4fa|ittm88 progran will be 
I»<es6A«i %i the studaits umler 
th^ dira<^ion of Mk. Glasco. 

BftfreMnaAs wfll be served. 



0«T TO SEA 




U ywir ^^bfa personal prO(ii% Maif^«Ma%tt, 
aamo^M or stolen would you b» "out to aia" 
financially? A r^ri 'We iirv^' %, 'Mu^Mlslke 
this h an ^tna Casualty 'Ml ffcb" 'Parsor^ Arti- 
cIm Hootw. It can cover (iratficlffly ?lH your.psr- 
sonal property against prddkR% a^ ;h«KO^ 
, 4A home or awayl 



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KELLAM- EATON 

Ituuntha CsmpUif 

8111 WCIRC AVE. - VtRONIA BEACH 
4^-9161 

M06^ fWNCESS ANN! HO. - tXH fWBL 

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HARDWARE - BUrLDING MATERI 



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One dfl^thaf sail. 




\ > PtaUm Wk h!ht, ProUem With Girl 




^ w^^». Ihe first is 

mf ttifher ttto Uke he It 

fiiflf «id tte nejrt 

m% « ai Mn^ «s he can 

i^^sHn M ^ «. 11^ M> 
m^0m ^ tiutt mn k 



she is thnee ^eK» younger thian 
I am tsA is a<^ allowed to date. 
H<nr can I taUc 1^ parents into 
lettkig bd^AiU? She is very 
mature d«r Imt a^, both physi- 
€iU^ and mentdly tshe's 14) and 
I ^bfadc ite ought to be able to 
4alab Witt €aa 1 do ab(»t tbii?" 



OUR REn^Y: Any explana- 
tion of why your father seems 
friendlier on certain days than 
at other tim^ in merely conjec- 
ture. There are several possibil- 
ities. One is that on his "un« 
friendly" days he is really ab- 
sorbed in some weighty problon 
and is not aware that he seems 
not so friendly as usuail. If be 
U dl^liNued with you for some 
]»ason, he would most lilttly td] 
^1 ao — and why. 

Ifon will certainly not please 

your parents — or those of the 

girl — tf you make too much of 

an affoct to solve the problem 

^ ^attaig a girl three yea» 

young^ than yourself (and only 

14 at that) when ho: parents do 

not allow her to date. Yoii'd he 

much wiser to accept things m 

ihey are. If you (»n^ wsoi^ 

then you hdve a lurobhm. 

U fott li8T« « tosBos* {n^dcn jmoL 
wobI to diieiiM. or on oaMnoHw ft» 
mak«r oddraM your ktttr to FOl Mw 
ABOUf TESfAOEIS. (^mKOmtt MBi 
^pMUi PKiS iSKVICfi. flMCS- 
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reason art aH" 

One of me tfrel 
"change-of-llte" 
denier signals 

No wonder a woman feels lilM 
crying! The suffocating ausge 
of hot flashes one minute; cold, 
clammy perspiration the next 
can make a woman wonder 
"What's come over me!" 
Change-of-life panic sets 
nerves on edge, fills her with 
fear! 



Proven help! Wonuudmrnr 

woman in doctors' Ytstt got 

ramaritabia relMif,MM hot 

flashes, nervous wmlDns! 

Some women worry themselves 
sick; some women do swne* 
thiiiK about awesome change- 
of-life symptoms. Thouaanda 
have found that Lydra E. 
Pinkham Tablets helped them 
as dramatically, as quickly as 
this gentle medication has 
helped other ^yomen. Not A 
new, johnny-come-lately rem- ^ 
edy, but a tried and trusted 
"friend".. .to relievi|. func- 
tional mid-life complaints... to 
relieve woman's burden of suf- 
fering ! Get Lydia E. Pinktaon 
Tablets t{^y. 





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Vareril Ml aa^««k4llsfato Kinm flMra. Our (taifMHiqr 

ywa iliiiliiBllliwiU ofTwawfari Chtef H<attigOHa»oaiN«<heNat^ 1 
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DecmberSI, 196S 




IE. BONNEY COMPANY 

P.O. iOX 7027 
iACK BAY-VIRGINM\ BE^H-PH. 426-5855 




HenroyC BoushandBuleStiWli 
NORFOLK 2203 East UtUe Creak Road 
PORTSMOUTH 3520 High Straat 
VIRGINIA BEACH 3201 Pa(^ Avenue 
VlRlilNlA BEACH 3S29Vb|)nltBaichBoylii«i 





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tb eart fair Hi ^ hoeae, /ou 
AmM Arf^ to idtfMin |Mip.f r 
faire frgRi n cbp-eM to ?S c^ 
|ra9 nte-eiMt, aod always re 
tea tte ftosx^aft Mtttag at 
al|^ naoe tba potaiettta in M^ 
tl^ (tatt nrf ittrvct Hrii) «rf 
iA«« tta ak is MA too dry. U 
{iaead ta a windoiv, the ^«A 
i^mM ba rcmotred at ni^t If di«t 
is ^tanglr of diilttng. Son mixtee 
shedl ba naMafaied at modevia 
Md upVuttu la? ih, neMier too wat 
nor toe diy. Hk avtfage laq|th 
of Uia In tfM hona ii 2 to I waeks. 

I^)Iii^Mm va aoidtlve ^ai^ 
mi becioaa th^ 4o not gat prep- 
ec cara oftn £aai^oiat pe<H>lc. 



4mI«M |r too iMnt tem- 



Virginia SmcH AIN/1^fMlay, Dwmv^s^ ^« 19«5 

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ATTORNEYS 
MEET 



B10HIM3MD - T%a ^iat meet- 
|hg (rf tta tefMative mA e»eu- 
^ eon^ttlaai ^ the Cotatatm- 
.wealth Attoman Aworiatten «l 
^^fgnla was held reiMit^ at the 
4olui IfarthaU Hotd. 

r Prdpoitd lei^BlMlaii to be in- 
SUdfatad k the taiheaidi^ imet- 
^ af the Qaoaral Asaend^ waa 



SieTl never foi^et it...if itfs electrie. 




dwpa. (^ atmo^ihare, ta^pr^ 
•f WMcilqit airf din ^^ ^aa 
^an kM al Invaa od iH^attig 

"thi faiaaattk ta eoa af the ntist 
|^y[ fdairta to raNaa^M It 
b fta ooa mat often miaeM. 
MUsf the br«^ and iNwaa haw 
Idea off. rtart «7h« the irfM. 
Store (hiad^ siaaM la a cool 
W* F). (b7. U#it ^ace idiOl 
May. WatM- l^y, Ju^ eaov^ to 
ka^ #ie raat awi rtoM faw) A-/- 
i|g 0^ f Kc e ari»d y. IalM«y, prtim 
tibe atens «i ako^ r*. ^k% W4t0^ 
i&g, tetOisa. and ^Ma autaiowa 
la JMm. Kaer te tipe pfaic&ad 
of wtU a«rly Sa^tanRbar. Ihim 
farta« tato the biMa. plaee in a 
naay irindow, and Inap mt»^ 
tf« lirtiUiad.. 

A pohaatia reaponb 16 day- 
Ifl^b. aai la known u a ahort- 
^ (ar laie-a^) ploBl; ba mre 
II fila na ^1 (km auncbwn tt 
mma^. Eves vey diert fartoda «l 
I^litog atl aij^ msf ba anoi«h 
Ht pnwMl 0^ inlerf«!« wift liHr- 
«\v^. tf tlie {dart la to be gretim 
ai a room fliat ia H^rtad n^^itiy. 
eeiNT ft it dull with a faaaivy p»- 
pe- 'bag, a [doM of opMiaa mde 
etoth, or oOwr ^ht4^ eoirer. or 
pirt tt ta a dark cloa^ ReMMra 
eofartr^ Irem the jduit <«■ the 
{dart ^m iie cfoaat at dbout 8 
o'dDdt each imm^ IIm pofat 
aet^ ra^ihes M Ymn of corn- 
Id^ darha ea e from October 10 
uatf txHut ibows, usiudty around 
Iharioi^vlsg. 




Mn. Gary RkhwdsoB. wife of Chief nfehv^oa. l^. la teavtag 
; la fatt her hnalMid to GatoeaiUle, fflortfa. Here ahe la last 
• flaal fMe' ekiig the h ew d wal h at Slat rtrasi wtfli 

Ifrcfr-twtos Gvy and JaUe, aged t. aid Patrfcto, ai^ 

t. (Qwy ran awt sf camera raii«a Jaat aa pletare waa Mapped!) 



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S0|mmI Botrtf To Give Test 



Pratidh^ ova- tfw ma^^ mm 
Ae AnoclatiMi's ptm^A, Robert 
L Smpaoo, Co mca o o we aMi Attor- 
hey of the C% o( Virglnta Beach, 
who attended with Ua wife. 



LiemSell 
Trees 



VnaiNIA l^ACH ~ Ihe Vh^ 
^ Beaob Urns dab ia soiling 
ftlMMinaa trees at <kit LUehortt 
ttxnpim Omter. Ite side wfll be 
held thrm^ December U. 

&qpf><»ting fe liMi'a l^aa aalb 
wiU eiable Aon to bdp attm to 



GHMSTMAS 



LYIMttkn^ - On Sunday 
w^, Dec. tf, ttie London &rl(^e 
&|rtist Church will pneesA. a 
(Sristmaa Play rad Cantato. The 
GhriMiiBa ptay, dfrected t^ Mra. 
Joa H. Wootard. wffl he^ at 7:S0 
p.m., followed bf die ctttsta. 

the |day, 1^ Um dukhreo aid 
yboag pea|de (rf (he dMS^, wifl 
ba a portray^ (rf tiw first Cturi^ 
mm In Kr^>tia% and smg. 

The Chrirtpoaa Cantoto, fdlow- 
ii^ ^ pfaqr, wll be indtt: tte dl- 
rec^m (rf Utfr^ ^Kmyet, the 
nta^ dfa%c^ of die ^urt^ Ihe 
aasompttiat wlU be li&a Dailii 
CMe. die cburdi ttgaabt 

Lcmkm lli^e JtepUst ClHirdi 
is Ibcated at M86 Potter Boad. 

The piA^ b eodMly invited 
toaa^d. 



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VBtG^IA BSAOH - llie Vov 
gtala Bciil Midol Board is nuk- 

Tert to totorested posos to this 
BPM an Wedmeday. Jmuary 19, 
Wm. Hm l^rte D^[>»«na^ d 
Rhmttm nqp^ thne tm^ fw 
eadi local achodi boed. Iha per- 
sons who pass the tes^ Meeeas- 
,fe]ly are ^wn a certificate. The 
eenJ6(^te is tai Ueu of the High 
ScAod t%loma. Some colleges aod 
Mna^ accept tlds ctf^fflsate in 
{dace of die ^b Sdiod XH^{toa. 

Ca order to tift ttie exanfawtlon 
die appBcaat nni^ sati^ c«:t^ 
requb-ements. Itie minimum rr 
quirem^its are: 

(1) The apfdlcmt flsut |k SO 
yean of age. VpS/a no cdnttM« 
may the i^pNcibt ba pemiitted to 
take the teiA prior to diie m» that 
he would have ip^uaed ha4,,be re- 
mahied to adml ., 

ii) TIk ^ii^itot abui have 
^ttue^ ata l^at 8 units of Ri^ 



Schod cnM (grades t $n IS. 

Ou^hBively of Physical Educatim.) 
.^Ucaoto who have attidned 
^^ aoih birttdi^ may not be 

required to present the above 

uidts. 

(3) The i^i^csnt Aall have re- 
aided in ^Hrginia we year prior 
tio flying for the b^tary of taato 
and Q^ reride in the adx)^ A vi- 
ma ftrou^ wUdi he m^tos ar 
pUcatkm. 

(4) The apjdicant mti^ ittiia a 
paling scwe on the axaf^ete birt- 
tery of ta^ {provided by ttie ^Me 
DmartiMit of Sdwci^ 

Felons who (kare to ti^ tUs 
test shouki nodDe appUci^kn to 
ilr. F. E. T^k». Wd^ Sfteol 
Supervlaort Virginia Baach JOty 
SdMxils. I^rtoceti Ane Sta^a 
Ihe d^KiUne tot submiuicp d ap- 
plicatkms is JawNwy tt, M88. Tlw 
t^ will be admhdstorad af the 
Bdiod Adouni^irtkn buOdbag at 
Pmei^ Awe 4X1^)00, 9:30 Ail 
toSPH 



SAVg $'• iY 

DEAUNO OmiCT WITH LiNDEIH 

otm itAncs hm itw umtsr waiAxmi 

hm. 



1. We Irfld oar owa naeic^. 4 Ne aniM 

2. NIe Brate-i^e elu^aa it dla* 8. ^ ydlcn 
cenirfhig ef aoiea. 8. Pre^ynn 



BANKERS, ATIORNEYB 

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Iil4 SPBINeilEADAr BOULEVARD, VRMttOtX 
Befweeh Jahaal^ Mahf <gd Wae» teii jA.fe 

w JMHNT mrFioBi vnm pitt wsayBiafnML 



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ViMSmiA EUCnnC AND 





Let us ^ut yoyr heatinp sy tAem 
throt^b its pac:es and mal<^ sofd 
it's relfdy for winter. Caii . . . 
soon. / 

NEW AND REPAIR WORK 



P»N6iSS iyuiE 

ELECTRICAL SU 



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Virginii 8e«ch SJN, "rtiursdty, 0«»mb«r 16, 1965 



ttrti L CmwIiIi it mtt a 

AM WmI8 Vm ao«M tt at, fi)t 

ik ^ o( itfMMMi Sitales: tu 




.fcte a Uiflt tt uz to WBUam 
C. msmm fliax, lot tt. blodc N. 
idat fli Potat 0' Woods tec 1; 

atakQf J. Onennw ct ox to 
Lee %. tmm, Jr.. lot 12, blo<4 
R, 1^ of Carokune Farm wc. 3; 



REALTY TRANSFERS 



Qmm J. MoGijm «t m to 
DMm ComUuction lOoiporatkw, 
iM UB. plat o( SotMbeni Ftrtnti 



Qntanv T. SionBer ^ ux to 
Qtnffxy R^^ Oorporatioo. tot U, 
VMt 17. plat <tf Dittnood Sprii^ 
Bosh; tax lOSC 

Mm W. Van Hone et ox to Ru- 
feH D. MuMin et ux. kt K, block 
m, pkA ai Gatoiraod Park; tax 

m.n. 

C3i&rtos M. Ho(^an. Jr. ti m 
to Gary R. Bode at ux, lot 96, plat 
of Lawion For«^; tax 936. 

EsM E. Payne st ux to Wallace 
E. Swajne et ux, tot S. block J, 
|dat of P^ 0' Woo<b sec. 3; 

tax mso. 

Martaa Acm. Inc. to David I. 
Uvtoe ei als, pared-pli^ oi Lyrai- 
haven Borou^; tax 1337.50. 

Robert E. Schwo^famami et ux 
to T. H. W. Carter et ux, tot 46. 
|3JM d CavaUe* Shores; tax $SSM. 

Robot Pat Jdbreys et ux to 
IHnUiain Henry Odttvis et ux, k^ 
38, btock 31, ptet of Aragona Vfl- 
lige Mc. 8; tax tU.lS. 

OoetbMUal fiAefffftoes, tee. to 
KiBMth T. Martto et ux. ]ot 13, 
btock 3. friat of Windsor Woods sec. 
1; tax m.lS. 

Gtaaky Sidasky et ux to Edwin 
Jaoobson, kit 20, blodc 16. plat of 
Ctlpt Heory sec. E; tax $24.*^. 

(Buty R^tty Cwporation to Wr 
cmI a. hexme et ux, kt 46, t^t 
4f K^ Grnt sec. SA; tax Iffi.TO. 

Barirey L Ltodsay, ^. rt ox to 
Axm F. Joinon ^ id, tot S, block 
1, I^ of Sandirk^ Bet^; tax 

One A. Paascfa et ux to I^ H. 
ftttltoo et ux. me C, plat of Park 
Vi0«r moot; tox fSSTO. 

Lflirraoe R. hu^ea et ux to 
ntA Oidte, tot 3, ptot of Mdf air 
Aeno; tax |B.». 

Mm F. Barr et ux to P^er H. 
g^obz et ux, tot 8, btock R, plat 
tf Cmxkmm Farm; tax $30.90. 

m.l Driver et ri to WilUfm C. 
Cte. A:., et ux, kt 10, Mock Bd. 
rof An#n ^WafB aae. 7; tos 

%1 M^ Ii ti k OtAiert A. 
AfcMma et ux, lot C, btock 18, 
^ «f Ag^6m Vfto0e lee. U; 

Jotaia Atitoii Bidard, J^., et 
UK to VtooimrW. Itaaqr at m, 
jM i^ fefadi E, fitat tf rtngooa 
VUl^ iec. 1( tox lUM. 

abArAitfiir attiM «t'4x to 
itana Buitj i OMiMmittoo 

: t^ftat q( ^Mawood ^Mk; tia 

' t^piii £ Mmn, &., at ux to 
^pfj^^npiP ft OK. tot >li, idat 

n«iintteiMr«tt, jr., «t « 

ito ilaici* IMiilw. tot «. Uock 
^ pl|t «f Mfigma ^fia«e sec. 7; 
tofcJML 

Lea^OsAn to WIfltott K. Wyatt. 
3t^ «tte, tot as. fpiit of FhiewQod 
tax •8.70. 

Wttamaetuxto 
tmm, WUif, Jr.. et tac kt 18, 
btock «. flat fl{ An^oaa Wm^ 

^KiHB Itoiify 0(x|>., to imf 
CMt fctontott at ux, tot «. btock 
8. ghl af AttiHia VIQage aac 7; 

Wm^ a Gooliby at «x to Mary 
L. fto^liy, tot 6, btodc H. {dat of 
Mto Sbcna tec. t; tax 117.70. 
MmmiS,- M^Wi it ux to ChaHea 
f. AiAer at im, tot 38. Uodc 17, 
|kt «f A2fimhaad sec. 2; tax 

Cm f1(»«e Pmsalm et ux to 
(Baymend A. Gtoi)eit et ux, kt 6, 
mAX. piiit of Angona Vittage 
aac. 6; tax $».«. 

sAimoB Radfy C(»parattoo to Ed- 
ward Rkfawd endlfa at ux, tot IS, 
Mack IB, {)irt «r PeniirolK Mu»r 
•ac. S; tax mJl 
i tte)» Girperatioo to Fred 
mm Stockton, A., et nz. tot 11. 
UodkA,|^ef ^TOwbawiaec. 7; 

mmM- « 

Cir4mM ftomes, ine.. to John 
O. LMlvioB at ox. tot M, btock 
Gr, fiat «( C^Bttonoe Fum aec. 4; 

VkKfMuf Riilty Ooip. to 
mmme» Sw et ux, kt b. 
Modt 38, pat4if Penbndw SlBiiQr 
MC. 4; tax tttJB. . 
. Stoafl fieak? Oorporatton to Al- 
%m Bai Sreanl atiix. kt 1, btock 
«. |M of mixtjiK Manor see. 
«; tax liW 

Ansi M^ Oorp,* lo Doil R. 

at IB. kt 13. bkek tt. 

«f P«aAnlto Matter aac «; 




mA O. Mm^ ».;# vx. kt 18 
Ui* « jM of MdM» Itaw; 



M. IM^tor to 
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Mi n^ 886.8; 



A. SlulUpA, Jr.. M ux to 
T A tt CoiMtruction Corp., nte 
88, §M of Soutbon Poiota sec. 2; 
tox|BB.8B. 

iMvito Ooipwation to David 
JbaefA Ryan, tot 2. block G, plat 
of Potot O'Wbodi sec. 1; tax $36.50. 

MeMUe Ooipi^tioB lo Rkhard 

A. taoMB et ux, kt 1, block H, 
pl^ of Pt^ O^oods aec. 1; tax 
I83JS. 

Ralfih C. Wannan, Jr., et ux to 
datel E. Taym, kt 5. btock J, plat 
of MM O'Wbotto sec. 3; tax I31.S0. 

Dtoaa T. PMfks to N. Goriiam 
Pailts et flto. 2 parcels, piat <d 
Bayaide fiorough; tax I22.SO. 

James Aflcem et ux to Uadk C. 
Brim et ux, lot 16, block 3, plat 
of MncMalAaaa PlMa aac 8; tax 
$18.06. 

Neva K. Piston to James H. 
Can^^l et ux, {Kircel, [dat of 
Lyonhavo) fiorot^^; tax $52.S0. 

James C. Wheder et ux to Brant 

B. Ctmway et ux, tot 20, bkck D, 
{liat of Poiirt O'Woods sec. 1; tax 
IS3J5. t 

Rockwijod OwiSlniction Qrpera- 
tioft to Ltowood B. HamnKH(K]. lot 

10, plat d London Court; tax 
|2BJi. 

. EHkar C. Koutecky to William 
Ueniy Stratton et ux, kt 16, tdock 

16, fiaA of DianMmd Sf»ing Hanm, 
tax 127.75. 

Martha Washington Hotel Cor- 
porirtkn to Josq)h Suskind, tots 3, 
S, btock 87, plat of Virginia Beach 
Devdopment Company No. 6; tax 
117.75. 

tbe Ptiiroore OcMporiAkm to The 
Soi^iUnd Corporation, kt 4, (dat of 
W. J. Ovediolt Property; tax |30. 

Hado Devekprofflt Corporation 
to Ifianvorth Mmw et ux, tota 3, 
i S, and part of tot 2, bkck ae, 
plat (tf Shackw Lawn H^hto; tax 
$Si«. 

Kitftfyn Hofidns Fortna* to 
Ome- Bernard Pea et ux, tot IS, 
btodc 37, i^ of Aragoxm Vfllage 
aec. 8; tax m.90. 

Motto f. pttono^e et als to 
Dodcery Lenbert, Jr., et ux, par- 
C^. plat of West Neck; tax $18. 

Ltody bv^tmoit Corp(»-atiD(i to 
Joaef^h R Watson, Jr., et ux, 6.01 
acTes, ptot of ftopei^ of Lindy 
bveatment tCcspori^ton: tax $21. 

Jamei A. MidUgaa, 3t., et ux 
to Vtol^ Beadi Reil^ Corp., 
sMl M. |lat ef WoKnore Hanta- 
ttod aee. I: tax IS2.18. 

Theodore A. Bi^oe to Fraxk 
Petora ct ux, tot 8, btodc 70, plat 
of Prtaoesa 4mae Pku aac. 4; tax 

Rtobvd J. MoGraA et ux to 
Door BMify OHfnnilto^ kt 8. and 
part of kt 7. ^t of NorA Link- 
bom Parit; tox 1^.35. 

J08a|)h r. Witokaii at ux to Rob- 
art t. Dai it ox, kt 3. plat of 
GtoB Anks Homaa. toe. tax $2S JO. 

Max A. Cl«k at ux to David A. 
P^ltotoi ct ox, kt ai. btock i 
(dk of nticaaa Ame PIm aec. l\ 

KaoneA P. Gbaitovwutb et uk 
to Kenn^ P. Cfaarkairarib et ux, 
kt 1. pliit of Woodstock Road; tax 

Bury R. Wffltamaet ux to Ma^ 
vto W. E^w, kt 1. (AM of pro- 
perty of tfarry H. fi(Hmey; tax 

Jtm M. Maaters to Jean C. Brin 
et at. kt U. bkck U, jdat of Poca- 
hantoa ¥itoge; tax (81.30. 

flilMrt JOaeph fliaaett et ux to 
Harold 1. Sridenatine et- ux» kt 
U, bkck B, plat of Binjiwood Gax^ 
dens aec. 1; tax $30.90. 

John H. Relthknecht et ux to 
mdtaxd T. AAmford et ux, tot 86 
and part of kA 96, plat of Uiurd 
Manor; tax $22.80. . 

Markna U. S. Peace et vir to 
Rurmt Kaiibian et ux, kt G, b)o(^ 
18. plat of Aragona ViNsge sec. 11; 
tax $21. 

Mary Anne Craft Di^iree et vlr 
to George Louis 11we{Aito6 et ux, 
kt 91, plat of Thalia Sboree; tax 
$8L8B. 

dark^Whitehill Oorporvtton to 
Warren Howard Bkxom It ux, kt 
10, hlodc 4, pl^ of PriDceaa Anne 
Fi»a aec. 14; tax $25.35. 

Tboro^g^^good Estates, Inc., to 
Norman L. IQaufman^et ux, tot 64, 
i^ fif ThomujE^igood Ekrtates aec. 
1; tax $86.19. 

Aiwdtoa OMporatkn to WlUte 
E. Whttcfaunt et ux, kt^. bkck 
M,ptotofLdEefimttfaT( 
4; tax $a(. 

mUifltt L. )Pattersoh et ux to 
Cart D. Ufataab et ux, kt B, 
bkck 42, pkt of Prtoceas Anna 

Plaza aec. 5; tax $18.66. 

Leads E. floabw. Jr. ,et ux to 
Sionaand tt. IHanfareee et ux. kt 

31, {dat (d Westmorland Estates; 

tax $^ 
Cei^ W. Habtatd it ux to 

WBtatt D. editor «t ux. kt 7. 

Vhdk 8. {fa| of Aragona ^^Hage 

m. ^:tox|n«. 
Mocy "KVtam Kmg et vir to 

Cedl Akaio Srfdett «t pc. kt E. 

fiat «f-4Mdli»d' Terrace aec. •; 

toi $£r.]fli I 




Xann^ Dee Lauderdria et m 

to .ftnea A. iOmbaB ^ ux. lot l, 

block 18. plat of Dinnood Si^riai 

Homes; tax $19.86. 
L. R Lecfeett^ et mt to COrkf 

J. W. Hedg(» et ux, kt 12, Uoek 
J, ]dat of LdK Shorn sec. 6; tax 
$37.10. 

JIasper B. Smith et ux to Ma 
G. Griffith et ux, part of krta », 
M, blodc 12, plat of Chesapeake 
Park: tax $1S.7S. ' 

daroice L. ^Aiite et ux to ^1- 
Uam EmI Hnkk et ux, tot 10, 
ptot of Kempsville Hei^Ha sec. 
3; tax $27.76. 

ftay L. De Hnt ^ ux to Tlw 
Sottftland Ootpofatton, fNurcel, fdat 
of Lynnlraven Bwtw^; tax $80. 

MdviA R. O'Neal et ux to Hu- 
bert J. Bissett et «sc, kt n. [M 
of Thalia ^res; tox $54.75. 

Hie Seay Conqxny, toe., to 
Needham S. Cheely. Jr., ei ux, site 
60, plat of W(^nare Plairti^; 
tax $32.55. 

Eugene R. Qo^trey et ux to J. 
Ray Potter et ux, ato 7, plat of 
Liidthom Point; tax $24. 

H. G. fttjwney et ux to Itellas 
Leroy Mahaffey et ux, ki 8, {tet of 
Laurel Manor; tax $16.76. 

Clavott R. Gatewood, Jr., et ux 
to Ciaytim E. Nicies et ux, tot 8, 
btock J, plat of Birdiwood Gar- 
dens sec. 2; tax $19.20. 

Ricbanl Franklin Francis to 
Jan^s Paolino ^ ux, tot 20, block 
SI, plat of Aragona VlUage sec. 7; 
tax $18. 

WiBiasn Henry Lovdady et ux 
to John K. Durming et ux, kt 15, 
btodc 25, fdat ai Aragcma Village 
sec. 8; tax $20.10. 

Dooald Jeknston Hendrfc^. Jr., 
et ux to Rd)«t C. Wood et 'jx, kt 
11, btock J, plat (rf Point O'Wooda 
sec. I; tax $M. 

Chariea M. Wfik et ox to 
Francis L. Mivden et ux, tot 6, 
block E, pkt of Great Neck Es- 
tates aec. 7; tax $a8J0. 

Avakn Hills, Inc., to Hert>at L. 
IHxde et ux, tot 21, fdat of Horoe^^ 
#eadaec. 1; tax $18.88. 

John F. Barret et ux to Petar H. 
Scfaukx et ux, k^ 8, blodc R, plat 
of Carolaane Fmrm sec. 3; tax 
$3OJ0l t . 

Carl E. Wadddl et ux to Lnw- 
rmce A. Wicks et ux, 1(K 34. black 
R, {dat of BircbwoMl Gard»K sec. 
4; tax $24.30. 

Nirthaa Sups^ ^ us to John W. 
FtoU, Jr. et ux. site B, plat d 
Ubenneer Aanex No. 1; tax $67.50. 

Oark-Whitehill Coiporation to 
LouU E. ffianchard ^ ux, kt 8. 
Mock li plat of Princess Anne 
Plaza sec. 8; tn $33.75. 

Pico R^fy Coiporation et als 
to MilMun Dewayne Viner et ux, 
tot 27, btodc 17, plat d Prmcess 
Aoie naaa aae. H; tax $22.i0. 

Jdm M. Alke^l ^ ux to GarakI 
Lem Jon» et uk, kt 5, plat of 
Boulevard Manor; tax $23.55. 

Willto M. Wooae et ux to Rose 
Inv^ment Ckn^poratiaD. parcel- 
plat of Lynnhavoi B<»ough; tax 
$68.25. 

Row Investment Corporatton to 
Participating S^rts, Inc., parcel- 
plat of Lymihaven Borough; tax 
$117. 

nKxnas Edward Andrick et ux 
to Irvin R. Rinkov et ux, tot 1'. 
bkx^ A, plat of Kings GrqAt Sec. 
S; tax $31.50. 

Charles D. MMloiee, Jr. et ux 
to James L WUttock et ux, lot 
84. plat oi Kbqpi Grant sec. 1; tax 
$28.06. 

Mateofan Campbell Dion et ux to 
Charles F)-ands Lay, lot 1, btock 
N, plat of Potot 0' Woods sec. 1; 
tax $25.96. 

Vincent Dtonauro et ux to Owen 
P. Mills et ux, kt 11, blodc 13, 
plat ol Aragona Village sec. 6; 
tax $22.96. 

DayicI A. Miuito et ux to Lewis 
A. Au5tin, Jr. et ux, lot 87, plat 
of Kings Grant sec. 1; tax $28.06. 

Robert R. Rifle et ux to Alvin 
& tSibs et ux. tot 10. block M, 
ptot d Lake^^r«8 sec. 5; tn 
$32.40. 

Hemandez A. Landberton ^ ux 
to Nelk V. Spring et u£ kt 8, 

btock 6, ptot of New Virgtola 

Beadi Coiporatton; tax 187.88. 

Marjorie M. HarrisOB et vir to 

Kenneth H. Schwartz ^ ux, 8 pa^ 

eels, plat of New VirgfaA Beach; 

tax $71.70. 
Xlhco, Inc. to Oiarks K Gkud. 

parcel-fronting «o Ken^avlDe— 

North LandUig Road; tax $86.35: 
Inland Corporatton to t. C. Ar- 

oidta, parael-ptot of Canoden 

Sdghts: tax $19J0. 

E. C. Arendts et' ux to First Co- 
lonial Mortgage Co., Inc., parcel- 

ptot of Lynnhai^i Bwou^; tax 

$31.50. 
Roland HUdreth Ahnemoda et 

ux^ Philip P. Biuhhok et ux. tot 

7. btodc N. pkt of Ldce Shorea 

aec. 5; tax $38.70. 
Cart Geonee SBo^ et ttx to Ctor 

toad C. Hayea et ux. kt 191, ^ 

of Kii^ Grant sec. 2; tax $88. 
ISiomaa Et INet^iii at a to 

Iheo H. HiU ^ ux, kt 46. plirt of 

l^fttAsvm CtAaoy aec. 8; tax 

$81.50. 
O«dcwood Bmm, Ik. to FttkB- 

d^ R. LtK^erman ek ux. bA i8. 



hkA A. ftat ti^armAimS aec. I; 
tax|8BJB. ' 

Ittatoh'X, l^mr, Jr. at ox to 
J«dc D. Sowos at ux, kt 2, bkdi 
9. plat of Angona Village aec. S; 

HaUm^ CoutrucUon Corp. to 
Wilttam C. &idth, Jr. et ux, kt 
20. btock M, ^ of Huntingt<» 
sec. 2; tax $28,10. 

ArmM I^dty O^^aika to 
George S. Yiffi et la, kt 32. btock 
42, ptot d I^nlMdce Manor mc. 
4; tax I25J0. 

Dai^ D. Dehart et ux to Edpr 
C. &toahs et ux, lot u, bkck D, 
^t of Woodhtffst; tBt^»' 

Diym Omstruction Oxrpontim 
to Evttatt W. Foote et ux, krt 7, 
Mode 2. plat of West Alaotm t«c. 
4; tax $40.06. 

George Edward Barker et ux to 
Jaae D. Glasser et al. lot 19, 
l^ock 4. plat of Princess Anne 
I%ia aec. 10; tax $22.06. 

OvotOD's Markets, Inc. to. Rich- 
ard E. McLawhom et ux, lot 35, 
plat d Broad Bay Point; tax $18. 

daric - Whitdiill Corpwation to 
Richard A. Gallotta ^ ux, lot 2, 
block 5, plat of Princess Anne 
Plaza aec. 14; tax $24.75. 

George Behrakis et ux to David 
Edward Hughktt et ux, lot 5, 
Uk)ck R, plat of Cardamie Farm 
sec. 3; tax $26.85.. 

J(Meph M. Md)anlds et ux to 
auffks Fred Rollins, Jr. et ux, tot 
4i, btock 37, plat of Aragona Vil- 
li^e sec. 6; tax $22.20. 

Costoe Realty Corporation to 
Jam^ H. Stokes, kt 99, plat of 
LakeviUe Eitates sec. 2-A; *^x 
$20.70. 

Harry Roman M. Brockmyer et 
ux to Gull tovestment Corporatim, 
tots 11. 12, 13, 14, 33, 34, 35, 3C, 
Mock 61. plat d Euclid Place; lax 

dark R. Jdutton et ox to Ralph 
HUl et ux, kt 3, bkck 12, ptot of 
Pocahmtas Village; tax $19.20. 

Nk^las R. Bach et ux to Jdin 
G. Saiaw et ux, lot 1, block Q, plat 
d Carolanne Farm sec. 3; tax $38. 

Point-0-View, Inc., to Snnud G. 
Cottrell, Sr. et ux, kt 19, btock 1, 
plat d Potot-0-View, sec. 1; tax 

William T. Undemann et ux to 
John C. Shirley, Jr. et ux, kt 1, 
block B, plat of Gunn-Htdl Manor; 
tax $27. 

Harry Realty CcHporation to Hv- 
ry D. Eager et ux, tot |D, ptot of 
Kings Grant sec. SA; tax ^.60. 

Ardito F. Seay, Jr. et ux to Rob- 
ert G. Moa«, tot 90. plat of Dia- 
naonl Lake Estates; tax $21.*^. 

Heii)art f. BO&e^, Jr. et ux to 
Arthur Fraiddm Knox, Jr. 4 ux, 
tot 18, bkck 8, {dat of Baylake 
Pines sec. 1; tax $35.85. 

Donidd J. Blazii^ et ux to (3ar- 
oice L. Pattison d ux, lot 50, ptot 
of Lark^NU* sec. 4; tax $40.50. 

Sknon B. Gaitl^, Jr. et ux to 
Josei^ Francis Decker et ux. tot 
15, plat d itodgman ptot; tax 
$80.40. 

Roy W. Sargent et ux to William 
Jdm BladdHim et ux, kt 16. plat 
of Eastwood Manor sec. I; tn $83. 

David Muril Wodard et ux to 
Kenneth D. Frontz et ux, tot 2, 
Uock 14, plat of Aragcma VUlage 
sec. 6; tax $I8J6. 

HiUa C. McGulgan to Halkt El- 
mo dmson d ux, lot 142, ptot of 
L^nnhavoi Cckay sec. 4; tax 
$28.50. 



VkjFd 4. Tmms, et « to R^ 
0d D. Bart^ et ux,^ tot 1^ bhA 
11. ^ of mmmmt; te $B.A 

Co^^wntol &it«|8toei. 1^. to 
AXred ChMaa Jngn^ d jx, 
kt SI. bkdc 2, T^ of Wtodsw 
Wdo^ aec. l; tax 02.08. 

Mtolk C. OwKaib d tn to 
Gmnt H. Zktd^ et ux, kts 14. IS, 
18. bkdc 18. pl^ of Euclid Ptoea; 
tax $18. 

<^^toaital Enteprttoa, Inc. to 
Duahe V. fkmmoM d ir, k4 8, 
btock 3. ptot of Windsor Woods 
aec. 1; t« $30.80. 

Fierebae's, Jnc. to Groaae Pdnts 
Carpa-dtoa, 2 ptfcda. pb^ of 
WnOmx Woods sec. 3 ft 4; tax 
$884. 

GAS GerpMvttoa to Jaraea C. 
MaMtows d ux. kt 12. btock I, 
1^ d Lake StnUi 1\Hrace mc. 
Mh tox $39.75. . 

WnUam MendeduU Lafwbm, Jr. 
d px to ItMmas R Frazte* H la 
tot $, btock A, plat of WowBairat: 
tfic $84.80. 

Tkyi Altoi Morgan, Jr. et ux 
to II^Diam M. Bu^ey et ux, M 
8, bkck 3, plat d Aragcwa Villain 
sec. 10; tax $80J6. 

John R. Sand ^ ux to Jdn M. 
Bramldt et ux. Id 213, plat of 
Mdfeu sec. 3; tax $19.96. 

Robert Lee Storgis d ux to 
Cleveland L Miller d ux, lot U, 
btock 13, ptot of Diamond S^rin^ 
i^imes; tax $tt.06. 



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VIRGJNIA BEA01, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, DKCA^ER 23, 1965 Three Sectloii$-22 Pages 



SINGLI GOPYj 10c BY AAAIl $3.50Pa5W« 



COUNCIL PRIMARY SET 




APRH. 



BEACH DEMO ORGANIZATION 
HAS FULL COUNCIL SIATE 



VmcmWi BEACH — 1ba« are 
foiur Mwcomen ami t&ven incum* 
baits oD the ll-man ^ate beii% 
of^rad by the Democratic organi- 
Mtfcn to- Action to City Council. 
11)6 a^ate has seven candidates for 
BortM^ seats ais} four for at 
brge seats. Hie names d the 
eUsvm OrganizatkM] caodklates 
wffl ap{)ear on the baM in the 
Afjril Sih Priimry Etectiui. 

Tlie four newcomers to tfie 
imta are Robot B. Cromivdl, 
fr., Vta^a Beach Juveiile and 
Domestic Reiations Oouit Judge; 
Geoit^ R. Fwrell, Vir^ia Bearfi 
Scbooi Board Ch^rman; D. Mur- 
my WeSban, Vii^glnla Beadi auto- 
mobile dealer; and Dewey Sim- 
mons, Vk^^nia Beach real estale 



Present Council members wUl 

re 19 (fee reil of Ow rfate, witti 
exception of Jamra Itenien, 
irtw had anoouQoed earlier ttet 
lie woidd not run for re-election, 
Iftl^ IQtcfain. Stanley Hodges, aod 
WAftacd T. Caton, m, yibo was 
decAed to ttie Virginia House of 
T)ri0fgiitm in Noimnber. 

IlKfft has been called a "well- 
rouniB^' slate woidd have «i^ 
of the einrai wtdJng In fow of 
«lis »it h^gHfy poynlHed hv> 
€HiJta of ttie dfy—l^rnxwak. Bay- 






It $15 Crash 



VIRGINIA MACH-A car-truck 
cdlMm on Route 615 near Oceana 
Air Stirti<m on Ifnirsday injured 
me man di^dy, but twd up 
totiffic tor atom time. The driver 
of a station wagm, E. K. Bym, 
1^ is stationed at Dam Ned^, 
was pasaii^ a small pwel trudt, 
when the trudc b^ao tarnlsg left 
into a service statkni, according 
to Virginia Beach Police. The front 
md d the statkn wagon was 
demo^^ied wh«i it strudc the 
kft i%ar «iieel d the truck. The 
impact qmn the truck around and 
(Appei it over m its side in the 
mkkBe of ^ road. It skidded 
slkmg tihe r^ tor several yards 
m its i^de b^ore coming to a 
stop. Hie drivo- d the truck, 
Victw Paul Baibmis of Virginia 
Beach, a retired Navy man, was 
taka to the Gen«-al Ho^ital 
of Vii^nia Bead) fw treabnent 
of minor injuria. He was that 
rel^sed. 

Two wredcers were called to 
the scoie to remove both vducles, 
and the Oceana Vdunteer lire 
Dqiertment stood by the scene 
to hose down the gasdine that 
escaf)ed from the track. Virginia 
Boidi Police directed traffic 
around the acddeitf wMe deamip 
operatk^ took place. 

Neftbo- B^n or H. L. Riky. 
a passes^ in the stati<»! wagon, 
wtfe in^ire&'^Uey is also sta- 
tioned at Dam Neck. 

Accor£i% to Virginia Bodi P»> 
lice, no diarges were filed agfilnst 
either drhner. 
ft. 



side, Virginia Beach »d Kempa- 
vMe. Ihoae foin- borooi^ repre- 
sent the areas when the ttk^ 
rapid graw^ to pofriahon of the 
city has ben apskmetd. 

Undo- the reappcMttotimnt pli|B. 
caodidErtes mu^ file eitto- tm Bior- 
01^ seats or at-krge ^ts. "nua 
die (^anizatko slate wffi be 
nviMle i^. as M^tms: John Mc- 
corohs, Vii^inia Beach; Larry 
Manshi^, Bayskie; S PatM ftvwn, 
Prtocess Anne; Kennetii Whtte- 
bur^t, Pungo; Earl TebauK, Black- 

PUN UNDER 
mACK 

VIRGINIA BEACH - C^ Coun- 
cil's pro^xoed ptoi fcr council re- 
apporti(nvn«it has come under si- 
tBKk 1^ the four Beach re^dento 
who cflil^ for the reai3{)(»iii<8vnent 
ki Fe(kral Oourt. 

In a leMer to Mayw Frank A. 
EKnch, the p^aint^ sud the pktn 
was "uQconstltUtioial" ani dki not 
meet the "one n»n-one vote" prio- 
ogaL 

Hm letter ur|^ that OouncU 
hold aaother pddk h^^uig <m die 
n^^ to beheldbiiDre lbs ope&^ 
Ipg. lesioii of the ttH Oenerai 

•T^ 90 teflsiniHur 'M^pM tgr'ltoward 
W. Ifartm. G. E. daytoR Davis. 
Oorndius D. Scully and Rottand 
D. Winter. 



mAet; Al Bom^, Iten^wnriUe: 
and De«vey ^wnoa, Lyi^ukvoi. 
Hie four M istf^ candi<kKes will 
be Ftmk Thmch, miAm Uves in Vir- 
pua Beaeh; Jud^ OomweU. who 
Uves to Bnyside: Mivray Malbon 
wto Uvea in Lyuiitven; and 
George ForeQ. who l^ws to 
KempsviCe. ^Age Cromwell has 
MDmaKed his intentions to r^^ 
bis Jud^iship. Ferrdl wiO res^ 
his School Boanl post 1» has h^d 
for ten years. 

FerreU, who has Hved in Prin- 
CMS Anne Comfy and Vkiginla 
Beach for S yevrs, in addition to 
his mind bowd duties, has saved 
as a morber of ttw Board of Di- 
rectors and Secreti^-Trcasurer of 
the Noif (ft Cooperaitive Milk Pro- 
diMXtt. He is a ctoter member 
of tiw Oommntty Metho(£st 
Chun^ in KempsvUle. 

Judge CromweH, a Willi«n and 
lAary graduate, is a menrtier d the 
law firm of Cronw^ and Layton. 
He is a mmtmc of several dvlc 
chil», including the Bayshle Lions 
C3tib and the Bsyilde JaycMs. 

yUtm, a Mlhie d Princess 
Ame Oounfy, operMes Malxm 
Ifolw CompKsy. He idso k a mem- 
ber of mmenwi cMe eM» Hid 
Amaricm Leglen Port No, US. He 
is now a ^eedUx of the Vhftoia 

a pscfeo- to flie reri 




DEMOCRATIC CANDI DATES 
MUST FILE BY JANUARY Sth 




b a lilt framal «f l^fmBtmta 
Uet 4reft CMb hmtm He has 

(OettisiNd On Pi«« 4A) 



BOARD WUl RECONSIDER 
NAME OF SCHOOL 



VIRGINliA BEACH - Several 
members of the Vir^a Beach 
Qtamber of Corameroe ^tended 
tte last 1S6S meeltog of the Vir- 
gtoia Beach Sdiool Board Tliesday 
and asked .(he govenitog body to 
diange ito,,jiBi|ie d the city's new 
h^ acfaod on First Odnrial Road. 

AAito lifatihes, exefcUtive (fireotor 
of the dmriber aod James Kitefato 
ttceciAive board membo' of the 
Chamber said tfiey cnne to the 
meeting to ask the Scbod Board 
to e}q>lato and reconsider tiie 
name. Ihe subjert has been 
wrsm^ed over, (fiscuwed and voted 
oa since kat Mtgust, with the end 
resuk of naming the acfaod Ocena 
High School. Mailhes ^teted die ad- 
vantages of rettauung the school's 
old lume: Vh^iiua Beadi Ifi^ 
SAnd. He said "much money has 
been apeirt to publidzing the name 
df Vin^^ Beach." The Oumber 
of Comroeice was atrwig ia ihi 
prvt^ts d the new name, iNth 
Kibdim seconding IfaiBieB ud then 
^ledckig briefly to a simflsr rtsa. 

Geor^ Ferr^, Chidmum d ttie 
board, suggested tabl^ ftirther 
ifiscussion of the matter, but a db- 
camaxm of the subject cns^ped wMi 
remaito by sevwal of liie mera- 




It was finally voted on by the 
boud to "Table aU ainpaoient 
about IUb sul^ect and reconsider 
Mie offiRing of the newhi^ sdnd 
at an appn^riate tinqe nearer ito 
dompleUon." The dedskm wtas 
unanhnous. The vote on the matter 
was bm#t on by action on the 
part of board members J. W. Buf- 
fin^on, and Algy W. Cohen. 

The a(tikML.was questtoned l^ 
board membo- C. J. Owaa, but 
FerreB saki die situatitm renund- 
ed hknr of something Conf udmis 
said: "A smart man dianges his 
mtod: a fo<ri iwver doies." FerreU 
added "^^lat we're trjii^ to do is 
^ people off dur bocks." 

to oth«- act^n, the new pqrroH 
for Dec. 33 was approved, and the 
persomiel report disck^sd d^t 
teadier resignaticns and e^ 
teadier appdntmoits. 

It wae approved t!»t a request 
be nnade of Oty Coundl to s^ 
the rematoder of the 9^€cSboR 
school bonds. 

The board was told by Aasistaot 
Scbooi Superintendent Spitzer that 
a ^Udf is bekig made into sbi- 
dento driving <aCT and m o tor c y des 
to sdiod, ffiid a kdl reprat ^mOk be 
made at i» February meetlqg of 
theSchod Board. 



ETHERIDfiE m 
COMMIHEE 



4*''' v3fclBMA. BeA!CH-City Treas- 
iB^ V. A. EUwk^ was «e <rf^ 
five areftofficb^ appiAiled recent 
ly to the ^Hr^iia Munk^ial 
Leagiie's li girtnwe committee. 

The oommitM's function is to 
review proposds far new lijlshi 
tkn and naake recommenda(i«s to 
the tongue. 

the other four men appointed 
are MMgoe G. A. T^eelde of Chesa- 
peake, Nodoik OMgr Attorney Leon- 
sid Db^ PoihBnotfdi Vk»^ Mayor 
JIadE P. Baiws and Sidfoft Cilsr 
AMHMQr v. E. 



ljM*aTia C^wdtouMi 



DARDEN PULLS OUl 
OF COUNCIL MCE 

vmGtllA fB&AIca - There ms m oneqiedtod toii of evente Iton. 
^conceteii« the forthcnnb^ €% Cbondl dsetion in June and the 
Dcmncpi^ Prinnury to kfi0: t/^mbmm ODuasftnsfl Jsmes G. Hm^ 
dap, iri» lad earlier Mm^t he tntended to seek reeit^ton ktmOf 



VOlGiraA BEACH - Most of 
the nmriiiav d toe sixty-man 
Virginia Beach Democratic Can- 
ndttoe md Ttamdigr ^t«-noon 
and very qukddy di^msed of the 
butfnett at hmd. By unammous 
vdoe vote, a reK^itkm was pasaed 
by the m«ri)a^hip setting the 
wheels m motiw fot a DemocriAic 
Cwmcitam^c Prinury eledk» 
f»-tor to tile General Electton on 
Jwe Hlh. 

date set for the primary is 

Sth. At that tkne. the Demo- 

canhdates wtil be nominat- 

^^r^alaw. candidal 

file fof ^ PrimaJ7 ninety 

dKy% prior to the dactkn. Thus 

dw filtog doMSiiM witt be January 

Sth, leawta^ aboiA two weeks for 

filing. 

Oty OowKil has dready Mbpted 
a roohitim pn^stog a pdaa t<a 
reappwtkmment of ttsdf . Ihe plan 
calls fw eleven Councihiwn to be 
dect^d by dl voters; four to be 
dected at lu^ge and ona resk^ 
caiuhd^e bxiQi eadi d die sevai 
Borou^ of tin Cify. A pidilk: 
Jmalt^ was also hekl oh tiw, mat- 
ter. 

Recent^, OouncO has re^ieited- 
Vii|^ B«i^ apnbars gl ftt 

A^jtttMumdmm^m la- 



troduce iwcessary changes in the 
City (barter to aDow for reap- 
portioning the elected Council on 
the basis of the adapted plan. Be- 
cause l^slation pas^ by the 
As<wnhly does not become law 
until ninety (toys after adjoum- 
mmt. C^Mincil has requeued the 
mpporti(»tfn«it measiQre tackide 
an onorgency claused the'dwre 
making it law upon r^ieving the 
Govenior's sigljature. Tliis is the 
tmly way diat a Genu'd E3ectkm 
can be set up (Ml Jwie I<Mi. 

The plan is eiqjetfted to be 
adopted by the General As«nUy. 
as request^, since a Federal 
Court has tkady let it be known 
that should the Assenrialy not act 
on a plan fmr reapportionna»it, k 
will order an at large piM on 
or about March 14th. In the same 
decisim, Judge W|^ Hoteian 
noted that Virgil B<«idi had" al- 
ready adopted a plan, but did not 
cfunmort upcm the validlfy d dutt 

At l^st (Hie (rf toe Utigants who 
broi^ ttie case to l«w cri^nalfy 
ham Slid diirt Iw wHl appeal tl^ 
caw if the plan is mectft»i by 
^ Oourt Uam/m, ttto s aa s en ai i i 
is Ihat the Coondl piaa wiD be 
aollM«i Md «tt hdi un 



F«knil scrutiny. 

The case was begun dvou^ ebp 
jactton to the pretnrt Cwncff m^ 
up, which came dxMt ttirou^ t^ 
Beech. At the presem tinM A^ 
Bft dx mdnbors d Council ,re^ 
resotii^ borou|^ Miginalty to 
Prince ^Ume Oouirty, and fiv* 
nwnbers representuig tlM Bore^{h 
of Vli^nia Beach, previously the 
City of Vir^a Beadi. At m 
tkne d cwwdictation, the oau^ 
Board of Supervisors and thf (^ 
aty Onndl wrt mody csn»' 
btaed. TUs was attacked to ttie 
anlt, statfa^ that (meinm, am 
vote re(H«seitatkHi was bdi^ v|% 
lated. '^ 

Offidals irt \%gi!^ Beach ma^ 
tato that die new {rian. wkf^ 
by CcRmdl, enoMiqNe^ig hott 
B(vm;^ and at In^e ii|ifoaiiill| 
tkm is the ody ke^bk pkn, ^lea 
k weuU be aotirafyipv^ tiltt 
Mm ■nallR' anm oA Bofdi#s 
eodd qidte ponibly not piu as^ 
r e t ffeawit aftfon on Councfl (to i 
cocopletdy at large bads. Offidids 
argw Ate couM be a bed sltoattott 
to lyA i tirge anu spmd oat 
cHy. wkne iu^ (Averse 
IN pravalmt to 
areas. 

iOmmM^Pa0M> 



u 



^1t to ^ a |^4id of Kpet 
that I announce that because of 
bratoess oomeotkns U wttbe iBEk- 
poasMe for me to be a candklite 
tor ra^^eetion to the IHty Coiaidl 
for the au^ Virginia Bench il 
the dectlfc to%s he!d next ye». 

"I had teni^ivdy sakl a few 
dsys ago fliat L in dl probdiiaity 
wmdd be a oanfidate and-I i^^ 
very much that I ftod it necessary 
to (^Mnge my mind. Before mddng 
any pdliUc amiouaceraent of my 
d«d£ion. I md wiA Biy ooDeBgnis 
OR aty Councfl and my assoctotas 
at aty H^, whose support I bad 
and whose opiidoos I respect, and 
told them first of my deiMon. 

"I have been on the Board d 
Supervtoors and the City Council 
for a^jpnotatntdy twelve years. I 
have enjoyed representing the peo- 
ple and I diaS ahvays be grateid 
to them for thdr supptnt and con- 
fkience. to wMidrawtog as a can- 
(Sdate, I am not ^wtog up my in- 
tered to pditk» at my interest to 
the advancemmt of the City of 
Virgtato Beadi. I shall continue to 
be active to bodi of these fiekk 
md I shal oontewe to be to touch 
with my friends whose \»\p and 
achrice I have dvrays vahied. Be- 
lievii^ duit dw (H^mrizati(Ri will 
continue to din- outotandtog caur 
(fidates, I am to a posMon to say 
it is my inteirtioo to suppiNt &e 
eirtire (^anizatian stete for CSty 
CGsaeSi." 

Iqnnedbtdy. ai^ Darda's 
statement was made piMk:, Vlr- 
^nia Beatii Mayor, FVank Dusdi, 



stated tot he was very sorry Mr. 
Darden Iwnd it necesskry to wMh- 
drarw as a candklate and that he 
and all membo^ of die Oooadl 
ha*«k«ii^ pledged thdr auppoit 
to htoi for re-dectkn. 

The ItayOT s^d, "He bAs made 
a y«y ^ Coundknan and has 
made a ^eat coi^rib^km to oiv 
CUy. Mr. D;>rden 4 a dethci^ 
pvbyc servant and tM a <btp 
interest to the people yie regtt- 
sento." 

A tether sttaement, concemtog 
Darden. was issued by die Oondi- 
tutional officers of the City of Vir- 
gtoia BeuSi, mid ai^ied by all five. 
They are: V. Alfred Etheridge, 
Treasure-; John V. Fentress, 
Oeik: Kan D. M^, Commdsdon- 
er of Reveneu; John E. Marr, City 
S«-ge^; and Robert L. Simpaon. 
Commonwedtfa's Attoroey. The 
statement is as fdkiwa: 

"We the ConstitiMoial officea 
of the Oty (rf Virginia Beach, who 
have previous plo^ our rip- 
p(Kt to Mr. Jamn G. Dardei Iw 
re-d«?tk»i to the City Council r*-- 
grd he finds he wiD be undste be- 
cause of business teasons to be a 
candidate for re-elMtion. As a 
Oouncihnan from the largest Bor- 
ou^ of tlw CKy, he devotes his 
time add enei^ to the City's af 
ia.r8, not only to t is own borouf^ 
but to dw entire City. Our 
tieis with him d-rouf^ the 
years have been mod plrasent and 

(CiMitiaued On 



TWO DIE IN ACCIDENTS 




VIKjJMU beach — A 27-yeai^ 
(dd N»7 man was killed to^mtly 
iMt Ftiday aftonoon whdi Ms 
car snoashed into the rear of a 
Ltopf«d adwol bus oa Shore Drive. 

Police identffied ttie man asJRob- 
ert C. Bdffier of the 900 b^ of 
17^ Stred. He was stiationed 
dboard the dodc landing sh^ D(»- 
ner. 

Investigatii^ oficer R. E. BroM 
said the CarroMcm Oaks Schod bus 
was stopped od ^re Dnve to kt 
dl passengra^ luid its red l^its 
were &sWDf wh«i the acddert 
occurred. 

fiross said no one dMard the bis 
was tojured. but the drhrer, Mr%. 
Neflie Mae Sbro^ of Lynn lUver 
was treated at VK<ginto Beach Gen- 
eral HosfrilBl and ideased. He sak? 
die w«B to dncfc after die aockient. 
but dtf «ed onfy tBtuxr tojurles. 

The aoddeot ^ok piaoe apprad- 



matdy 3:30 pjn. near Treasure 
Wmti Road, l^ss said both vehi- 
des wa« travding ead on Shore 
Drive at the tane. 

Police saU they estknated Mil- 
tor's car was travdtog ajnroxi 
n»t^ 55 miksfer-hour wfaoi dw 
accjdoit occurred. The coni|>act 
offi' wed about twnMhhrds of the 
way under die rear of the bus. 

Poitoe said the car Idt no ddd 
marls windi led tinm to believe 
Biiltor never smr the bus had 
skipped. 

A Vkf^ Beach woman died 
Thuvday di^ as die reauk of to- 
jiffies rscdved In an aiaMeai Tues- 
day ni#it. pdk» sdd. Mrs. Hetera 
C. MartfaMdak, S6. died from in- 
juries iw received to a tmMruck 
accident on Dam Nedc Road. 

Fc^tee sdd 4Bqr have charged 
tie driven of both frudcs with 



dy l^easorer. V. A. BIhefMge, answers a qaadtos d a Deneeralto 

iBcetli«. Staadng. at kft to Oeik ef Gtocvit Coart and Cemmiltee 

table is IHiccter d Persaaad aai Csamiiltee Ctarfc. E. A. Cnberhense. Abad stefy 



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NEW AIRPORT 
PROPOSED 



VIRGmA BEACH - City Man- 
lier W. Itassdl Hatchdt said 
Tuesday the dfy will look toto a 
l»t3poad fimn the Federal Avtotton 
Agency to bdkl m aiipoit to Vir- 
ginia Beach to handle business 
pUnes. 

Hatdiett sdd Rkfaard Wdbbqn, 
Cooi^nator d Utban AlEain. for 
Vii^ihto Beadi wifl took i^o the 
matter. 

He sakl, "Virginia Beadi wiB be 
b^:^ for the federal govenunert 
to 0.V9 sertous oooaiderdton to om 
neecb." Habchett sdd he has heard 
discuadm d a city aiipoit for 
some time. 

■file pmpoed came in/i PAA 
d(xument cdtod a fi^year i»i- 
ttoad afa|iDft {dan. Un^ die jHti- 
poaal, cities sdectod fbr drpoit 
tovrovement or oonstruti^m ttre 
d^g^ to apply for federal grante 
vaadet ^ FM's metditog faaia 
prugran, ^ 



BEACH BANK MERGER 
GETS FINAL APPROVAL 

The Bank of Virguila Beach and First k Merdisato Ne^ona! Ban% 
h^dquaitered to Rktexnd. have recdvsd approval for a wfer. ^ 

The announoem^ oame today fiAowtog wwd fi«n the Oinptrd|# 
of the Curreocy to merge die Viigtsda BeMiKltorfok hank under mm 
of Frd & IderchadB effective Januiry 1, MB. Directors and itodc- 
h(dders of both badu have previously approved die actkto . j 

Skliey S. IteBmi, cinirman, and 



NOTICE 



The offtoes sf the Vfrgtota Beach 
iaa wB be dosed FrM«y. Dee. 34 
lar (he ahsanano d Christmas 
En^ lie sfBees wiB be ^cn for 
kwrisfss at Ike regshr tkne 
dasf i nsrsj a g 



Bdwaid H. Churdi. pred^exi of tfw 
Bank of Viigiiua Beadi, made the 
announcemeirt widi R. T. Bforsh. 
Jr.. dMiiTOMi. and J. Phillips Cole- 
man, preadeot of Fir* k Ma^ 
chants. Kdlam will becwne a * 
rector of First k Merchants asid 
Own* will be senior vice pred- 
dent to charge d tiie Virginia 
BMK*-T*«fo% ar«i. \ 

The Baric of ^^^gin» Beach has 
ten oSi^i to die cttke d Vfar^tala 
Bm(^ tfid Nd<iA. first k Mer- 
chanto has forty-two offices to flf- 
teoi Virgtoto cfltos wd cdnmuni- 
ties. iK^wSng dx offices to the 
Newport News area. 

The bade of Vk0i^ Beach de^ 
pcnitoaoa repodiiig date of Sep- 
tenober 30. IMS were pAJKOOlO 
aod Fird k Mmhente were $4SB,- 
300.000. T!m combined baaks 
would re&ct totol dqMstts of HM,- 
500,000; tdal resourciu of |n0.eO0,- 
OOO and iotad eapild of ICJOO.WO. 

OnttiefintoffliejnaraBofdie 
Baric <tf Vto^ Beadi d^is wffl 
oonte dowB and be replaoed by 



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First k Ma<chanto sigtis. The n«| 
aigas, however, \dQ be tampffiam 
while permanent dgna se h^ 
ded^ied and made. 




ERVINTO 
FOR COUNGR^ 



VIRGINIA BEACH - bidipe^ 
ed Rdd Ervto, am eseoMhw wMi 
Fto-Sader Co, Inc., auB O toa^ j^ 
wlB lUB for die City CknwS 
fnm i^iiinhaven Baxu^t. 

OS candkkM, 
ease dmod knmedlalsfy iMr 
LyOBbvrm CoiaicyDMn Samii 
Hardea add he would ad ran fit 

Enrin, M. sakl he to "ryostag to 
irin." A Nodh Cte<Aii m^OM, 
Epvto is a nsfredmr t» la^ 
psWfos. He is ipm pMdMl 
the Ckanfter $1 



i.y. D«^fc«r 23, 1965 



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worn THi Ladies and tmbr dauomtci^ 
MEM^ CHRISTMAS 

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ALL OP you 

FROM 

ALL OF US AT ROSE HALL 

Opf Mondavi thru Thursday evemngs HI 9 PM 

W* wB close tU 6 PM Fr%d0 Ctmsimas Evi. 




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JaBM It Jbniaii HI te home Unnaii Biwi>r, «m of Mr. tad From the Uohfcrsiiy of Virghila 

for diHiliBas iran Ilaispdn»«yd- Mrs. RM0v fii Cwtlir Drlrt. and homt for tfae hoUd^n is io- 

nes to be vltti bis parots, Mr. is among those itadnts home for sefih McNeal, son of Cmdr. and 

1^ Ifrt. ^am M. Jor^n Jr. of iht holidays fron 1^|sUigtoa aad Mrs. H. P. Md4eal of Bintaeck 

«M Atlartk Ave. Ue. Wat 




The social ev«it d the ^asm 
WM the Vtrgnia B^ch Assonbly 
Odb dance which took ^ace Fri- 
day ni^ at the Cavidler 'Be^ 
and dSbana dub. 

Hw Virgfaiia Beach A^emb^ 
was itorted in IMS by m%, fter 
Ion Bh and Mn. J^pies P^e 
wIkha %ve all \mm as womoi with 
great tocdtrship ability. 

To become a wc^sh^ (d tha 
chi> ymi have to be voted bi. Due 
to Uie limited n^si^b^^hlp <^hars 
m^ bec<»ne men&e-s oidy wtoi 
a vacffiicy occurs. 

Ilie band wm from Waihb^m, 
D. C. and kso«ni as the Devrras. 
If you have never heard of the 
Denms I n^^ m^ tiM they are 
quite fooaous as ^ is the band 
that pla^ tor affairs itt die fVUe 
Bowe. 

The fwrmals w<«i were all vay 
beautiful and (pute outstanding in 
dyle and ctdors. 

Mn. Aadra llsdffw wore a 
kng 0>tt(» luDcaded white formal 
with acoesswies of a bright red. 
Mrs. flM|^ JktwTj wore a kmg 
Uiie tomil l»tx:a^ in g(M with 
a ka^ sti^ to noatdi limd with 
sMtai. 

Others seen wert: Dr. «mI Mn. 
W. A. DIckiMaB, Mr. anl M^ 
James G. Pafe, jMr. aad iMr*. ^• 
in iGrwdy. Mr. aad Mrs. OaoM 
Little. Mr. aad Mrs. Pete nfilcr, 
M-.. jaad Mrs. Damon Taylor, Mr> 
aai Mrs. Hwiwdl Garey. Afr. 
and Mrs. Grkx McMbDmb and 
A(hn. and Mn. Taykv Keltfa. 

Mr. aai Hn. Mariosi TlMmas, 

Mr. aai Mrs. H. P. MeNeal. Mr. 

aad Mrs. R. R. Rkhardsoi, Bfll 

Mrs. Card Jejacr, Mr. 

aad Sfrs. Jtoit E. Savage, Mbr. 

^aad Mn. Herbert Smitli. Mr. and 



Mrs. dhnies WriUqr ad Mr. mi 
Mn. Mmmc K^. 

afr. ni Mn. nyier Jokaeea, 
Mg, aai Mrs. H. B. Moe, ttf, 
aai »«. & MereMh, Mr. Mi 
Mn. ArOv Wtader, I^. tti Sfrs. 
Fl^yd D^ntoe, Mr. sasi Mrs. Prea- 
ta% Bfa, Mr. Mi fln> Warren 
hA, Mb*, ail lis. iletdMr Ger 
ledt, Mr. mi Mrs. C. M. Bm^sr, 
Jr., Dr. and Mn. C. W. Dewalt, 
Mr imA Mn Jaka $yer and Dr. 
and MkB. Jete Mapp. 



Mn. 



Richard 9i7iges„ Ifr. aai Mrs. 
Joe Oittoa. fb. Mi Mn. David 
Peaier and Mfr. aai Mrs. S. L. 



Mr. and Mrs. CeeO 
Mr. Md Mrs. J. M. (^emwcA, Mr. 
aai Mn. W. R. AakSmm, Jr., Mr. 
aai Mrs. T. N. P. Jahasaa. Mr. 
aad Mrs. W. S. Ikcwi^, Wt. mi 
Ms. nsvt ^ariMnt. Mr. mi Mrs. 
Aaira BedffBoa, Mr. aai Mrs. 
fVaak Basker. Rfr. aai Bft*. SesH 
8t«iiaf airi Mr. aai Mrs. O. J. 



attracth?^ attffed in a red kaxt 
c«ied satin 1m% fcmnai with Em- 
pere waist, an untuu^ effect was 
ptoAxed by the long panels which 
casc^kd to the fkxx-, ho* ^wes 
ffirtdMd #ii draas, drop earrii^ 
of erysM Md iMtdbd^of rhine- 
rtones. Mil. PreHsn Hfac as alwiQrs 
lociCMi very beat^il in her long 
bUtdt fcmul of Pern de Soie witii 
sattai psids ttiat flowed to the 
hemihM. 

Othen wes mse. Mr. aad Mr*. 
pqrtaa Utoy, Mr. aad Mrs. Scot 
Taylar, Ifr. aai Ms. R. F. Traat, 
m. aai Mrs. W. W. MeCSaaaa. 
M. «ai Mi. JaaiM Sailer. Col. 
aai Mrs. Jet^ Moore, Mr. aai 
Mrs. frattna J. VMigM" a°d Mr. 
aad Mn. Were Di^. ^ - 

Mr. mi Mrs. Wm. RoeiM ^»^^ 
aai Ms. R. G. RiAetteM, Ih*. aad 
M«. K. K. Wallace. M-. aad Mn. 
L. B. INAaww . Mr and Ms T. 
C. Breyla^ Mr. aad Mrs. Monroe 
Nash. Jr.. fgr. fad fb%. T. ^. 
Roy^er, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. James 
H. Devennx, Jr., Md Mr. Mi 
Ms. floater &PMm. 

M-. aai Mfrs. J. G. ReU, M*. 
aai Mn. Jeny Carpenter. Sir. 
aai Ms. Nii Laai^ame. Mr. aai 
Mrs. Join Prestoa, Mr. mA Mn. 



Mr. md Mrs. E. 
M. aai Mrs. Aaiy Moere. Mr. 
aai Mrs. Stu Marthi. Mr. aai 
Mrs. M. F. Psgler. Mr. aai Mrs. 
f. B. Banwasr. Mr. aai Mrs. F. 
W. Cdie, M-. aai Ms. Oaofge 
pMOlpe, Jr., Adm. mi Ms. D. S. 
Maiena. CaL aai Mrs. W. S. Sa- 
and Aim. Mi W. Bany 



)avfs,fW. 




Aim. aai Mrs. DavM Glarfci Mr. 
aai Mrs. I^B. W Michuist . Mr. 
aad Ms. G. 0. Bdl, Mr. aai Ms. 
Pvwel Watsoa. Mr. aai Mrs. G. 
Berkley. Mr. Mi Ms. R. 8. R^- 
fcffit, M. ud Mrs. Chas. G&- 
Bam, M, awl Mrs. Geo. CH^n, 
Mr. aad Mrs. E. E. BaD, Mr. aai 
Mn Fleldhig Jeter and M. 
/Oqtrpribot Dfana. 

MiHm Ms. Wm. C. 
M. add Mrs. G. P. Davis,! 
aai Mih. Toss Bsaiersoa. MriMi 
Ms N. G. Wllssa, m. Mr. aad 
Mrs. C. W. HarrcA, Mr. and Mrs. 
M. F. Folgcr, Mr. aad Mrs. W. W. 
Vail, jM. and ^irs. IStM C^ 
m. a^ Ms. R. R. Bewk^. Mr. 
and Mrs. F. T. Goeie, M*. aai 
Mrs. H. V. Tasewdl, Mr. Mi Ur%. 
T. W. Gentry. Mr. aai Mrs. If. G. 
Bmce. Mr. and Ms. F1«Bcis Bd, 
M. aad Mrs. H. MeredWi.,M'. 
aai Mn. G, W. TTuitt, R&.,aai 
Mrs. Fraak Bn«g, and Mr. aai 
Mn. Herkert SmlA. I am jure 
with all the names I have g}ven 
somemie mi^t have been kft,out. 
tf this is the case please foi^e 
me. 

The Bow CredE Country Ckb 
held ^ir formal dtmce lart^Si^ 
urday m^ The ^air started with 
cocktails, bt^et ai^ fdbwed with 

The musk: was thirt of G a s r fe 
Aritae, his piano and turdi^a 
whidi k^t the crowd in a dancing 
mood. ; 

Of the many formals at this 
dance one of the most attraetiva 
was that worn by Ms. Fi|^ 
FletdM*. It was Mandarin ptylk 
d ratO! nnaterial, tH-ocaded a| the 
top and bottom with gold beanng. 

Some wlw attended were: Mr. 
aai MSn. Bdl MeAUster, Mr. aai 
Ms. Jaases D. Parlrar, M.'Mi 
Mf^ Eii^Me R. Gottrey. Mr. aai 
Mn. StiMqr B(Aiim. M-. aai 
Mrs. NIehiias R. CappeUo, M. 
aai Mrs. Ewl % nagriaiiy, Jr., 
M. aai Mrs. Jasiai Bair^ Gor> 
ioa Estfa, M^ MUrei Maade 
and Mr. aai Mrs. Fruit Weisd, 
Jr. 

Mr. Mi Mkv. Leeawi F^H«^ 
paa^ Mr. Mi Mta. J. R. Newoiu, 
Mr. aai iws.'IUMrt M. Fomsti 
Mr. Mi ifts. Ant OsiimhhI, Mfs. 
MMrii WMhflM laM mm. (Bffl) 
•Hlk. MjNUlY GMBtMAS TO 
Al£ u^ In tibe aaa^ parties that 
yni ttieed A^ig t^, s^tsm let 
SMe of m <gime fi^ir^^ true 
M^ni^ of daisteua day. 

Mn. Doris Maktnsoo of the May- 
Qmm, will \» Inrtm to an Egg- 
nog pi^ to a ssMdl group of 
Mmk m nimtts, Decent 
M. ft 1:30 pA. 

• * • 

Ui. tad Ite. C. 1. Herf)ert, 
IHV MtaHeMMk, aft wdcoming 
ttefr 4^^ Itt^Vetl^ 

coimiA, M Mm iw the hou- 

dm ^ m a, ^dmian Aident 
at mmt ^M> Aatfor CoImb 
is 1«aptii^|ti3. C. 



WEDDifsiCS 



ENGACEA\ENTS 






r> 



ilMt iliaii Itay BmIVo^ 
MinMiqr Hirt "Ikmm 4 



lak DjCX. airi Nnt Y«A, ito om- tad Mb Ata ttadnr *^ broft- Nortt 
^ lA Ive to Vbgata'BtM*. «r of Am briik Uve to 



At an^ id 



m.. kM^ ^ yw- 

Ml|f ii$iiftk in flu raii^Qfl^rti^ 

m4 <iN Itov. Win RHidL 

^ Wdt k t im^tm if Ife, 
wijink ttilwrf ^ir 1taUn|. 
till tl Agwi h fti jM if Oft 
■4 UN- DoMid IHffte thomat 
il MpAM* cm. 

IMESirh iNn to pain-ta^ 
If h« Mwr. Mtai & SIAk^ 
IftBfflig Ml h« riitv'i mM d 
h«ir#|«|riMiriiiiL 

kMl^ SLY., m» hmt mm. (kmnr 
9Mil HMV €l|l. SmMl XN^ 

fi i MUP Wlm Vt Mf«0. N.C., 

i v«dtfig Mp to CaWor- 
idU U^ fai Loi 



VmamA BEkCa-41^ nary 
rtwdgwii of Vbgteto 
biWHii tut bridt of En. 
GW7 FtetaBBMM, UBNR, 
at S pjn. to Eaatern 
flhart (iMpel. 1^ ceroBwy was 
iwimiy i J bf tfie Rev. Sktoey 
80iivt, ndor of the ctoirdi. 

ttt Mii ii the dnigUer of 
Qndr. aid 1^ Bttfti BaiM 
Hmdipni if fhi Astinn^, Ket- 
iHdk. llw h c M apocB n is a son of 
•fr. aad Mbrt. (SMWce A. F»r 
atanHM if Sldrad. Pa. 

the bridi mM ghran to mwrii^ 
by tor fAv. lbs nraoh Cnl»- 
tm if Cto Biffnii^ Md.. WM 
nMdd if Imor nd tibe brUt'ii oidsr 



mnraiiE — ite bir^ if 

Mm Vk|^ nmittM Dffrii 
and taitfd IVItoon Pi^ look pbm 
IMv% alt 4 pA. to l^wi^ 
Mitiboftl (Sordi. nt nraaoiijF 
Ml iwgf u mii d bgr te Biv. Ik-. 
Oirao B. Sd^ and tte Sifv. Rm- 
boi W, Uavte A. 

flii bride it the te^lor if 
Ifr. nd lbs. Jmn EdiNvd !)•• 
vb. The faridifreira to tta an cC 
M-. Md Mrs. G^^Md CNri« 
Price qf \lbi^te Beicb. 

tke toUe iN» #viB to matta^ 
% hm ttOmt. Mtai PrtoiAa IM- 
OMi MM naid of tomor. Mtor 
wM» iNfe lAn JoTce Bidgr it 
Badbrd, Pa., Mtoi Rendtad Bat- 
tt|^ Mrs. Wa^Dc Qarmai ud 
Um Judr NitoQD. Aadraa GMa^ 
bd wai fle«Pir |^ 

Ray S. T^ivfae of Viiflida Beech 
9i$m best man. Groamsmw mre 
Roy Dipltn, Geoi^ Lewis IQ, 
both of Vir^ito Bach. James E. 
Davis Jr., fanther of the tai^ 
Itovld IfdPlwrsoo. FtoBk Dsote 
and Bkimrd Itaidc. 

recepiDB ma bski b ne 
dastb aodtol ImA. AAh* a weddh^ 
ta^ thnw^ ¥b^iria nd to Wadb- 
togton. D.C.. Ibe oofde wOl Uve 
at 11» PontatoaWwB Crescent. 



A re^ftfa MS MM to te bnoe 
jf On IMft ^iBto Mtor a 
weddtof to|^ Ae eo^ irtB Uve 
^ m Mwiw Oavt Vto^te 



i^Wlit 



told, ^., 



MNoaHnKM 

VIRC^d BEACH - ne 
riap of Was Ib^ UbAhi fle- 
aoB aad V^nfiMinoB tflidei 
Jr. Uitk piaoe MMiqr at 4 p a. 
to teyifde P rt d ^rtortott Gh«<^ 
Hie pastor, die 9m. VmaiA D. 

tte ewe* 



nieteidetoa 
and Mrs. Hi# 




d Ndt nwMB CWw- 
meaiiAar Ik al 4 pA., to the 
BeoiiKiid Jwft & L^toi psfomed 

iM <1tf T f ! W i f 

Ihe brtde to te dn#*»^ of Ifr. 
nd Ifrs. imn PwmU Parra- 
monof «to#M||e P<M. Ilw 
Md^poon to tte aoB of Ifr. and 
Wm 1^ MMB OrnmaO, St., 
of A^ Ro^ 

ne brida mm f^en to marliie 



Ifte. Jota V. ffiMinis 
tte nf^pMSHl w WW 
&M V. iNnNai to 



Mr, and 



No dato toil ban ait tor te 



Jr. Ihe bfUipwn i te in it^ fay^MMv. M« linda Utochot 



i( AM«^ MM m^ of hanr 
nA^lba JaoUe MklnD, ceusto 
of dto bri^ fte of Arltoi^. iw 



Mr. Smpm to «ie an if Mr. 
and Mrs. rnd Samiian of MM- 
toon, Uaria. 

■n Pmsea p^Knano mm 
nincesi Asm H^ Sctod. She at* 
tondid Chtmm Ooitoge nd Hat- 
hfc Budnas Qpnege. 

Hail II im ttl^i n All III Ua ,.-, , ,|ji| I 

Msnoon M^ iffflOM. tie preaant^ 
as^'n D Be u. 5. smnanne aarv* 
im. afcoud tte U. S. S. 'Hianwh, 
outflf PesDrf HaitiQr. 

No date has ben s« tor the 
weddb^ 



llrt. 

nd fte toM Ifr. 
Mr. ani im Ma dM#tor ^ 

8Mto#& mmttmm mat Sr 

an Via ton dMsr* maid of haur 
nd M^. t. D. Hdl of NoiMk. 
itotor if fte Mdepoim. warn 

i iitiiiMiaBtit 

^tfe OuM Bd if Norlok 



PM^ Woamdk nd Jdn ft^- 
i^kte. both of WWamsbarg, John 
mton Kidgbt K and B]^ Hant. 
ftso Sissoii IB. brothor of the 
bride. 

A recipttoo was h^ to tiie 
ctoirdi iodal haD. After a weddii^ 
tr^. tte coopto will Uve to Blaeka. 
hag. 



Ifr. Pari &awiord, Sr.. wm hU 
Mo'a beat nn. IMhoiiNire UuKX 
Sm$m nd WOmn U. SMte. 
3f, Ae tMtfpeem'i ^matot^&m, 
ifca. H^ Q BWiniri tidaon from 
Mlid«ip|ri attiBlid tte <»«miM^. 

fbBowtag 4m ^mw^. the re- 
cepttoo wnheld t(t the home of 
the bride's p««ato at M3? Windf 
Ridge Potol AAer a weddtog Wp. 
the coivtouvfll Uve to Fiq^ettoviUe, 
Noitii Caroliiia. 



PATflUIOYES 
nOHKUi - Capl. L. S. Jote- 
son, WSK. nd lbs. JotaMon an- 
Bonce the engagwn en t of thdr 
stoce, Mn Suv Am Pa^^ to UL 
(J4.) fidinad Dattag N^fia, lU, 

Ui> Niyn to flie sn of Mft. 
Goidd Noyea of Poittom!^ Ifarine, 
nd toe tale Ekiward Dartog 
Noyes, Jr.. of Fafanoulh IV>r«ikie, 



Darid Itti^dl waa best mn. 
OnonnMB mre "diaaaas I^oton- 
aoBOB, toslhir if &e lyklegroam, 
nd Irjiii tltnufltitnn. both of M- 
dred, nd Middi^n Roger H. 

if te bride. 

A raa|dtoB ms hdd to tiie Bi^ 
BtotNKff dub. 

After a mddtog tr^ to Waahing- 



CICSAFeAKE— 'Ae wedAag if 
Ifln Gra<» latoabetb Tttdm- and 
^iraUam Shepherd FTi^ took fdaee 
Saturday M 11 am to daUette 
Mrihoiflsf Chavh. Hw Rev. & 

censnuny. 

Tin bride is tte dai^itor if 
John AUn Tucknr of Vbrgiida 
Beach and tfM tote Miti. Hidcer. 
Urn bridegroom to the aon of Mr. 
sad Mrs. Haory Alverta Fhiit Jr. 
of Virgbya Beach. 

llie toiite iras ghwn to rauriage 
1^ her farther. Miss fflod Johnon 
Tbcker of Vlr^ria Beadi was her 
stater's naU of hooMr and nly 
irttffidart 

Mr. Fndt was best mm for htal Dennta EugeOe Does, brodier of 
son. OrooRMmoi we-e Jdm Qa1toltiie br^ was baft mn. 
Fruit, brother of the bridegin>oai,| After a wedding trip to we^eit 



feOEDUN-DOn 

VIRGWIA BEACB-^itas Uada 
Gafl Doss becsme the bride of 
L«rry Ridmd Medto Itanday at 
7:30 pjn. to the AsseooUy of Qod 
CSiur^ T!ie Rev. Snwti B<^r. 
paiAor. perfumed die oemuopy. 

■Hie bride ta the diugfater of Mr. 
nd Ifrs. JsBMs E^ar Don Jr. 
llie brUtagroom ta ttie son of Mr. 
and Ifrs. Ddmar Aknso MedUn 
of Newton. N.C. 

Tbe to^ was givn to marriage 
by her graaMstimc, Jsmes Bd^ 
Doss. Mn. Ataon L. Bani^ wn 
her sister's mirtnn of hontor nd 
0^ l^eodnt 



WOLFSNARE 
PLAMTATieN GC 

tYft«AVa< - llie WoHnare 
FfaoMtoB (^idn CMb held Ito 
$mmi Cbtotona party at the 
home of Ifra. F. C. 



Mm Pa(^ pvduated from Vir- 
ginto Beadi H^ School nd ai- 
taoded Eae'e Bntoan OAege. 

Lt Noyn ta a graduate of Deer- 
ng npi acBooi, rotvuBa, neDrai 
AxMMKmy, Hnvon, Matoe. nd 
Harvttd Uiyvei^. He ta msrfing 
as operatton oficer aboard tiie 
IJ9T Lorato County wfaon home 
pert to NaMk. 

A WQr weomg ■ pmoea. 



Lyrafaaven Ootony Garden OJb 
jiMl^ the Cfartotmia 
nd awazded blue rib> 
bona to Mrs. J. C. PSke. Mrs. C. 
H. Afted. Mrs. J. L. Hto|^. Mrs. 
C. J. Wtost. and Mrs. M. J. Sch- 
warto. 

Red rjUxns wenl to Mrs. Fredde 
Oobn, Mrs. R. F. Edwards, Ifrs. 
Raan. Mrs. J. J. Wfaon, Mrs. B. 
T. WUUams. and Mrs. A. P. Cal- 
hoiai. 



OOLfraOffMAN 
V»Gfl«IA BBACH - Ifr. nd 
Ifrs. AMs Ifan^p m ei y Ode an- 
nounoe iie umagsmisK of tfa^ 
daqgfater. Mtos Betty Sue Cole. ^ 
Jdinaes Oaasdd Boftnaon. m 

Mr. BUOuiaun to Ae sn of Ifr. 
nd Iba. Han Geofg HoftnnB of 

1>tii.<iiH 
rNnVOK. 

aOisColeta a WB graduate of 
Prineen Ane U^ SefaooL 

Ifr. Hoffcnn ta a 1184 raduato 
of Mtaury M^i School and ta aerv- 
k« wtdi the U. S. Marine Oorpe. 
deotroBcs schocd to 



^UII«IA aiACR - Mr. md 
Mn. MnB rrtOWiEK w^mwm^ ^» 

te a^ig a rosBt of Ua 
lin ItetoBi Battit 
IPsMT, to MhtoMpmn Stontoy 

n ill ■■!! llii^ai Wk 

llnlWaavir to the dau#itor of 
lbs 1^ Ifra. RoawMty Mayn 
fimm iif ridibililitiH. fa 

SBdddpMBH^ta Ihesnof 
iCapt Storiey Robert Hokn. Vm, 
(lit), aad Mn. Hotos of HorfoHc 

Botti 1^ Werner and MidbUp- 
DMn Hekn are wn grvduatoi of 
PriBoan Wgi Sckid. Mn Wiavir 
ittngsd (W Doomon unege 
lAire ^ ms a menim of 
Orehesta. 

lUMpmn Holm attended 
OAnMn Ihrep S c h e ri , Wsilito(g- 
ton, D. C, befoie eotertog ttw 
UidtMi sum Navii Acadenoy, 
AoMpolto, Mi, whart he to n the 
Dan's Ltat aai Ihe Superinten- 
dent's Ltat XJgm gradntin ta 
June, he wtt be coRBiyaatooed n 
eesipi to the U. S. Navy. 

A miUtoiy weddb« wfll tala 
pbne to Jne to St. Peter* E^ 
oopel Cburdi, Noci(&. 

Miss Hdn DidMs, daiq^itar of 
Captato r. L. DuBoto OJSN) and 
Mn. DdBda, has Mrived btan 
Su^ G^ige, &tatid, to spsnd 
the hoikli^ with her parento. Bet 
m has recent^ ben ^giei to 

toe ytu^ Grw Ooifll 

• * • 

•litt Patrida Ran, «^ i^nds 
Gariand Jveekt Ojitaga to Boatoo, 
ta qwidtog Ae hdkUqn vkh h» 
paiento. Mr. nd Ifrv. Edward H. 
Rem of B«y Cotony Mve. 

Ibilb Robeson, dang^iter of Mr, 
nd Ifra. Lacy M. Sobeen. saof 
to the North CaroUna Weskyn 
Choir to to CtoMntts i»t)gram. 

• • • 

Ifrs. L. E. JMkaon o^rtatoed 
a amafl group of friotds tA n 
^gnog party reoiii% to her May- 
floww apariflDMBt 




Mm JEAN cMomm mam 

(Moe Pheto) 



iaxa«(VFAiiNi^ 

VBSGimA BBACH - Mr. and 
Ifrs. Ward EHs aanoiaice the en- 

gagMiwnt of Aeir dau^to-, Jen 
CMnaan Jffis, to Ri<£ard Urn- 
nee Kflfbmis, Ueuteium, Uirited 
States Navai Reao^e. 

Mr. KaCainK to (be son of Mr. 
and Mn. Laurence M. Koftomus 



of Anrora. Wneta. He ma grad- 
uated from the Unfrera^y of B* 
Vatm m Ml and ta servtog wMh 
Attadc Sqosidron 72. NASr Oceana. 

IOm 2aUs was giaJualed tma 
Mary Washtogton OoQe^ to MM 
nd ta a mndMr irf tiie Coiot 
Hone EkmeaUny S(ftool faadty. 

A January wiMng ta planed. 



W»«aii*s Club Princess tone 



VWGIRA B&ACH - The n- 
Mial Chriatmn party of the Prin- 
cess ABM Wamn's C3ub of Vir- 
^ Beadi «n heU recendy at 
Ptoe Ttw ton. Mn. George L. Al- 
dridge, preaidiat, presided at the 



Ifrs. J. item Davta and Ifrs. 
Shermn Btdta reported n the 
weens of Ae Til Amad Aattcpies 
9nr nd annowKed tiiat tlw pro- 
ceeds wouU tarn the Club's 
^ed^ ci si^port to the Atka^ 
Meetad Heakh Hygtone Hospital 
soon to be erected c^/pottbe Wit- 
^da Beatih HoipiteL 



Mn. AiArey HbIbmi. nnto 
CQiranittee cbifrnin, praNalid 
mOnn MiDar, dtoedor of mnls 
of Vk^Qto Beadi High School, who 
acconqianied the VMS Madngal 
Stogars to a program of Christ- 
nmMBito. 

Mra. Emi^ Bmnm, Fkie Arts 
Cammtt^ infroduced Ito. f^Mra 
nuntogtan wfao eatartatoed the 
mendiers wttb iwo ^am^ md. 
iqp, "ftoppy Cfartotosa^ fay Uii< 
Itairitf, and "A OBtobBaa Mo^ 
mnt." 

(^nOett fkiwer araafraaite 
nd deowatioM m&% prodded 1^ 
Mn. C. W. Jern^^ 



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*302 LASKIN ROAD 
VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 

GtmUemen's Clothing — Ladies' Sportswear 
Open Evenings Until Ckristnms 



LETS TALK FASHION & GIFTS 



By ALiaBREWfl^ WHITE 




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Hallmark & Gibson • Special Order Books 

• Christinas fords 
for unusual Christmas gifts and sacking stuff ers 

FIRST JN GIFTS AND BOOKS 
2202 Atlantic Ave. 
V^ginia Beach, ^a. , 

Open 9:30 AM. to 9 P.M. 



Smithfield Hams Cook- • Cheese Sets For Christ- 
$4 and Packaged For mas. All Brands of 
M^ing or Christmas Cheeses. 
Gifts. . ^ 

• Delicacies Of All Kinds 



SfosuL WarLi 



(GROWER) 
210— 23rd, Street Phone 428-9313 



m FOR THE MEN 
Smts, Sport Coats, 
Sum^^s, Belts, y 
WalleU, Ties, Socks. 



FOR THE LADIES 
Sportswear, Cocktail 
Clothes, Raincoats, 
Hosiery. 



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mffom^iwmA m&oNAL touch" 



One-dXMdde- w straplen ta tiie 
question these hoUdays for the 
wdtdmsed tody to dedde. For 
fnmal to-^. it's just as amut 
to wear a stumiii^ oneahouldar 
gowa, uMA reaUy "canoe aA" 
last Sprtog. as it ta to «ear a 
stnptou benty. Ih:obaUy dw rer 
son for die popidarlty of the om- 
shoulder Uttto number ta that it 
lends itoeif to such flattering dra- 
petaa and to &«saal ibfapery. 
yon nuist adtoitt, en flattor any 
figure. Abo, die Indin tad hn 
been so popidarly ct^ded tb^ tl» 
oneshoulda- costume ^iwa tiie 
wearo- n Oriortal fedtog tsa^l 
B you we oK n a cndw or renri 
sojourn after the hoKdays, the nriw 
wii^r vacatton dodm ne raort 
appealif^. V«y soft and fomtotoe 
kx^dng. Hie stridden diort mi 
laii formal foodES are atuntog 
nd eqwctoUy tf you ^ that MA- 
skto tn whito getting diere. De- 
d|per Osear de to Reato for the 
Houae of Jan DeiAy (Virgtoto'r 
lirte faddn geidus) ta probdi^ tto 
b^ to straptoas Anu desigu. Ii 
leans towwtta the 1^ Empire 
look idiich onbraces toe tov^ 
draped Unes so flattering to the 
ladies «^ tove to wear formats. 



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Om Im^s have just retwnttd from New York. 
Bm*r come in and select early. 




mtO MmMc Ave. 
Fhmum4451 



304 Laskin Rd. 
Phone 428-6346 



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Jast the eestene te toKe atoa« n 
CMtoel 



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Awuds, 



OFF TO MANBATTil^! 

Your AWbee will leave for New 
Y<»rk n January second to cover 
tl» endtb« iUnericn Dedffien 
Sprii^ Fa^ifHi Pr^ Wed( at Dd- 
monico's wder toe fabidoia Bea- 
asr Insbwrtfs (UrectorsMp aad 
the 4flih Nattonal Fashion Press 
Week of the New York Colore 
Qnm, toe. te folkywing wedc, at 
toe flMd Aator. with pert KMde 
rainiliiiffs managl?^. We've ben 
kee^ up with tbe toshkm atory 
tarice a year, Jaouary and July, 
dace 1M8 for our mSh and teto- 
^^ikm fdtowers and dds time wiQ 
atao be repwitog tlK exdtemort 
for the Virginto Bndi Sun. Better 
J(A thta down n your calendar of 
"maste" lor, certataly, you'U 
want to keep atoieaat <rf die new 
Sprtog um Amoicn faddns. 

BMOirns! ' ; 

And. of course, we man the 
00 and onfy BrigMte Bardst. Whn 
die stopped off ^ plane to New 
Yoit tort llaaaday a ma« H 
amern wore n^band, ^todig 
away. Sudi ta fme. We unda>> 
stood diat n the same plane were 
% young Americn sdiltan, home 
from ^ wan, and imA a di^ 
cmera mn eyed hta Ins toward 
these fine fdtows. Wdl, at thirty- 
one, Bclgltte Bardst has proved 
what pitfidty and promotioo cu 
^ to diese ttoon. She certainly is 
no faduitt^m gal. to fact, dw 
wwe a pretty hmiiile sleeved 
dieato and idm die boiuK»d 
d^t for d» i»ess he* dress* cos 
tatoly eoK^adxed the obvious! Su- 
per Jouraal-Amoicn adunmirt 
Ml Shom's commerrt wm "Not 
too pettte A Uttto zoftig. to fact." 
And diat dxRH sunos up the much- 
teralded fint trip to Amo-ica fcH- 
thta 8»caDed sex4ftton. ^, me! 
LA9T MmUlE WYS: 
At Frt«^*: 1!ie FToww kf 
ras^emeBt Ctoiodar, the 20^ an- 
niversary iittttaB, i^ Beka Yn 
Pdt WBan for glJO. HaUmaric's 
^incthe freetfa« cards, beauti- 
fidty brocaded (Nanette casM and 
ch*di ponn to BMddi I7 Maacot 
These an r^Sfy stutming to gdd 
and idi«e or Uack and wUte wtth 
diamond e^togi. BeautVd {dato 
and aparktod )m^lmry candles 
gold4M»d nd lA dsM.^K> Itfud- 
SQBte pnt^mu'rl ^vaya! . . . At 
WdtolM'a yni'K ftid a tobtdoos 
c^scdn k eostoneaporto Jeir- 



gda n your M nd stonntag 
nm's ^rto, sweater, Ue and 
bdtolor toe mato 0' the spe^. 
lUs wee diopireidly hn to be 
Rafted to mradato (be hi0 type 
max>hndtae^Hhe good tarte for 
mn and wonm and thdr faa^n 
needs! . . . D e atoa' s taio dbops, 
Adai^ Avenue and Uiddn Rnd. 
are chock full of exdttag gft 
ktoau. Tbey ^ wrap nd ve 
moat paMant to bd|^ you nadn 
up your mtad to yoiff sdec tton. 
liieir ftony aad clevs* ttentt for 
ffiUi^ Um Chridmn i4i*rMffgf are 
moat ipuaud and you'U luve fun, 
too, to sdectii^ them! 

ne C3sdMag CShert ezudn bor 
pitaUty tym e^rance. Ymi find 
the rti^ fflort coocttiiid dbout 
Y(H; and your wnto to flOlig 
your ^ ltat Ibe tocHes d^^ 
meat with BaAy Wcfla, the niil- 
fa^ to^ipy hostiM, ta a Joy wMh 
HMh smart after-five, eocktifl nd 
formal ftcddons lor your ^ooatog. 
We to^ toe oka itod fobrica 
n diaplsy; audi gagr fr^ppirin for 
tbe yongsr set to tfiemn'i de- 
pifftnient. you'U find aO nuner 
of totert, t^ nm's conaantfca to 
most UQuaial parking nwiyn 
neirt-bok swartera, tle^ anivpy 
diirts. earcoato and^ evarj^ddiv 
to di^rt the male drirtmn^ree 
acavenger! ... As for die leaaMe 
Marim, tf you've never njqwd 
one of tl^ apedalty eodted 
Smttlfidd hams, tUs ta tbe yev 
to trert ynmdf and tomfly. Sea- 
side Mariwt hw a kitchen on toe 
prendses i^ere diew ig^ckm 
bms an cooked to ado* nd 
dx^E^ed to^wen ta thta workl. 
Ihy pbckage thm. too. f<n> gift- 
givtag. Ilidr spedal recipe bx 
cooking hms ta out of tota woM. 
Fm tart mbxtte pidoiin. tl^ 
uniciue^ padcaged chenes and 
oocklffa ;ddUto aake aotcellert 
gi^. 1%e Seaside Ibskat Mbm 
too! ... /ta tort minute rontad* 
tn, lef s tak fo-^ the vaikf^ 
KcessoT^or-tlMbonie g^ at 
Wflb BIHep. Hie handtome Cn- 
aiM^ padoagn of d^doos 
XkA cnAai nd die b^ey saiBr 
po|» of obty kyt, crystal dnr. 
in^vidoal frutt cakes booud prrt 
tity nd tiaey bdta^ i^ at too 
Swert Ship! . . . Ibe Ctond. Ln- 
vto, Aip^ nd fii^ak haAm 
toUetry 0* at hgaai^ flam' 
acy rt toe Ibyfleweri, woodaifM 

ufei gitol . . . Evoyddng far tte 



knitter at the Kail^A4ll Asp n 
90th Strert wlwe you en buy 
toe koMtii« bag or tand and^ffl 
wSk ttnA nfpkmam^tx a'new 
factor aad pit yoo' frtand or 
dis^tar started « ^vouimM 
rili^trtloii and torti eirf to of kott- 
tfa«. ^ONy Itove dnaes here, toe! 
. . 1^ you totow tort you dm 
Mt the most tuq^itaite aad uoi^pe 
tdde <knoirttoni nd ontor at 
nnianini « vi^Pto ■ mamnm 
latofto aad QMa ■topi? Drop h^ 
and an for j^Mirsetf. You'U be 
aoanid rt Vlfgtota n a adri e ks n ' s 
giBius to dds fidd. Sudi cpte 

rtoddqg sMfoca ;h9^ M- Pf'* 
a gradoate oif a CaUfon^ dei^ 
tog idwd ^ cn bdp you to 
become a Bobtto Connaineur, 
too! Drop to to ddi cnttlj^ diop 
nd you'U be ti^^it^ your bonrt 
to AJUtee for tclUng you about tt! 

AS BAlfVA SAYS 

ma, tt's dirt day apta for «- 
dan^ gMa aad die rtxp thit 
dieen nd tovtag our f andltos and 
Mauk anew. Itery Chrirtmn 
from MMbn to you and you and 
ispedally YOU! But, taf s nrt far 
grt toe dev tttde Babe ef BrtUe- 
hem nd how die |^betfii« aU 
began, jto ibe aan^ne, may tbe 
and Laid waft bedda you. 



CAMP 

mi Laskin Road 



'CITY. FURNITURE AT 
COUNTRY PRICES" 



14Ms ai JJSif^ 



428-5951 




"Everything For The Knitter^* 
300— 30th. St. 



Phme 428-0944 



• Loffs Candies 

# Busza-Cardoso Christ- 
mas Ccards. 



mHushton Stuffed 
Animals — "Pride of 
Afnerica." 



Men's Smokktg Pipes 
amf Tobacco — Foreign 
and Domestics. 



.2!iwe«t ^hop 



Princess Anne Pkam 



Phon0 340-6158 




Men's Gift Sets 
Cameras. 



# Cosmetics Of Ajl 

Makes. 
,Christmas Cards . 

• Universal Electric Christmas Gifts 

s 

A G. E. Handy Hanna 



nMB FOB dnnsES and rb- 



aev IW Beisat and Cntoe Gal' 

widte taHewal to a dft Msad to 
a JasMi^ twe ptoee salt. Hw 
sin I, uiiipad Jarkit biittoaad fr 

dtort aUrt. Destaaed ^ Wm- 
■Mrii Ban «Mi Jaaaity 



Jn^am. Pk 



No. 1 
207— 25th Street 
428-6363 



armac^ 

No. 2 . 
34th. Z' Atl^aic Ave. 
428-6467 



Make your Christmas gifts and dee<traiiim$ Wtt 
Virginia's assistance. Large assorhnent of gifts to 
choose from. 

Vu^» JUL* C4b & g$t 

2106 Athniic Ave. 
Phone 428-1355 



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At ttito simoon df fh« yMr, Wfrfi all 
4he hystte ^aiid bualU, the W mmute 
sll<^ir^f tN w^appHng *of the pres- 
4i^ th9#lmai4ii6«^fh»1iM,!tHei|>r9- 
parations for the Christmas feast, and 
^evM iie tfi^Mtieaee of thildren wait- 
4ig for the arfMil of jolly toW St. Nkk 
|3t) ;he a strain on the -nsmm, ito ^aay 
IM leMt. But it is alrvKHTt over fcr 
anot^ year^ and It isall-re^fy worth It. 

For most, ^'N^ay season is the 
httpp^^km'^ the year. And we hope 
that dirlstmas 'WS will lae the hap- 
pM 0)ri«tiT^s .^^er for evieryone. Ik>r 
#• MMi^tity, ^is te rer^lfeiy possibb. 
^Mwgha f^ tell us Him« have Iseen more 
Mhs than ever this year and more 
mfiOBY h^ been ^nt, but certainly 
this istffK^ thecom|A«te route to happi- 



Happiness at Christmas, to us, means 
tNi warm#i of friendship, the spirit of 
giving and i«ceivkig, "Mie glow on chil- 
dren's faces on ^Hstmi^ morning, a 
iMg mmUt > roarir^ fire In tiw fireplaoe, 
hi^mU "^ "^ifjyil 'll tqfgt^er, and 
being at pe^lV^pfh the wodd. Most 
wilt ie a^ tOi^loy tfiU kind laf hap- 
piness, but some cani^t. 

Atony men will not be at hofne with 
tNitr familiw ihls Christmas. They will 
h» in far awiy pt«»s attempting to 
<iMkB.tkM wMld J sd^^plMB in which to 
live. They will line oncosts and battle- 
fields so th#t wetan^ic^ybappiness at 
home* We are graWft»l JbtNam, and sin- 
<»rel/iiope ^^ '$m m\\ i» ^kmnm next 
yil^ $K4ny Amities vs^ll ^ touched 
v^th tragedy tfcte Chrtetn^, victims of 
the <»$ualty lists in .Southeast Asia. 



Those families have our deepest sym- 
pathy. 

Other families will not be ableto en- 
joy tbtha|>piness that we have describ- 
ed above. Tneir economic status will not 
penr^ frivolity. Charitable organiza- 
ticms have tnade great at^mnpts to help 
these families, but the fact remains that 
nrwny will not be able to enjoy the ma- 
terial things that others will. 

This, of course, is not all of the pic- 
ture. The iwliday season should mean 
much more. The religious aspect of the 
season is too often pushed far into the 
background and almost forgotten in the 
rush of material things. No matter what 
the circumstances this Christmas, we' 
feel that the feeling of happiness can- 
not iDe complete without the spiritual 
a^>ect. We urge our readers to reflect, 
to give tlwnks for any of the joys of the 
season, Iwwever small they may be, 
and never forget why this season has 
historioally beime the m<»t joyous 
time of the year. 

To our readers and advertisers, we 
extend sincere season's greetings, and 
our very 'best wishes for a merry 
ChristrriM and the happiest of New 
Years. It is our way of thanking you 
for your generous support in 1965. 
That is your Christmas gift to us. The 
only gift we have to offer is our pledge 
of strict continuation of policy — to give 
the best ne^^^paper possible, published 
by, for and about the citizens of yir- 
ginia Beach. We offer that gift in all 
4itimility, knowing fully the resporvsi- 
bility we have to you. 

May the joys of the season be yours. 




Jl mcMy Hmmyed Ammd 



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AMght m well faoe it, men-^you've 
beih 'had. And #fong about midnight 
Oimtmas Eve, unless you smarten up 
fatf, you're going to be had again.tLook 
^rp, or on^ again you will stumble 
Into bed at 5 A.M. Christmas morning, 
■ hMgard, red-eyed victim of that an- 
nualTiorror, rt\e urmsembled toy. 

In oWen times parents had two ways 
•i^^^^ingtc^s to give their children for 
^ci^iMS. Thfty ojuld buy ^methirg 
at rtie store or make something It 
l^me. Sut American business Ingenuity 
—that i^od wkb-^wake, n>as8-produc- 
Irw ^vArtcan efWerpfise— has qome up 
v^ «!#i|rd jhcto: t<^ you buy at the 
^W9 and make at Iwnw. 

The scene Is realty too familiar to 
need description, lite it .is Christmas 
^e, and the decorated tree tv/inkles 
and glitters with the |oy of the sea^j^^ 
'The kids have finally been a»xe|a%o 
sleep. Mom and Dad have filled the 
at(Mim)0S, AA/ramM^ th« lait?minute 
gifts, heaped the packages high b«- 
Mft\ ffw new. 

m^ «ll ^l*e fMdy 1^^ bring 

jnlor's $40 fire trudc, the wvefH 

..aasure, to take jts ^Nce erf ho^iNsr. 

When the crate is opened, what do they 

No fire truck, but a box full of 

3t0\ and a^rn {^jvr^on from 

f9>^iMwmiAmilim a ^ 

^y are lw*y, it is ckme by 

!v reinforcemw^. invite those 



bachelor uncles and childless cousins 
over to sip eggnog and beam at the 
kiddies toddling off to their visions of 
sugarplums. Then thrust hammers into 
their hands and set them to woi»k. 

Don't forget out-^-town entries. 
Aunt^ll, in Tulsa, was acting in good 
faith wl»n she phoned the department 
store to charge and ship one doll-house. 
-But you know pet^fectly well what the 
department store has probably sent. 
And you know who will put it together. 

Chedk tt^ old toolbgjK. iiMm sure 
thatevry^mg Isihaipentfteadyfto be 
worked w^. See that ^pu *m #quip- 
p«d with «ll the OMffWWK), «Bve^day 
tools thatMeordinavilytfmurpedlor toy 
assembllng*-fpllers, >I^Rfm»r, socket 
wrencl^s, offset scrtw^ivwr, rattail 
flM, etc. <^e(* the Band^^ld siipply. 

At pi#i9nt tbat is^about all that can 
be done rto ease the agony. Someday 
Congress will Wake up and|pass a law. 
It^ill aurtwfi«Bt^ Mlctimi«f any un- 
asswnbled toy, wlwn ihis woi^ is eom- 
^^•le#e st^mvit^f^ie «>flilM menu- 
•Wurer a tbill ifir <tjme arvd m«»iials. 
V^ges ^ill :be ,p»vflBlllng union wtes, 
0ew»putid of course, at time and a half. 
The»chi|9« for a single Chrittm« Eve 
will brif^tlie Industry to heel. 

iltatil then you can only proceed, 
forwwa^^-arHiioraimoed, to fight the 
good iW^' < Clhtd »b^ tpiarmission ,f rcrni 
'The cRinfinii fl'iiwes CaloTdar 4 En- 
gagwntnt fookj" «T9WS) 



A businessman, with an interest In 

all of Tictewater Virginia has recently 

revived an award which we consider 
richly deserved. Harry Price was select- 
ed as Norfolk's First Citizens of 1965. 
We belleveM^choice was an exceH«nt 
one. ^^ 

As a businessman, he has that ^ 
markable quality of direction. He aaw 
the growth of this entire area and be- 
came a part of it. Not only does his 
business cover Norfolk, but also VQi^ 
ginia BMch. And we are proud to ^ey 
that Harry Price owns .a home in Vith 
ginia Beach. We like to think of him ai^ 
a booster of the entire area, obviOtM^y 



Including Virginia Beach. 

But the First Otizen Award was not 

given to him for his successful business 

endeavors. The award was bestowed 

upon him for his efforts in promoting 

^ civic and public affairs through many 

years. No accounting here could cover 

nis many accomplishments or his many 

efforts to help others. And truthfully, 

SwB do not feel that it is necessary in the 

%st place. Those who know Marry 

Price know all that he has done. Those 

jxvbo do not have missed knowing a re- 

<<narkable person. 

We sincerely congratulate him on 
this a wa I'd, not only as a Norfolk man, 
but also a citizen oiF Virginia Beach. 



WeSlNiHMissllliti 



About ten years ago, we met Jim 
Darden. Our meeting had npthirig |p,di 
with affairs of government. 4^im Darden 
gave us the opportunity to tpke on a job 
that we enjoyed immensely and Will 
never forget. The job was the direction 
of the Rurltan Qub Minstrel. We ttm, 
eternally grateful to Jim Darden for^ 
making it possible for us to work oh 
this production. >^ 

At that time, we knew vaguely that 
Jim Darden was a member of the Prin- 
ces Anne County Board of Superviiors, 
butquite honestly, that fdid not coflf^ri 
us th«n. However, we vi^re stru<tkiiy 



his sincerity at that time, and his inter- 
est in civic and governmental affajrs. 
We knew him then to be one of those 
rare individuals who took an active part 
in the growth and maturity of a fast- 
growing, and fast-maturing area. He 
had the foresight so necessary for this 
^rea. 

He has served the County and the 
City well for more than a decade. We 
are sorry he has found^ it necessary to 
leave public office. We know, however, 
we will never Ipse hi? interest in public 
affairs, and we appreciate that. We 
thank Jim Darden for his untiring serv- 
ice, and we shall miss him. 



We regard the Virginia Beach Demo- 
cratic Committee's ctecision to hold a 
Councilmatic Primary Election as a gp(K) 
one. In fact. It would seem to be tl^ 
only.right decision at this time wheri fhe 
continuation of a good governrt^# 
close to the people is at stake. A pri- 
mary election certairrly will allow the 
people— all of the people-rto decidaj. 

One of the things that has distres^^ 
us in the past, not only in Virginia 
Beach but also statewide, is the k(t\^ 
vote that always turns out on . election 
day. We hope this will ^ot 'be the cuse 
in the Democratic prinrwy or |n #ij?^ 
General Council election in June. AA^ 
hope that ell th(»e Vfrginia; Beach ^h^ 
dents \A^ wish Ito nvali their opinions 
known will do so «rt the ballot bojc. 
Itiat is the proper place to nr»ake m 
qainidn kncM«^n. 

The |)emocratic Conrmvittee at its ri;#^ 
roerrt tM^eting :atr^^ed the . absolute :im* 
portar^-^ 5^1 ng new voters r^istfeif- 



ed, so thattb^ wlllbe ableto take part 

#) the two MfM^miing elections. We 

fagree. Whenjpotential voters a»e urged 

to become qiMlified, ¥« N^^ettet they 

.will be most anxious to ;ta(^ ^n active 

part in the ^\«rnment of the City of 

Virginia Beach. The mom qualified 

j voters and the larger the turnout at the 

.polls certainly brings the gw^rnment 

ctf any city closer to the people. And, 

after all, tbat is the ^xpfws purple of 

^Ood government. J 

^ One df the big problems of any city 

^jls voter apathy. We hc^ this will not 

<be a factor <in the CourKilinatic elec- 

ttons. We hc^«liOittwt«ll non*quali- 

"fied residents of the city will register, 

.then go out -and vote, both in April in 

^he Primary and in June in the General 

^tectlon. If this is done, then no one can 

have any complaints. The people will 

nbave spoken, and by so speaking will 

(hAve choaen , by denoecratic pr i nci ple& 

•the (best ' nten ipo^ibb to repre^nt 



GLEE CLUB PLEA8E& 



Twdv« lambs fowd tfnir «^ «V 

id0i. 1^ Yife idumil, md tbea 
yalmA ibm mti 0kA to Hiig &.', 
tbt GMi£mm, Mmter nlgb* 
Amoag tht hoite .irfio he^ 
aiahe ons^^ utv0SEo^£t w^« 
X^ ani Ml. Mm t. A^ttnuier 
«nd Dr. tfid Mm. fmsk QiHldi 
lAn Ms^t^ted HolMrt Pratter 
md Win Mr rt (ftDMr. Other 
iMOdbes <rf tte cooxn^e were 
Dr. MtR nnud^ Jmms A. Qr- 
pey. .W. Pe^dn m^. Dooakl H. 
hBKnsmg^ and Nattw K 
Baaiy, Jr. 

Ae pa£t Iwrfi'e yus» i^ Temo 
Heatb. fomo'ly of NewpMt New, 
Tsmi th^ vmsm «tti tiie |6 
s^her in«tbe» at the a»c«C t^ 
iudi ^wN^tea aa 't^oBRkM^" 
N<ro ^rfritusl. "XMs Tmts." nd 
Kos of Yak whid) iiRkaled "EU 
Yale" and a melody d fpotiMi 
scN^i. Hejotfaa Broni ftloc^xn 
and Atc^at «%re cHmaxfd by tfie 
fiMl rentttioo of ttie trnxm "Butt- 
Dog Yi^" aaog. 

flie profpram q;>engd uMi 
'Motfier of Mm" ncndmmc aad 
f^rturing f^HBio Heatib'a Tbrae 

fiOUNDIHEE 




RICHMOND - W. S. Rounhw. 
Naamwnd Cbucty Ganw Wardoi, 
bu been namtd to succeed Rokaod 
Balrtead as G«nie Wardm Supar- 
yvar of tf>e Hampton Roatk Ks- 
trict i^wn Halatead'e retirttnent in 
May of im, according to the 
Game Oynmlsskm Laiw &tforce- 
ment Chief Join H. MdrfWigMifi. 
Rowtree juined the Oxntmmm 
field ftMx» in 1946 following grad- 
naitm from the F. B. I. Natiwal 
Pc^ce Academy, aod a 5^ year 
bttcb with the S;^lk polic" -k- 
{Hartonent. He was namied Game 
Wa^dai of the yeai- in Uffi on thp 
basas of his outstmiding reoord. 

IbisHma was empky^} 1^ the 
Qeme Oommission in ^96 and has 
served as Hampton Diilrict S^per^ 
vasor for £3 y^ars. ,]fis vad know- 
ledge of TitdmifiBar Virginia, es- 
pecially the Back Bay Area J-^as 
made him m invaluable source of 
advice and com^I on mtatters 
which a^ect thfe s&Alan. Owing 
hia career he h£^ done mwii per- 
sor.ial missionary work for i»o- 
posaSs to in:pTOve condltiiwis for 
Back Bay sportsmen and wildlife. 

Rountxee wiU b^{ih ^.«wjmiilm#ipg 
the duti^ of si^iervisor prepara- 
tory to takmg ova- the post m& 
30, 1968. 



mtmx 



(Coi^tlm^ ktmk page One) 

The r^mbtioa, pa»ed l^ the 
Democratic Conmittee, states that 
candidates murt ^ignate whetho- 
they are seddng a Borough s^ 
or an at large seat when they 
consolidation of Princess Anne 
County and the City of Vu^a 
file notice of caadidacy. K a can- 
didate ckxses a Borough seat, he 
must live in that bonMij^. 

In local matters of this type, 
the Vffginia Goira-al AssenWy nor- 
maUy bomrs the requests of the 
interrated Delegates and Senatora; 
thtfelore the Charter diai«« are 
expected to be passed quicMy afta- 
die General AsemMy convenes "in 
January. Then Democratic candi- 
dates will be cboseaa in the Pri- 
mary in April. They will then face 
any opposition in the Gaieral Elec- 
tion in June. 

Afta- the resolution was passed, 
the chairman of the Itanocratic 
CqpMnittee, John FeiHress, a^ed 
for any owmnaits from the floor. 

V. A. (Jack) Etherit^e noted 
that in anticipation of Inrfdihg a 
Primary, ^wts had been made to 
n(^y aU potential voters about 
the poll tax deadline, which passed 
<m Decetritier 14th. He said that 
many peraais jKiid the tax, and 
that there are now about 19 or 20 
thousand registered voters in Vir- 
ginia Beach. He added, "We can 
expect a heavy vote." 

Etheri(fee also pointed out that 
under the provisions df the n^r 
Federal Voting Ri^ts Law, sew 
voters may regiiter throu^ilii«h 
8th for the Primary, by paying 
only 1966 poU taxes, and that ff 
some jirtw^ voters are missed 
by that time, the hwks will be 
op«i again after the primary urtO 
May 14th, (w quatifying to vote 
in the Gaieral Elartiwi. He aig- 
g^ed that each m^ober of the 
Danocratic Caranittee go out and 
^ new vD^s qualified. 

Anotba' spe^a. ^ Progan, 
said Otrt all should be i^reed Ih^ 
reprdless of advatis^. bill- 
boards am! speedanaUi^ paeai- 
al ontact with the v<^ers is nMst 
important. He adced all meniiers 
<d the Committee to "get' behind 
thek- work on a precinct kvd, 
^xiome that's n^ere the dectkn 
'fni be won." 




noE 

fc»r. ifiilfrtd a ^«#^wr ado 
in ,Mpa«Mi <p|WI "Yivahe % 

yair^ mk ^ « «tiN^ >«"• 
Miv^r tf the flnM«iW#'wwkl 
tap- tatnn V tte ViSi Mte ClUb 
ht m u am . *&> 4Mb aiag wldi 
S J^rnim ebamm ^ JfM coo- 
cat. 




diaice, „ „. . 

.want «f the '«M4i0il" vraa aiag 
ttar AeMt 4«»lM>#«r toy the 
^*. At liaMMe NM'^wly one 
«M A«B iVi3##1 4tf Mt forgi^ 
"Qmv liB*a*te OM W*ooy." 
CAe nuMtaiAil and joyUaticated 
enmd mp^m ^ ^ ms was due 
nMri) 4t> ynt to Vawo Heatfal 
JeMiiMh^ »s,tbe dacBaftwl Jiingaa 
•eemed akaooat t^nodxad 1^ the 
.fooAntw'^ «MUe,liipdiu 

DOUGiiAS iPNQUD BARNES 



OMUWlZimON 

(CaJtfaued from ]^^ Out) 

beeo a iwidaQt 4f lanahaven 
CkdM^ for la yMft. 

Ite ilite vaa fom^ amoinc- 
ed wKh a atatement ripMd by all 
eaniMates. The >tert of Hie state- 
ment foOews: 

*'We wish to foRQpfly aiaioimce 
ftat we vOl effir ^ <pDdMa(es 
for the (Xy Goundl. for Oie aty 
(rfx^irginia Beadi, sii}j«ct to the 
Deropcrgtic Primary m April S,| 
1966, and we wtt lun veeiec the 
pljm that has been recoHmended 
hy the Qty Comdl, that is, one 
man from ^tch boroi^ and four 
at lai^, to be w^ on by all of 
the voters of the C^ id. Vlrgmia 
Beaih. 

bi meUiig thk Joiirt amouice- 
moit, we are aware of ttie respon- 
sfcffities for ^ positien and the 
needs dt ow (^, moat of us bav- 
mg beeo adive in CKy fov«ii> 
ToeaA, in (me phase a* anottia, for 
wva^y years, to a growing City 
such-^ ours, these posHioM <^er 
a challenge that wiD r«|uire frwn 
us our vwy be^^ We pMSe to 
devote our efforts and our tnagy 
to the contmuati(» of good gavem- 
ment aiKl the advancemerA if w 
dty. f 

We will, betweai now aod dec- 
tkn time, make kaowm our iviews 
on the important problems UriPg 
our City and wffl wekoiqe . m 
opportunity to ^Eeoiss oin- pofittons 
wilfa the peofde." i 

•Die five Cwistitutional (|ficers 
of the City ol Virginia BeaA and ^ 
those present Cktupcikoen who re 
not SMking re-election also issued 
a joint i^ed ata t— e ot , JK^hkh 
read, as folkws: " 

"fWe wfadeheartedly a^iorse 
the i^iato of Organization candidates 
for City Council of the Ci^ 4f Vir- 
0nia Beech. 

We believe these mai to be 
gentlemen of uit^ity, w}^ will 
oonaciaAii^sIy strive to Insure 
{Mt^ress and ecawmy in City 
govemnent. It is our hope thpt'the 
v<Aers of Vii^ia Beach wj^l en 
thusia^ically support these fncn.' 



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mES CUMB 

HIOHiifOND — Last seEeoi. was 
a pnxkiciiive one for Virginia tra|> 
pers judlging by the 377,7«8 furs 
and hides bandied by Ucens^ Vir- 
ginia fur buya^ during tte 1964- 
63 fiscal year, according to the 
Virgkiie Game Oanmission. Mo4 
cf the increase was in nnekrfit and 
beaver furs and deer hides. ^&i^- 
rat pelts tdtaied 287,982 fbiowed 
by C,348 raccoon p^b, 16,9W deer 
hJd^, S.fflS opostNin peite and 
6,e9r*^B&^w pefts. Totals on otha 
knportant apt^ bieiuded 2,017 
fox p^. 800 ottor pdts, 3,963 
skunk pelts, plus 1^230 nutria pelts 
from Uie Btty Bay area. |lWe 
were a total d 76 iKensell f^r 
dei^ers liandlii:^ funs and hklM 
at wimlesale and retail lemk in 
the state during Ok year. 



'(Continued From Page O^e) 

h<^^ wcA we i«tM to esipre^ to. 
hkn our a^vrecutiai of Us athrKe, 
coq>€3»tkn aod ai^iint miFe wish 
him aiccesB m the futra^ ffr tte 
advaoemMiA of o<r City wd tl» 
oontouatien of good govawnent. 
His sosid ju4groent wiU alw^[ys be 
af^ffectaHd." 

At the tiroe <rf hLs withdkaiarai, it 
was mt a»owced who wwtf nm 
for City Comdl in Iteitien's rtw», 
but thae was specd^»m tql the 
name M mmm mm betforth- 
coodi^ aknrat immediatefy. (See 
editxffiiB ctnnet « P. 4^} 



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WILSON'S 

Flying 'A' Station 

Va. iMch Mvd. A S. Ma» Trait 



nifaa^ vdad A to Daooriber 
neett^ to wmk m tasvue to 
rtito huottof wd UUng teoMe 
fMt «iMD tile GaMnd as 011^ y 
meeli te Jtenivy. aeorateg to 
Ex^^lvv Vimitix Chifitir F. 
1%^. Ibe need for the ^aenaat 
durkig ttK m&9 fademlum w» 
^trfcu^ pm^y to risl'^i onef^t- 
^ ptce iriA our ^^ opaattoB 
creKM ki ib^ wUury sci^ «^di 
bia MX gme wmrcteca Mid fl«her 
O u BMaiBteB fie!d pir«npd |ar 
Mrind ofter ^ie «i|x^^^ In 
reoart pay ad^)urt9w^ v 

"Qmt reveraa tei aotbaa kMp- 
feM pace wtti giff rUng apenrtkn 
Md mainteoanoa co^" Fbdpi 
■^ '*«)d te order (o^nKAfM 
retito tbe enofrit^ea «c oead ve 
AnoM glv« aur iiU tox^ a pay 
laccease neM ynr ainR|w-iMe to 



(jrdinqs to Al 



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THE C. & P. 

TaiPHONE 
COMPANY 

OF vhk^inia 

OFFERS 

PERAAANENT CARffiRS 

m iss c»iiiitrNicA'noH3 ran^ 
«o QUMi^isD 9gc%vx ana 
aoaooL oaADUAtM. 

to IfAKI AN AlVOHrniENT 
fOft lWtl«VlEW, CALL COLLWrr 
MS-MM, Otl APPLY DntaCTLT 

to iss amcE at 130 w. aon 

it., ]R}WOLK. VA.. MONDAY - 

nuBAT. e^ao a.m. to 6 p.m. 
X iiMi r 

Aa eqtitl upportunltr Maptayw 



IhM irWcli rfoto ^Msa if i^ato 
mt^ksstm akMdy iMwe nNltwL'' 

n^ iJao ctted the bm! to 
em^md Qmm CMOBtelM' p^^- 
p^ms and i«rvioee to MM the 
Vm'm demaod for piMIs oiMMr 
racvpUoB faaUiti^ a^ open 
apaee. 

"Tlie Wst^M Oufidooft V\m, 
wliidi \iras ao wdl ractfvad v«eBV 
ty at $be Govemor'a OoaliMMe Mi 
?Mtt^ iMMty. c^ for ^ «o- 
tfU^ft iHd devekqpiiMirt aC {N^ 
Ito kHntilg •DJ filling laciUMi 
(fcvlig 4I» a^ tM yean i* m 
•ccal«t«t4 Me. We can ^ tad- 
ai^ aid ii oirryuif out 9m part 
of the ^t^a Ottfdoora Fllft, but 
we wUl have to provkk flMftdife^ 
{tank in «xi^ to do k Mid aw 
ai^ awroes ol aodi fiaiii we 
|ceii£e fe»," he said. Tha QaiBe 
doonnii^m reoeivea 00 imnvrki 
tiona fcaD Hie atate Qtaunk Ftad. 

Ihe Vlq^Ma Outdoors Ptan wai 
dev^Q^ by tfaa Outdoor Aecrea- 
Uwi ^iK^ Conete.^ eaMMkAted 
by the IM GeMral AaMn*^ and 
hi»^ far SeiMlar F1t«ge«ld Be- 
iaAt, tlis I%yi was todudad in a 
Npot to IN dantwr aod mem- 
bm of the General AsseraU^ li»t 
Novennher. 

The Gone OortmMoo'a pvopo- 
wA to indfeaae hunting and fldi- 
ii% %s0cm revenues would raoe 
individuiJ license fees fram ^JO 
to IB.OI, ahd would es^bUA a 
coninnatton state hunting and fkfc- 
ii^ license that would a)flt 18.00. 
fbHa ^ t^Mttann who now bu3ra 
b(Hh a Iwntmg acd a |ishing Ucen^ 
vmml^ voiH p^ |M» more per 
year be^iffiidg neat July tot if he 
dufi to 1»9 tta con£inaAkai M- 




Vfrglnla Be«^ aiN, TJwridty, t^om^m^M 



Loanr ughted 

mm« ikMi 4 kanra ifalBaaanMa ^liH wm ei^aMaa wy 
to the artlitte amiipae.1 •■ *e h^ 




_ CMahi&aa tree 

m vte^hr al wha ertir the Ge«ral Baiiial d Vfc^ito 
MM^^ .Mi «!>« dMkl aeaaanl jA to Iha ha^ial are (kit to 



Mctwed wltti the ctobl ataa ea al «« 
rtfrt) Mr^ R. O. Beater, gariea therapy 
Lrit. oMhakttM; Mi Mrs. Fraak CiK. 



I^md, On Rl^ •dMeFa 
<H*a«tah«*' #ft of goad <«Mhea 
(iiieaaheto) 



LUCKY LYMiaL GOES WIST 



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I f^at^" mil &^'M . "IS 
CAVALIER GARAGE 

Holly Rd. & Cavalier Drive 
\mmmwmmmmmmmmwmmmmmKmmm»Mmi«K^^ 



UST MINUTE 

GIFTS 

FROM OUR COMPLETE 

SELECTION OP 

WATCHES, DIAMONDS, PEARLS 

GOLD, JEWELRY, SILVER, CHINU, 

CRYSTAL AND GIFTWARES 



TOURNEV WflHIERS 



W«G1^ BEACH - Hie Boy 
tEwn edtiiM from VBHS domfaiat' 
9d ther a|»rto dh^iioaa fay oaftor- 
^ tiie te«i tittes in all three 
K^BS-fitedi^ flrat la the 8th 
Grade Soooer, 9d) Grade SpeeAaU, 
Mid lOdi Grade Touch FootbeO. 

Otiier boy wtanare bwrfved 
PAIS to the U-lSth grade tooch 









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MM, told lOtti Grade Tetnia 
Mt Oo3C RS in 10th Grade 
IKirDo^riea: B^prida to n^iaft 
grade TeaUa Derfilea. 

Ibe 1^1 winiers ««« lahiy wdl 
dMrintod wfli Kemps. Jr. toUng 
the Soccer: On HB wtontog at 
SpeedMil: Bayaide i^ctortoua in 
10th Grade Held Hodny and Cox 
HS vAac^ a aaooad ttme to the 
U-Qtti Grade f)M WiAief. 

the toumamente «4oyed good 
werther and excdhnt partldpe- 
«lon wflh « boy/gM team entriea. 
ContiDig the Boys Tennis competi- 
tfon, o^r 4n abided woe to- 
v<^v«d to the biggeat tea Fliyitoal 
^ducaOon tunout ever. 



vmmnk mach - sum 

migMt have envtod hor bar youth 
and haamy. athtot bar ptton aod 
bri#* lutum, but iiw ha lfly moat 
who were preaent |fc jft ^«^ 
LormwU Baas off 
vied her the chan(s to etctfie to 
ebe land of naddne m th^ aS 
atoiyed bdikid 8ld^^:tag in fl» cold 
wiBtiy wbt^ of a Decenber day 
to Tidewater. 

Aai wanned I9 the itoccni good 
wiflbea of an her Mends and ^ieud 
dfy oMkiids, meny "Maa Amari* 
cm TeefrAgM^' bottrded 8w jime 
to w(^ vary ptdbMf wtt be a 
joianqr into i p»^(^ IMmb' . 

AooompMded by her {ttxxid ji»- 
roto. Mr. and Un. Wihnor Bim, 



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Frank R. ¥ord €0. 



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VntGINU BEACH 
mi ATLANTIC AVENUE 



NORFOLK 
» GRANBY STREET 
MAMSM f 



MEMBERS AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 



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Lyonel raohid a 
Hde ftoBB gte band of hat achow. 
Cox Hi^ and was fmrnmiwrn 
a cbaifn for he# bracelet kma tte 
by SteVe Csiniinsaen, 
of the iladent M$. 

Ms^or Faif^ Dweh pM her a 
letter of gnettog to ttojMppr ef 
Loa Aoplaa sad CHr MeugCT 
Ruai^ HaldMtt preisntod her 
wlA a e6loiiid ooac^y. 

Ha^ ^J*^ wtti hv dtr- 
tag ttie fuaflHad days wHo wtt 
faidade fatt iMKto to 
teieviitoo item sod an 
anca to tbt Iburnameot of 
parade, mdcea (hto 00s hoUdqr 
aaaaoQ As wfllctoi 






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•Md&f o Oudstoaos 
rich In bto w lny . 

\.^pkUt. If won Jnu, 



•S7 Va. Beach Blvd. 
^ Pkene 421*7121 



OwieR Bdward Bareo m, son 
of Mr. and Urs. CAarles %. Barco 
Jl*. of 307 W& ar^t. Is among 
the winter quarter pTttSgM of the 
camixa chaplv of Phi IUpf>a TaM, 
nattmial sodal fratem^, at EMt 

Carolina CoUe^e. 

• • • 

J. I^;^ HoDnd IV, a sUd^it 
at Blue Hi<^ %Atxi\ for Boys near 
Charlottesville, arrived last we^ 
to sgeaA the holidays with his par- 
snto, Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter »rf- 

land IH of Brut(m Lane. 

• * * 

Tl» Headmaster d Severn 
School, Sevona Park, Maryland. 
is mort piqued to anaodoce tttot 
iM the end of tbe £Dd auui^ pe- 
riod, Laurence H. Itohtotti, son 
of Col. and Mrs. Floyd I. R(4)in- 
son of SM BMcook Road was 
Sfwwded 2nd honors. Laiffeooe win 
be graibirtad to 1906. To M|ato 
WeA hoiMfs s boy mu^ ^ve an 
average <A 85 ptot»tt for all sub 
]^^ and no gnijie itmler 75. 




"helles"-4^S. 
EBea Nercam. 



ttoika, Mrs. Butt 



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0. Holy Nioki 



May aH ih© hcrpplnesi end joy <^ ftli 
wondrots fime come to you and yours, 
flghffng your days v^ peace cmd con- 
lenhnent And may eoACairistmas bring 
a new and g!<^i« nom of enduring 
low and hope to ewyone, everywhere 

FRANK a TARRALU JR- 

AND ASKKUTES 



during this ~~ 
es|iedal^ gkid time of CkishiMi^ , 
«i*dlln!otxleiidMrl«l 
MiifaywisliestoyM 
ariyovrs.lrliflsbeiooitf 
pleosoritosimfM 
ami wi ftoik yoB 
foryogrk^ 
poirom^ 

• Mi^<%% a 

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ZrioAdie L^reehmore 
AND STAFF 
2608 Atlantic Ave. 428-3991 






ART-YfftBTY 



E^ry Hdtday Seespn ... For A Hundred Years 
H.D.Ohver 

Has Taken GrenA Pleasure In Extending The Joys Of 
The Holiday To All Friends And Neighbors. 



Harry D. and Jamm B. Oliver 
ti2-ISH wS^SSm 



By 

VifilQINIA BBACH-aeat^ wis 
e^ei^n^ere itt dte Alt ^IsictotM^s 
aaihial ChriitAas pmty MA M 
jeeek atthe Caya&r. Hotel. It 
IMS hard \o tmSAt tiMm ^ 
beautifully decori^d fronds vA 
toe inside of the CavaOw wore 
wm i^pMltot. or th» htfid^ 
or tfwre participai^ of ttiiptfty. 

FMn afar, vertical l«d lights 
shorn fram tiK ni^ita^ «f aU 
{k»rs and a huge sled wi^ Swto 
and rttiideers was set t<k «Q tiio 
south laisn lAfii an mimmm 
U^ted wreath wtth loops of cd- 
ond steetric light stmns die- 
(ti^ the ottiBide pdittobL 

On the inside a hiq|s ^Siri^tois 
tf«« \im^ to die mis. Down^ 
^^^ rsoi|itioii b^. pund UMto 
set with saawy damai)t ,t#%1prt ii 
e^ed with nd mAWmmUm 
A imrWn^, cryjlMA bowte of 
reCreshmait. And aaoiher Itrge 
Santd on the bale(# over the 
^gum^ noMted ovef ookirfitQy 
wra;^ tstodles. 

Chtfies Qnnamd. 4to iWW 
mtou«er. was to the iAir "Hm^ 
seeing all arrangemniM, sad was 
seen chatting with Mr». Lamsttca 
Tucker. Mtos Sallto Pidptt Cor 
bdl and Miss Ruth Kppatson who 
is vice president oTth^ assoeia* 
^em. ^ was snsqpping' ^'chores 
ial seDing art cflsndsrs.. Mrs. 
IHtcker ti ^ BeautMcsSto Com* 
mittee of Vir^nto B«aflh anke of 
varioiw eildii whh^ are MDatidg 
crepe rioyrtie trees to ttie Ci^. 
Effi4y arrivals were «W Misses 
DcfWttt, Mr. and Mrs. George A. 
Garrett, mijfif, Md Mrs; C E. 
Hert)ert. --^"^^ 



ihraitog ^owns suod bacitos wa« 
pietatoat nod tamf men w«re 
seen Wteriag ooMI cvatoer- 
tofflds and Chrtototos ttow ttos. 
Mrs. ttehard nylos war# • Aott 
mwve iMO ani MM; Itn- t^a^■ ' 
rett had (to p4e frni ahtto with 
her minli coat. Mrs. Bliltort Wore 
hhie.4nith mtok« ItM. TMtker was 
rajwned to' faladt laNr Mts. & E. 
Tbwnsoid -wore aqua Uue s0k 
with a fox stais. attd Mary Lon 
ftUffi&er, a VMUbtt «f <ie Qvk 
dbmis. HM ahtoilii hi a fetadk 
and addto olf-ihairiWiaMl fi^Mssl 
with crisatniss laos tMoc eBaeti 
Mcentuatlng her giMen poiif. 

Other fashiob pMdis oKad ««r« 
Mrs. Kit Fdithio whose olMialdder 
gowa with striped cape was aioet 
i0sclh«i Mrs. Kttia Mirciai hi 
leo gr^; and Mn. Ruth llos»' 
tttod had'i jMqpta told whito Of- 
iired ev»yflg dnss «i^ hoodod 
cowl, - 

Gone were At piftiti|ri^lirad 
sladu and oeaial wear of Oe 
artisto when tt^ walked tafiMMik 
the namas wt feslhal. 

Pr^oA dso mre Mr. ipd^rs. 
OoU^ Htterd, Mrs; C. f, J§0t 
tto. Miss iUy mimbetlr Otiq^ 
Mr. and ^^. Edgto* Tupaan, Mr. 
and Mrs. Richard Tv^ CoL and 
Mrs. Warreo 8. livtftMi, Mr. and 
Mrs. Westey deftiens with datigb- 
t^ Msktdfib, M^ 6h«« (Mpa. 
Mrs. Ri^trt M. B4ytf Sr.. iTrs. 
Penn C. Hlrinao JEr.. Md Mr. 

The dvie ChariiSi, mder tho di- 
taction of CiNtrW Oliver. prMont- 
ed many old and new ChrisHnas 
carols ... and many >itoll to 
the renditioas, inchidtag loM 
guests. Mrs. Ctnrles Utl^ atimr: 

n^^q^)d oQ thi piaOO. 



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P^t4A 



Virginia Bet* SUN, Thuredty, Pccett^f 23, 1965 



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, «t tte WHm S VmiAm'* home far te Cuvalftr Owto Oub't CtaMmm Tea. Ar«iM{em«*i 



Cavalier Garden Club Christmas Tea 

VlRGn«A BBACH - Mrs. Wil- teriato waw used m either side of 



Hhb J. Vma^m opmeA her tovdy 
IMV kone at MS Bklie roid on 
Unkhorn Bay for mesrbesrt sstd 
pMfli of the C^alier Garden 
CU>% ueiMi OuiaiiBis Tea held 
iMt 



L. 0. Qttfc crealed the 
Qfwriiead decontioD for the dH»^ 
M^ oring maeooUa leaves and 
hmb tsnOt, and flaqueB mder the 
M0» fttmed liie doorway. 

ttinlwie teifs i^Kfa pink car- 
ngtiflea Mid bkie qpcuce were uaed 
by Ifo. E. A. Ikil i neblffi to cemy 
out tte decor of the ^i^ room. 
Tr^e plaqijes tiring ffife lame ma- 



fttw«lsoaie 

lfeai>ers and gue^ gathered In 
tfie lai^ family room where the 
OsriitzMa tree was dectK-^ed with 
am^xM poite and dried hydran- 
gea UoMoms were sprayed red 
Mid trimned with ^Mor. 

Mn. Roge* Mnm of Ridrnvrnd. 
a mmim of the Garden Clvb of 
Vh^^nia sai former ecfitor of Gar- 
den Gcss^, AfcnnA sMes of 
Chiirinias doorways in Old Eng- 
land and in Wiliamsburg, point- 
i]% out ttie changes yrar aft«- 
ymt. 

Mn. Hafbneister and Mrs. Carl 



Santa Drives A Bus? 




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M. Rau, co^hairman of the decor- 
atb^ conatuttee were Msi^d by 
M«. F. G. Bartiun, Mrs. C. G. 
Bw^uan, Mrs. K«meth Treschow, 
Mrs. Hden BrockeribrcM^, Mrs. 
G. M. Whitdiurst. Mrs. G. A. Mc- 
Girire, Mrs. Ray Jarrett, Mrs. R<rf>- 
ert T. Sofidd, Mrs R. H. Spessard, 
Jr., Mrs. Gilmore TiMwook, Mrs. 
J. T. EMis, Mrs. James A. Muri*y, 
and Mrs. MitcheQ L. Slupman. 

Ihfrs. Iton^ Land, hostess diair- 
man was assisted by Mra. Patrnk 
H. Mtai. Mrs. SofieM, Mrs. Eflis, 
Mra. C. R. Kennedy and Mrs. Ed- 
wiardDikm. 



POCAHONTAS 
VILLASE 60 

KEMFSVHi£ *- I^ocahontM 
Vlfli^ Garden Cki> held Ms De- 
cwiier mee^ O. the home of 
Mrs. An&vw Jolwson with Mrs. J. 
E. Dan^ a^vii^ m co^iostess. 

The ChrMmas program wm 
0ven \fj Mrs. S. G. Irela^ on 
'^Dowways mA Deoonrtions." 
PoQywna 0fta were exchwg^ 
Mid the pads^is judged. 

Bkie rWxm vutanen were Mrs. 
Jbhnsrai. Mrs. I^wis. Mrs. J. T. 
Godwin. Mra. D. V. BMrrios. Mrs. 
Mfloi KMbou^, Mrs. W. C. 
lUte-, Mrs. Onwur FV^tin, asA Mrs. 
Bobby KenttaD. 

Gunts were Mrs. Can^ McGhi- 
t^ wd Mrs. Dot Duncm 

tt w» annoonced ttiat Mrs. J. E. 
DavM w^ a Uue .rfebffi) at the 
Noi{(A: FederatHMi Oiri^mffi 
Show recently for h» (borway. 



• UOALNOTICfS 



PUtiUC AUCTION 

PiBiwant to Contract dated 
April Mth. 1964 by and between 
R. R. McOwsn^ and W. E. Bar- 
bow, parties of the first part and 
Gastxui B. Fiddler and Lttlie M. 
Fukher, parties of die seomd 
jMut; diePB ^»11 be a PiAlic Auc- 
ticm on Wednesday, Decemba- 
2»h, 1986, at 11:00 A.M., at 3006 
Arctic Avemw. Vii^inia B«kA, 
VirgBiia, known as Atlantic Sea- 
food, to sell the foltowing items: 
1 Walk-in Fte«ter Mid C5oni|»-es- 
sor; 1 Waft-in Oooter Box and 
OompresBor; 1 Di^^ case; 1 
cash register and adcfing machine; 
1 Scales, and MisceUanetws fish 
equipment. 

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niflftter of pCTsonri p ietoite t. tail a ifpe 

met^- li, tfw *1ivi«| CfaMttM tret"- 

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Bqrw, (mm of 0«vi|te ^Aftiicir A W 

i imre ptopla are :oohiMg td ^ir mrMrf 

tfit pMl a wmtM^ ^ 1MB nMUad liaHt 

VMitiliM «• hmi aoHid to iUi ^We are At Dattbr 
Ciilr, ffc HitoMf tr ^te %race, fte J^>aii^ Kaek t>b». mA tiit 
HitNt Mdpar IM C«tir. 

lAi Mlpir ii the fimrite tradMoaal tm of VMMafli. «d te 
Daaii^Ja i JtHrtil i U awin ^lyilar - It giwa faio > b^ iail fraa art 
4o« attiep i iw% i*d tai^ ^ «^. Ihe i^niea to a}«} a. tarrttademl 
te«» «litt lii gpew iia, bul te ranlttai ci^oeain» tM t nMt bt 
wil Itetf lir Ml«allta. RcaidH^ iM« the asft a<r of tilt beaer MM 
1m«c At ai«gt auMiai «Hh Hit 1^ 

•aMHatii aUve, ttiea w r gt e ffl H roqiMraare to be kspt ta eos- 
d^ fcr ^ufiag ... but not Bsydi Canwlicr HMMry daHvaia te Irte 
«A te iwta rnniaid to a biA of (fiit and biark^ aecarky. H«y«t 
rtcattiMBda it \m t^bmA to a tarfe wmHA ((oMtf^ dHfeririitA ivMi 
a Aug or laiia 4aeM«lfld dotti.) the hd\ of dM iniMt bt Ippt imap 
bi$m wtA. A pi«^ of pte^ over the burk|id M «il ttUin niKb 

9mm)»^.M Js aUve, H to not Aa^aragenw « a oit JiM "MA it 
^ioA te dkfJiAio the boiw, biit lie«f|W dill It wtf. tbioM If it ao^ 
how gBt iKaae* TharaEore. tt aboiit kt kept amj fttn Breplacca 
or ndtotursjod if Ite. A cool ^^#tir a fite^ to Ntt both for 
aaftty an4 to {ifM^rva 4w ptyw^ iHniiVpte tf tti %^. 

R (» aid tfnoM bf 4igcfmlbed the aaiae aa amy Chrto|maa tece. 
Ihe ^adric Milvildt hpnn H, tbou ^ i<^ «i|r Mtlgl^ hhqp 
tarn teMa#l| tmnt Ihto dow net cdM dN Jfe tf %iil, 

HayttaM^faoonwMDdK tbM tbe Mvtug tree Hat bb lU^lnttieboaat 
loiiger fta^ M days. 

OHMiar Skraary debven the tree and nil rii» Nntet it ki your 
fwiaAv HiaJMIiitoyi. Becauae it has Ifae M of <lit; (be to«e is ven 
imaify mt bvilP inowe v^&nui ftoper eqpi^^ment. But I jrou wut to 
fkol It i^Ml. be gveft tbla t%>: Ptece a Aital attt^ nai under 
flie «aafatii^ aqd pifl on iie nig lASk aanwone tfeai^ the tree. TUs 
■lakBa the natitag more eastiy huKled. 

WlMB «» ^ to {>lasled in the yard, the bole imtft be dug large 
anougb far Aa imtg not to be crowded. Water weB andrcpadd ground 
tMtj aranod tailMeol Aa tree nd stoie ft Mcurefy ae i^iter wind 
«il not eania i % ImJjUjfi H^.tvc^xm get a Snki jrip b> the dirt. 

tf it aaasi to 1^ that ^«fieial uid ^ OuMiito ta^ 
eoRie mora aJSXMh we every ^, you nrf^ chad^ to^ the id» of r 
kving tree. A favorite size aft the Oavi^ mamtf x» a 4 foot to Vk 
«r 7 feet toiaf^Qaik loxMnd $» to $U . • ■ wlAiitf ghw yaufe (not days) 
^pleaaure. ,'i; ■■j;-';-'^ 

Ofew of iiai^Mili^ dl)ottt having a ^riag dridnua to«e to that 
ttiere wfli be taDcmerit. eol-ie^?teak>b. «b«^ It to ttne for the tree 
to ba d iBni|t ^ t<F # ito d a ee i < it !o a a ; Ev«j«ab 4^ a^le^ laioiri]^ AM 
IN pfk^ tm to oat gabig to be pOt awaQr iMr aHoAer ymt aor ab^ 
Aaei to tito JqNe iBtfi. n 1^ atc^ aihet^ you c«tt n» it Aiy lito^ 
iaMiMg hlftut Hbd ^lier ipRd atlB. ghiing plm^ii mb^imA «f 



VmoiniA Bea^ch Suit 

VMW3INIA aiACH VlW^iNIA, THURSDAY, OtCEMfiEl? 23, 1965 

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Iwu th« rHght befom Oirl$tm«t 

wH^ ail throy^ #» house 
hlot ttfMH/i^ was stlt^ng, 

not m0f^ A mouM. 
The ih^ings were hung by the 

. chimney wtth care 
In ho|}es that Saint Ntd^olas 

soon would be thertf. 
The children were nestled all snug 

In th^r ^edst 
While vMoni^ sugarplunfis danced 

i^ fmk heads. 
And Mamma in her kerchief 

and I in my cap 
Had just settled down for 

a long winter's nap. 
When out on the lawn there arose 

su(^ a clatter, 
I sprang from my bed to see 

what was the matter. 
Away to the window I flew 

Nke a flash, 
Tore open the shutters and 

threw up the sash. 
The moon on the breast of tl^ 

new-fallen snow 
Gave a luster of midday 

to objects below. 
When, what to my wondering eyes 

should appear . . « 

But a rliirtrature sleigh and 

eight tiny reindeer, , 
With a little old driver '; 

so lively and quick,' 
I knew HI a moment 

it must be Saint Nick. 
A^bre rapid 

tH^^agles his - 

a>ur5ers they came, » 
And he whittled Mid shouted 

•od caH«d ^ 

lliemby -g 

^Tldw, Dmil Now, Danced 
', Now, 'Prfrtfier and Vixen I ^^ 

On, OxTigVOn, Cupldl 

dh, Dtiiner and Blitzen! 
Tfo the lop of the porch, 

^4he top of the wall i 
Now, dasH awayl Dash away! 

Dash aWay, all I'' 
,As dry Joayei that before 

tKe wfW hurricane fly, 
\ft^wrt they meet with an obstacle, 

moufit to the sky. 
So up to tiiie housetop 

tliJ^ coi^iers they .flew 




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With a sleigh full of toys 

and Sdint Nidiolas too. 
And then In a twinkling 

I heard on the roof 
Thii prarKing and pawing 

of each little hoof. 
As I drew in my head 

and was turning around . . . 
Down the chimney Saint Nicholas 

came with a bound. 
He was dressed all in fur 

from his head to his foot, 
And his clothes were ell tarnished 
" with ashes and soot. 

A bundle of toys he had flung 

on his back. 
And he looked like a peddler 

just opening his pack. 
His eyes— how they twinkledl 

His dimples— how merryl 
His cheeks were like roses, 

his nose like a cherryl 
His droll little mouth was drawn 

up like a b(»A/, 
And itie beard on his chin was 

as white as the snow. 
The stump of a pipe he held 

tight in his teeth. 
And the smoke it endrcled 
* , his head like (^ wreath. 
__; VL He had a broad face 

and a round little belly, 
* That shook when he laughed 

like » bowl full of jelly. 
, He was chubby and plump, 

a right jolly old elf, 
%|, \ And i laughed v/hen I saw him 

, ;' in spite of myself . 

A wink of his eye 

and a twist of his head 
Soon gave me to know 

I hmi noHiIng to dreed. 

yummimm \'n '^'mr ' ' " « ^ ^y*^" -pQt a word bgt wer^t 

ttraidbt to hU work, 
AM ftUid all the stockings; 

then turned with a |erk, 
And laying his finger 

aiide of his nose. 
And giving a rK>d, 

Mp the chimney he rose. 
He sprang to his sleigh, 

lo his team gave ai whistle. 
And away they all flew 

like the down of a thistle. 
But I heard him exdaim 

ere he drove oyt df sight, 
'liippy Chrl$tn»es to all 

and to all a good night!" 



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ttto ne^toB Roa^lteMna to- 

iHnjliHiim '** w Iww BVlnB SWD 

workHflda ttoirfcuHflB, at HiOHlH g 
to aaaooei^nient df Hanry M. 
T lioBy a B P, EatcMtivt ^^tfa Prarf* 
d«Mcrfthe Aisodatei. 

Tbe Aooual. which to pAIUhtf 
In ttie intveM fi Am davrii^mMt 
of the port wA ito conurwct, cdB> 
tdte Ml pigea of conc«itr«tod hi> 
tor^ttoD OB advnti^^ and nrv- 
Icaa offered. 

It to iMi^Hinidy boind ifl «Mi 
ana igi^n, we cowff aejMcmg 
^^fftoui aetivittoa of ttie pcfft. Me- 
Omf, ItetMiM^m, En^t. be., 
ba^tod in tte prqwratta d tfto 
teok, whkA was prMed kK»% 
by Hont Advoltoliv Servlcet. l^ 
toAtii^Mrte ifrfermatton conlitoed 
in die Aineri, In each inataneb, 
wm aecin^ from tiie pi^^ir 
aource moat <hrect^ taivdved. the 
Annial i^ wdl a^rtti a careftil 
readBag and for r^troice) fat' 
poata, tt to toviduiMt. 

The 19M Anwal pmots tip i^ 
vaotagea (^«red by tbe Hanfton 
Roadb p(M'ts-Norf<dk, Ptntanc^, 
Chaaapaalrr and HtnpgoA Nam, 
Vbgfa^-for nurittne, tadi^rid 
and Gon«i«t:ial en^prtoe, nd 
to beii% difbrttMited to ateanab^ 
owntfs/operators and Alppen 
and recovers of cHrgees 4n ti^ 
oiuntoy mA ateoad, to ndlroadi 
in the E^, toduatrialtoU tlvo(#- 
out the ccMulry ,«nd b^tortaat 
govemntm and notary <^nd^. 
In addittoB to the Aaaadatioa'i 
wkte dirtr&irtimi cf^iee are atoo 
dtolribirted by dit Vfr^ifla Stote 
Porto Airthortty, NorfoQc Port nd 
Induatrial Aayior^, fUtvMer 
Viiffaua Devdopmoid Cam^, afld 
indhridual members of tht mulA. 

la toe ft^ few pagaa of tiw 
A!!Mjai, the reate to ^m a 
lAxTa vfftkm of ttie buqr aad 
hnportnt pwts of Huq^ Rbadi, 
the taa^ advotagea wl^di Arjr 



'Iha PoHi «f At, their trvnMMtoua 
ReaA AiHBi^ ndM ynra, and rteh paMR 



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nttfa yaiaa. 4 

MMottva Mtr chatto dran A 

toneton fSm 
to ttorid HhA 
PtrUeHte^ hnpNaaN* to: A 
dwt ^towtog AttMtte GoMi Wt 

toaiih ltt4.9Hl4 

iar M airth* AAntitfibait 

ntfts dwnimaii ite HaWHitiwriH 

iprafai a^orto, mA to 
toaport bu^na fln» a 

Other aaetleaaaf tta 
late to ^MmaUp 9m 
road Strideaa, Pat^tts aM 
nAiiAi, I^t f^ifi^d 
(Intebig bettttoa tai 
cMrtnocttiea, nxb M eari, 
and oU), SMpbuik^ and Wl^\ 
piAtog, Port C3urgM> 
tai Pfw;tic«, (kfmmuem 
km, nd Ftr^p Qoaaii^ A« 
aeettan diacones Tbg SMI 
ksm nd nodier awtton 
Aa acttvittos of te 
Readi Marttne Ano^lAtoa 
davdioinMBt of tha porta 
potato to the toet thi« HtolA «# 
hers efier d iimiaaiji mmIiI 
for Ae pronq^ tunwwad af ^j^ 
in ttie port 

Ihe advarthtag aaetfon 4l 
Amtf Jg hopirtinl mi ^^ 

aarvloea anAMa A 

hi tta prrfaet. Ante 
pre a a e d to ttnaa iri^ 
aay anHier to tot 
iht Aniaal. nd to As 
«^ helped mite tha bo^ 
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Jefferson Davis Honored At Kellam 



VIRiGfNiA BEACH - Kdlam 
High School studente and {a0% 
honored titeir toO, aniUig prtael> 
pd, JeBerinb IM^, by prodaimr 
ii^ Monday aa JdKeram Davto 
Day. 

Whn Davto arrived at adiod for 
n^iat aatmed to hbn to be a rou- 
tfaie <hqr, he fouMl himdf to flw 
qMtlight for a boA of aethrUes. 

The atnkH' dus. aponaora (tf At 
reception di^. begn the cere 
anooies l^ {raortli^ a {vo^am to 
the sdiool auditortom. 

^>ealcer8 for toe program ware 
Frank W. Cox, Supeih^Sendeitt of 
toe ^%^nia Beadi C% Sdioofai; 
Lmise Luxf(»< Peraonad Direc- 
.jtor for the Vhr^nia Beach City 
icteols: Blchffixi Abaakm. State 
Probattoe Ml Parole Officer. Th^ 
(Kiitoed Davto tt a man, aa a dvk 
leader, and as n edwator. 

I^vto, osuaily never at a toaa 
for words, foeid toat words woiAd 
fuA come when toe aedor dan 
imveOed a color portrait <rf him 
9^^ to to be placed to the foyo* 
of thtaebool. 

FM^aAi the program, 400 spe- 
dalfy toVd^ piaato attended a 
recq[rtin to Davto' binf«-. The ex* 
tosivie lilt of gueito todided Da- 
vto' frinds. fandfy. former class- 
mates, former studoit^ the Kd- 
Icon fwulty. i^Mmbo* of the Vfa-- 
gtoia Beadi Ci^ Sefaod Board, nd 
vaiioua (^ber civic offidato. 

Atthou^ all of Kellam'a 2000 
mooh^ atodnt body raoU not 
attnd toe fe^vities, toey nxmi- 
bH^ tbe day's acthrtttoa ttooi^ 
toe sdMd's ifltercomoHBdcirtion 
system. 

Bnners i^ the adbod entmcea. 
dwwcaaes depictiag Davto' eareer, 



hbA lapd biMons worn by ^udento 
furdyer bdnorad Davto. 

Kdtom rtud^, mialfy casual- 
ly ^^Med, dcHuied party dreeses, 
high beds, ties and vpati coats to 
hoa^ the man who heads toeh* 
l^namiMr. 

tt&o^^ graduation from Souto 
^attdk 18^ Schod (now Oscw 
intl^), Davto recdved the bache 
Mr of arts de^ve in aodal stodies 
ttprn Ekto OoU^. Graduate stu- 
dfes wd« completed A toe College 
(Gf traUam nd Mary whore he 
recdvad the master irf arts (te- 
gree. 

Dinring World War n. Davto was 
a noae gumier to Ae Fifteenth 
Army Air Force. He received toe 
Pur^ Aeart for a wound aua* 
tained to cotnbat ^^m hto plane 
was shot chHfm over Vioma, Aur 
tria. 



Kempsville H^ Sdiool was Ae 
Immdiii^ pad for Davto' career as 
an educator. Since then, he has 
tou^t at Princess Anne High 
SdMol. was assistant principal at 
Oc«ma Hi^ School, and was prin- 
ce <rf Woodatodc EUaneOtory 
Schod. 

In March. U82. the achool board 
appointed Davto to tbe {nindpal- 
sh^ d Kellam High School. wMcb, 
at that ttow, ww a new U0 
schod. For the last four yei^ 
Davto baa aato abidento go tlutwgh 
todr h^ ai^od yam. 

I^udnts leav^ sdiod will nd 
for^ tlwfar pi^d^ nd friend. 
Jdlersoo Daids. Oat aenkc rr 
marked, "Fll probab^ neve know 
a mn mmra adive nd {drasnt 
He to i»«id ol Kdbra, you tm 
ten." 



No one taows lAl 
Ipit Nod." It fii^ 
fiftt to 4f|^; to a 



appettred % 
badt 



Mldeni^" aael to twttoTod to 




^fiernn Davto, prtadiMl e( flagid E« Keboi Oi^ Schad 



Ml |i^ to 
^%» tililiiilliiii 4L m l4rd.* 
Ctartstmas Ifttiis go hmk to tbe 
f^^ Om^mf, «^n moat of than 
mre vriim la Mito. 

BL Fraada of Aadd to ragardad 
ia tftt Ma ti cardli^ as wa 
taatfA, accord to World Book 
ea(^d(vedto. to 132$, St Trmdii 
oladwd a credie (mfadabne Na- 
tivtty soese). to a boBtfti^ to 
£recchkt. RaJ^. 

After thto masBSf dnvdiea b^n 
dtoi^qrtog a NMJvi^ acent at 
GtelAatt, and aon the peo^ 
bi|{n acting out tt» Ouistoias 
story. Hw ac^irs eompoaed cards 
to di« «dto thdr Natiiity fitm 
and after the plays th^ wmkl 
ibrdl down Ae street, d^ig. to 
toat miy, strad caroling was bort. 

JoaeiA Motor, a putor to Obetn- 
dorf. Audrfai, eompoaed "SUQe 
Nacfat." or "Silent Night." on 
Chrtotoaas Eve. 18U. FrioB Gr» 
her. toe load sdMK^narter and or* 
gantot. conqiosed the mualc toe 
sanne day, nd Ae hymn wm ang 
for toe fh^ ttoit at Middght Mass 
tfaatni^t. 

. Charles Wedey. tarototf of Jdm 
Wedoy. wrote, 'TlMtt The BenU 
Ai^b ^!" to as. PhUps 
Brwki, a n^ Boston dtfigfiBan, 
wrote "O Uttlt Town of BdUe- 
hem" to IW after vtotttag Bdb- 
Idwm. 

Tteuji^ oat a cmni, Itonde|s no- 
ble "MaasUi" to a Ctorldmat tri^ 
ctttfaa. R Alt was pe r fo raa ed to 
DubUn to vrm. *'Jif!f to the Worii'-' 
wri^n to lite eariy 1^ Ceetory 
by IniM: Wi^ was sd to wmic 
d a segm^ d toe "Meadik." 
"While Shephcnto Wak^ad Thdr 
Ftocb by !«ght." written to 1708 
by Nainnn Tate, was set to B»dc 

PEABODY ELEQED 

VBtOHOA BEACH - Edwaifd S. 
Peabocfy Jr., irf» has bean wMi 
E. V. WiDiams Co. f^* 12 years, 
1ms be«i deeted executive vice 
pr^teit He AioeeeA P. H. 
Brodoanan, who ha lei^ned. 

It ms alao anouieed Iqr E. V. 
Williams that Peabody bad b^o 
deeted to toe Am's bovd d 
directors. 

P«ix>dy bad ben a vtoe i»ed- 
deoid toe fkm Aioe 196S. 

Ra^ E. Sbbmos and Jmaa 
A. Gouri^, hcito vice preddento 
and {tft^ed mn^»8 d to« Ibm. 
wa«dae dadad to ton boaid of 
directora. . 




At aMher «t "God San B 
Men^. OfotlaBMa," alaa li «% 
baown. but ha INA hate* IMMI 

So f yon AouM §a caroitocfli 
dafMuaa ataaoa. tbtak af oAV 
Qtftfara d ynars gone bgr, af ' 
pe<^ of dmria EKduos' toat^ 
tb* beaver batt and 
»ato, of Eq^vfllagn k 
nd jtfldn, d good SI. 
and of toe (vieato d tot \ka$ 
the Oartottoa BoAan AaplM 
btlbrt CMdii^ aa weknMll \\ 
Med, rang "to (bddmtkai d 
Lord." 



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Dock Plan 
Rejected 

VraGOOA BEAOH - ttr| 
Pdal and Lbdear raaMaato «ii 
sqjport from i^ olB^tti Ifi 

agbt ai^hat tha Pbto 
Oarp.'s ffeopoatd 
I'Aaped. 200 foal la^r 9^^^ 
to C^tat Iteek Qn^ at Ai^ 
HaHMr YadH dub. 

A a letter to tbe Anqr 
d Sn^itoea Mondiqr. Oir 
gar % BuaaeD aatahett aa . 
dty dijedaj; to fta propoiaL 
tdter <^une fdlawl^ a « 
bdweo dty (^dato and 
d Ae ar^ , ^ 

tf toe dty r^ladatbe prnpd| 
Ae Arm^ wighiaara caidd aai 
prove the project Appnnai., 
moat from the <My BaiBi 
q>ectcr, and thd approval 
be pr^ed uattt toa 
^>|awed by tiM City 
C% Engtaeer Charles Kii^ 
he wouU od Improve tbe 
toto tbne. :^ 

Hesidaito^d tot 
Art Ae i^ woidd hani^ir 
p«ton of amall bwto to Aa a 

The new dodiiAlttoB iWiMl 
thn daddt toe anadwr of 
in At fiea. 

Tbne roU^ d the area. 
Do0)t, Jr., raak IMrAiB. 
C. ftm Jr.. and ra aAanay 
wih Batdiett. 40agr« Join 1_ 
tras^ CBy B^tag toivaetor.'Mft 
GAbi, l^ariMVio Oowdl 
Jama a. JkgAm and other 
dBe^ on Aa matter 

it was vadialiy ^reea at 
ntoM^toH (ha eflfctoh and 





hwdkiy, Dwtmbw- 23, 1^5 



iT 



lOiqD THE WORLD 



MACH - lUHwiy 

-SI**, u moif 9am J* 

<tff for C. «. torn tmi^ 

k taniMrUtkv HHi tan 
te. to carnr tttiipi mi 

ft Aoiy Mte is- 
IMPO MrmlMl sMiMi on* 
Htth M MNi MM- 



Ibe 



M» wd aMtt|Jte «fed OiMHl 

mfc fMa«ptvti«oi Be. heftdinr- 

nt flpi ff« Mi • pirt ii the 

Ti^tititliiii TTowinri fmn 

InM^ of FL AMtto. Ar 

;,:|%kMP) firfM S«i|» to Dr 

SiKy li IM taMm Ainr 

*«lllw iMMt Of flit U^^. 

e#4ie of 4Mp Ml 

a|^ l» inmwmwr do^ 

j^bli Md Wwd ttrrtftt. 




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I 



«ttte I«MaD« (fasMTfy 
it «^MG) frti a • to «• 

« tafe DMMr NMt OB 

1 frMpB, w a GOffi- 

«([ tro^ and cai^, at 

flf W iiAa per ^out Ja 

_^_ 1^ to SB i^ph 0B fi^ 

J^ i-^ <3aft is dotwr, 
^ «i ttape | fa^,^ Ft 
Mm tSmt^ Imbb neildarad 
aoMmT ttoB far teafafaig pwtoMri 
MK^tti^ flf flMM aBB|iha»- 
^" I. «» iBiUDaUw* oem- 
Col. John R f^nn^ 
Mb Amy tini^M* 
irt ft Ewtii. and ii 
■«MUy Iha 0147 plaoi « «* 
Eaiiii aeaboard - and mm 
^Sa^ toUK UtdtodSMw - 

iBg. 





- — ■* *■* — w^i^^^^^^ 




most features 
4MftitteMli ta 
p W fli d i Ji a keiitiBO ier 
-^iMpUbioiia opendooi is 
ipttrici vtee dUeriog laad lea- 
Ifjnapreval 

^iShiK wamile. the pradn^ of 
i tm woo d ed area on the glory Im- 
4faia k not imtcih unlike Mtoaliiifr' 
Mir in VSdaain where ^m^ 
4i0«th is doae to the shorAM. 
^iTIVo beacb ^ Ited and Uw 
•eh a mOe in loglli. tn 
> wtAify for tile exerciMp i^Uk^ 
#4n yaar roiaid. undistofeaj ^ 
Uniimaiii'Uil tnjte tnoviag fattter 
«BttB tiw Atlantic. AmpMUous op- 
are net condiietad m i^ 
ol C h M w pe ilte 1^. 
LAitC wMi on tte 
JiiMbe Navy. Marines »d Gout 
oke Ibe' Stacy 
kdnt Ainy'Mn 

nes. Ft iwy ms 
the Nsn^ tjm 
fiootilr limdiMniin Heir. 
Imps •% the Aiiantic Flaafo 



are 




the LOTS (m^to <waf tin asFa ) 
liirtleiii tt^ tt« periKVMd m 
ltebeaelMJttR.mqh 

Outing Me M ^0 oi Opmrtim 
W^daml. Ssfft. »« M CnMry 
Olviliu pMnoel e^^BMBt Md 
carcQ had^awmei ban ^ipa, 
ovH- ^ }^ttA/jfm teto a caa^> 
ftpflasMay. ' 

At lpiMiti« iras iMem^ed 
aa» wtaft a U. S. Ah- IVx«r% &ia» 
<wi> |a«w OTtttad ta tte bi9 
new «iAMtt« aetivMes. «Mda 
s^nads 10 LAACs and an LCM 
mm « Ow apM wd fife Itras 
Mre rq^ertfod asvcd. 

ne rt Story amfM^tais ^atai- 
|qg vm Is sot ^ so thiA Araay 
pensnad wload dianny ^orgo 
bma the ^Miwe veasd Hldmy 
B^^n^ c«^ ^ w^fag oit 
4 n. Ettstis* TtiM Port area. 
y^Cs cai^ dus cargo oi^ the 
bmt^ and. without Mofi^M* ^^ 
a mode a^nply d^«t hi ^ «r- 
raiai£og woods. 

laical of the LABC companiM 
now M Ft. ^«fls the I1SI4 Trai^ 
portatitm Co., cmmianied by Capt. 
Jiun BMita-lWM. Ike Mat 
*SMTwa]das,'ywhose "Barracuda 
B^' is sna^tfae M^li^ of Ae 
Ft Stoiy sekial smomi, is e<^f^ 
witt-^ lARCs. Operating oa two 
ta-hoor ab^ tlM c<ffn(Wfly has 
the oi^ai^ty of trai^xniii^ daily 
n meta^e tf 1,M9 torn of graer- 
id ^Bi^ osfa^ 27 (rf the hitters. 
Ite^Mne aurabeer of anipldUaiis 
wiU ouiy ynne 7,100 coinbat 
mf^tA tatnps daily bi tt tr^ 
mMi «a^ JLARC carryii^ an aver- 
a|p «f m HMO. 

9» con^aoy hw pn^paM 
in agfprox^oM^ Bye logistical 
9vei>Cltrshore ecercls@ at Ft 
Sory over the past 10 m<a^. 

11» IMUC re{daced the Army's 
pUKW. a IH-^ m^ddUous triKlc 
ued diffi^ WWn. I^vdoped hy 
tbe It^i^xKtattoi Reiearcli Com- 
mad al ft. l^aUa, that use hi 
VletaMQ maits ^ fiiKt appear- 
ance of th^ (49C In a «iin^ 
asne. Tbs Itf^ (^aft, ttie liAi^ 
f^ was fnt seen hi Wanpe dynsg 
die early SCs and {wtidpated In 
ai^idier of tta ui the ki^flaJ 
eMdM l«}^EJC-ai (New Oftibore 
MKhi^^ £»nfdse) in rrms». 
The lASCSs have hea \mi only 
nt Ft ^ny orar^les and now in 
mmsL 

I An jntwffmtini sidi^^ ^. te 
lAJK^ Btey'^^-tb#foMi».«{ Me 
LAAD6S to the ItatfeMa AefOMKh 
tks uni Spam Atofa k ditaBoB at 
CMpe Cteavend. sow (^ Keane- 
#, Fla., far i»e In reooferbig 
aose isne aqwdM fir Ae oU 
FRi|eet Uvtcmf. Ft ^xy^aiiMi 
petauuuei con^jwaeo a useffi phlI 
of tte detadbment 

la leplachg the Dppr. LABCs 
needed «|> ^ time in bttbig and 
adMdng ci^. No kog^ mm it 
ae»HWry to first ualMd cargo 
bma a snail cnk on a beac^ and 
Am ndnd tt <mtn tatida he tran- 
fer to in tolAd sqif^ area, fte 
LABC moves frona the wito*. 
aertw Oie beadt and ri^ to (be 
npp^ ^)ot 

the stete of the tide must be 
iikm into axM^wation v^oi im- 




i 



iMagft Genend H^yripment 
.^ktivi^. based at Wt im, 
uses the Story hmx^ 
one of its e^^m^^at- 
vehidei. Presently tl» aguc^ 
ftiMniag (aita on the LARC-8 to 
MMF Ae amphldan can he im- 



lARCs are heghndng to 

|ln^j,an increaatagly sifl^cmt 

19l%!ta the war effort in VkKnam. 

MEAng to Col. BkiuaA W. 

vnmpB, commandfaig amm <tf 

.« 4tti Traasportatton Ti^teid 

Ogniand stationBd in Sa^n. ttie 

mtmed 8vailaMI«y of a road net- 

wntt" has provided a wMUil^ 

<ir amphibious craft and 

J the biggest part yet 

played by the LARC in U. S. 

operation ui Vietnapt has 

:'>nH«ttai Highland, the i«nd- 

1st Cavalry Division in 

'try. In a two weeic pe- 

-„^.«,ail» troops, 177 aircraft 

japoo pounds of cargo 

in over die Virtaa- 

liy the mlfa ^ans- 

of (he 4th Temdnal 



3ndlfHf craft 



Yes, 

leemea ai^ 
Herbert Smia, m. 
don iU hreak4hiie, 
Walter CarroD, 
at Fart Story and 
we rMdytag 



by tiw'diT' are s^i«j«sg hnrf In 



mSf^tiB, oMthers. grandmett^v. ser^ 
_ Ceases aO over the area. Mrs. 
Mil tcMh next senlesisr at bn^H>^ Whiiber Woods School, is deep to discof- 
(he teacher el the WOtam aft ll|ry BxtoasHn Coarse hi EdocatkNial Psycholegy 
off ^%gfc Sdwel Hw ellMS fiW^^^tmt 7 to U PM each Wednesday alght 
is leanN •• *^ <^ *1k ** 'Ul PH» el edaeatlee today and aD stadisrta 
for lhe:iMfiplhuiae^. (|heialy|;|aiaadia^ .-. ^' : n 



kwhng from a amaU vat^horne 
ves^ birt ha» no he»ii% on fiie 
perfomiance (rf the LAKC. 

Ihe smooth path (^ the LARC 
from wata" to inlaid ar^is affords 
prrtection from «i«ny fire ior 
conobat 4n>oi^ ^M craft ^^cj|i|«^ 
the amjAt^ns are ianade^ff aiu- 
atoHm . Also, the drndnatioa of 
Aetrandor 1^ on the beach diin- 
fautfei Ae nee<Hidty df eqimdng 
stof^wdores 'sod tormhial poaimnel 
to h(»tile fire. Untoacttng is d(»ie 
imder tte cover of a ^m^e, wood- 
ed or fortffied area. 

The lAKC rqpresento a mews of 
h^k^ alH-eaat of dianges being 
made in ca^ hHM&hig. Hie LABC 
is w^ suited for transporthig car- 
go nMNnited'<m paOeto and m^ 
rial hi CONEX contatoers, two 
roethocb hio-^t^^ b^ adopt- 
ed by the armed forces. Hie 
LARC.400. eiindnatos the 90^ of 
excenvt handing of 8e^v« 
cargo.^like fu^ by several load- 
ings «id i^Mklfaigs. 



Semcem^ h The News 




iMr. and Mrs. LainriatQin Dci>- 
bixew sqddriiifren, Paul ^d dlo^ 
tine, have kft for RocMtir. New 
Y<«fc, where Mr. DnbbniW lain 
pfxaMve wUh Sam 0^., havii^ 
coiqdeted the opening oUjMocesa- 
Ad sales dBce in MmMl im. 
DiMrow waf proR^DOik here- hi 
(be Repid»ifc»a V^onMin% tli) and 
ttie LBi«ae H ^KmmV^ia. 

Mr. and Mrs. M. & Biredien- 
ridge, paNnts of l&s. GIMmt 
Newman who wHh lir. Nhwtoan 
receidly ntoved to New '!tet la a 
StaUbOottgihs {yrector, have wi 
apartment in. Hie MsjAoipar. Mr* 
srecpipnqge nas reureo ironj 
Didw IMversity and the Univenity 
ol Sodiiem Odlfomia m 1M. of 
Law, IhHritos. ' " >f 

* * * ,-■;., 
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. ]yp|g of 
New Havw, C^dn., aiptte* the 
bh« of a ^HigMw, E]sfieftlB»atta# 
on Nov. s. M^. ic^agl is tft 
foimer llisa Bii^^ Ihinler ^ 



yii^nia Beadi. 

• ■. - / 9- ■ • ^ : p ' ■ ■ 

1!tfee your^ men from Vlr^taa 
Beach have been designated Dis- 
tinguished Military Stodents for the 
current acadeadc year from 
amoQg semors oirolkd to die 
Aitny ROTO program at Virg^ 
lifilflary histitiAe. Ih^ are Cadrt 
Steven Murray Ddes of 515 24(h 
street Cadet Robert Forrest Fow- 
ler of 3000 Old SlieU road, and 
Gbdet Join Buddey Weltz, ID. of 

900 Sir Bvten drive. 

■ • • • 

'E}d Randolf^ has mnved from 
Uie Mayflower to die fissex HcHise 

H IMh and Oceanfroot. 

(* • • • 

Chief Electrician's Mate Rad- 
cliffe W. Aabwoith II. ilSN, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Raddiffe Wi 
Asbworth Sr. of 1968 Lasidn Road, 
reported for duty to the attaclc 
idrcraft carrier USS C<M:al Sea, 
e&rr^Uy (qitf atmg wiUi the Sev- 
Fleet fai the Western Padfic. 



yoii 

think 

of • 




think 
of 




VA. PEACH / MM60NA . MYSIOC 



l-H th« world Is happy...!^ 
ChrMnas Da^, the beto oral ' 
rf i%|li1g thoae special Christrmp 
wishes of Joy and happiness 
to ail. Wa ate taking ttila 
perfect opppitunlty to expfoss 
deep s^sfsreclatlon to you, oir^ 
)^lued friends end customer% 



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Hi^meiH^ef Mnyflawer 
% CbtstaB^" "' '**ht 







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VIMNNIA MEACH 

KIWMAS CLUB 

WISHES AU A 

AMMYCMH^MAS 

AND A 

HAPPY NEW YEAt 

Sincere Thanks For NMp- 

ing The Crippled Cliildren 

This Holiday Season. 



Clerk-Canler Exaias Opened 



Awqph T. QnMMMe, 3t. hat u* 
fouMtd ttM Bond o( U. S. DvU 
itfvtoi Eum fa ia ri bM rMp«ed 

VkgMi B«M^ VtogUi. 

Mr. Oramrite tUted. "Wt 
n^ \m^ off dSTK^ strfW wMi 
«d ifiiMPwl vofton tomabrtiAi 
Mff 1^ Mallards of a«vice to 
tlw atjr." 

Part OffiK iiapkvin»t ^ g^d 
en^^in^. ^oMI ^reet offer 
hlj^ Job atc^tty, ifeotftot dMnc- 
n (or advaoMniMt I7 pratootkm. 
r^i^M' lalary iMnMS. «id ^1- 
er bn^ whkb tatiikte km co^ 
inmnHMe and a H»rd r^iroaa^ 

Hw Vadtraljiilary Adjuttment 
Act wiikA bt^OM littctive Octo- 



U^ Sun Classified Ads 



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^i CkiSimM. BO we're ioJUng *Wt 

^(H« rtmc to «?fe?i oar fine cugon**''* 

all the best of the hoUdaymui to 

^ ixprea* ^nfo /or your patrorm^. 

W. A. WOOD, INC. 

213 First Colonial Road 
428^386 



Tde Joi^W^ of Qhnstmas 

(JrXs the church belts chime 

on Christmas Morn, stop to 
tMnk of their message 
, . . ''Peace on Earth 

Good Will Towards 
Men:' We stop 

now to thank you 

for your patron- 
age during 
year. 






Ames & Webb; Inc 



"Paving Since 1933' 
3145 Va. BMch Mvd., Norfolk, Va. 



MA 2-2666 




faer t. IMS taMaad Poftd aalar- 
fm tt aYWF'ife of S4I pvcMl. RiS 
ular (AtA. mA Carrier aidartM hi 
Oi Vk^da IN^ PMt Offiot Mw 
nagi ban «,!« to IT^ p« 
year. 

ta adl^ to otter taM^ 
meittloiied. PoMoMiter CroaniMta 
emplia^id tte amx^w ntform 
dovue*. u to » ^^ of nmai 
have fra^ to (9B«er en^dt^Mei, 
and ^ to 1| di^ o| ^ have 
b^ avaiU^. 

"Pnrtal iNMimn ia aa impor- 
tant piddk: a«^riee and am praple 
t^ real pride ud lattsjfaetioa 
In betoi a port ef It," Mr. Croat- 
white laid, "aad^many portid on* 
l^yees can Ik^ (rf SS. 30 or OMMre 
fetfs d w^Hce before tdUi^ ad- 
vuAa^ <d the eccdl^ retire- 
mat ^." 

AniKcttita fttf th^e poaiUms 
imirt Uw wtthin the de}iv«ry sme 
of the Vlr^aia Beach Post Office, 
be at ymd is yeara dd, and a 
Unttadmatoi d^. 

tlw RsabnMalMr nr^ UxMe who 
are iM&«sted in pm^ empky- 
mealt to ebt^ i^ormatran and 
^^{AaAkm forma from ^ U. .S. 
Post Office. Vfrginia Hbch, Vir 
gbda, or the Pist Cmdk Estdb- 
HrinMot Bovd, Window No. U, 
Main pMt Office Building. Norfolk, 
Virginia. 



Cows Proihice 
High Records 

raiBRBCWXJGH. N. H. - 
nne r«Mired Gismmy cam 
la Ae Md of BiyirtDe Fwma 
hK., V^nia Beach, have receiit' 
ly GOiqdeted top McM DOm 
actual {ToAictioi reconbi. accord* 
ing to The iUn^^n Guenaey 
Cattte Club., AD cowB \ii«re milkad 
two Vmm a day. The testing was 
Mp«-vi^ by Vir^nia Pdytottolc 
In^tute. 

Guernsey milk is worM (anmia 
for its high protein, deliciom flav<»' 
and Gddffl Ydkw odw. 

BayvOk C Orchid, a Sr. 5 year 
old. produced 18,980 pounds of 
milk and 7S1 poumls d fat in 306 
days. 

Bayville Majestic Mab. a Jr. 4 
year oki. produced 13,100 pounds 
of milk and 614 pounds <rf dA a 
306 di^s. 

Bayville Busy Lavhiia, a Jr. 3 
^ar oki. pro^hiced 14.130 pmindi 
d milk and 706 porn^ d fat in 
306 df^s. 



Virginia Bweh SIW, 'ftiuriday, Ommrkm 23, 1f65 




fke PlafaBiwUw EdMatin Chib at frarii W. Cax iOgh SdMd. 

COX DE STUDENTS SPARK DRIVE 



Mi 




floied from IJour 

Agricultural Agent 



E. R, -DICK" CCXaCREa. JR. 



LYIINHAVEN-tlie Ustrlxitive 
Ekiucatkm Oub at Frank W. Cox 
remtfly participated in the Mmtal 
«^are drive whidi is desiipwd 
to {tfovkte dothes and otiier items 
ia \aiiAt omdltioQ for youi^ peo- 
{^ fai need. This was undoi^edly 
OM of Uie nxMt Mcces^ {Ht>Jects 
ever undertaten by the Ckn DE 
Chh. 

The JM studwts began tiidr 
^(Nls by going (Hit into the busi- 
ness coRBiHmity to obtain omtri- 
huttoas from tiie dty mtfdianto. 
The keel buslnasn^n reqxaided 
with gifts having a totid vakw of 
sMnething over two hundred dol- 
lars. Spedal R)«)tk)n shouM be 
givaa to ArttMir's Men's Sh(^, 




FEEDER CATO J: PRICES ttlPROVE THIS YEAR 

fticea on boCh calves and yearlii^ advanced during the M8B speciai 
feedo- caltfe nka in Virginia. , 

There wwe » feeder oaK srfee in w«ch 37 JO caWes sakl. About 
300 shot of the Ue4 fi^ires. Steer cabes avera^ *27.37 pw humfred 
weight, up I3J0 over year earner prices. I^era avereiged $21.38 per 
hundred, up abcut |2.80 per hvaidred over h«l year. 

The i^jread between stsera' and baifera tocreased to $5.79 p«- hun- 
dred, the greateit pr»e deference in the history of VirgWa Feedcr 
CaH SaJea. For the past 10 years, the diference has averaged $4.85 per 
hundred. 

There has be» much discussioj about the laice spread between 
gra<ks of caiv^ in recent years. There are hirtances In wfeich pens of 
the lowK- grade calves have brought as naudi as ttie hi^Jer ^adca. 
TWs p{^ fel. hawev«-, dwace caJves avwiged' $1.K pw hundred 
h^ier than calves grading good, and the good calves out-sdd *e 
thttfiuKK by $2.25 ^ Imndred. This is skxui par for the part five 
years. Ten years 1^, tite average was around $2 pa* lamdred betweei 
choice mk! good, and dtoai the same between good and met&ni. 

Today cattle feeders are marketing a anauer percentage of U^ 
choke and prime grade riw^ita- caltle thw 10 years ago, said tMs 
has probably la*en a little edge o«f the prk» advantage of the choice 
and fancy oahes. Clwice csdves atill returned $5 to $6 per head row* 
Ihan good p^de o^es and quaMty is the <»)e big factor Uiat has add 
Vu^Ma odhwB throu^mit ttie Eastern United States for many, nmy 
years. 

i^eer calves averaged 4Bl pounds aid heifers 438 pounds par head. 
AmA ttie Mme as test vear. but 5 pounds be'ttw the avaage of the 
taet five yeans. Steer calvM returned an anafflflp of $1M.44 per hmA, 
nd heifen $86.82. Aasumln^^^SBiB^nd half heifers, the value of 
tiw average ddf in Vit|Ma O^^Bwas $111 per head. 

lAbout ooe-tUni of Ae cahres ^ayed In Virginia last year, while 
the odier two4Uids went to 16 different #ates. More ohres went to 
Pen^hraiia thra any odie- state. Abotrt 500 head of be:l«^ wait to 
a bt^er k> Toaa, (ira hulh^ any calves moved tUs part fal 



OF INTEREST TO VETS 

Pm^ile Heart Mght Make Vcteraa 

thou^ not a neceastt7 posses- 
lion, a Vwfi0 Hsttrt decoration 
m.^ make a vatoran d^ble to 
rebistoto al or pait of to Nationid 
Servfaie Ufe Insmace thtA he nwy 
hMVA in^pei since i^Mse from 



Blab's S^HMrtswear, and Westen 
Auto, lifrs. R. L. Riggs. Manago: 
of the Beach W^ftara Auto l^re 
macte a contrttMtim that was 
simply out^anding. The Cox DG 
rtud«4s widi to thaidi all these 
fine iMisinessmen for their effcrts 
in sui^xNtii^ an ^tremdy worthy 
cwse. 

Tile mxt rtep in the project led 
die detents to their own closets 
whore they cdlected vast amoui^ 
ot §tyod ««anMe merchandise 
wUdi was then assemUed in the 




chib Twm. (tace tiiese tans 
mdy, and the wmdmta 
added to tlw (crtd amouA, ^^ 
studeits than began the taili 
bosdi^ ttid wranMBg each iod|^ 
ual gift. 

What the pttject wu 
the Cox DE Qub had 
bfflced, wrapped, and ddivcrad 
Oiristmas p«:ka^ to tt« 
Beach Welfare D^f^rtoMnt. 
dty of Virginia Beach faidced'has 
reason to be pKui d. thew ^0^ 
pe<q[de. 




In order for a veteran to be el^ 
He to rfrfwrdiaae insiatmce trader 
a new law passed by CMgress last 
year, he must have bera digtt)le 
to ourdurse 01 hMuran ce between 
Odober 8, ilMO aid Jacuwry 1. 
WSJ. In adifilfan, he murit haws a 
servicfrcoonectod dlMbiUty. 

R is pointed oA tfaat AUny types 
<jf 8ut|^ umieffone dorkig activ« 
service -weidd l^ve actfs, nA^ 
cWioii^ not entMIng the veteran 
to cam|}ensatkm, vmH be con- 
sidered 8ervtce<»nnected by ttie 
VA and wouM qaaliy a veterm to 
purehase this Insiffaoce. 

Thousrads of veterans who 
<Biderw«it auifery ki asrvke have 
never fikd a dakn to estflUisii 
service oonnecikin for/the omdi- 
tkn, but can 8^ file4 clakn and 
estabUsb their etlgl>iltty for reto- 
stating ttieir tasuraace before the 
deadlne of May S, 966. 

Some wounds recdve^by aervk^ 
men fnr wUch thqr woe awarded 
die Pui|^ HMfft kft only a soar 
as a re^dual. just Ifloe mny types 
of aufery, but die aon- la con- 
ddned servtoe oomected tf It sUIl 
sxisti. 

P^kse \ddt n^ office on toy 
daims OT p rob l ems regard^ bens- 
.^a^Jw -veterans and Ihra* 
vlvws. 

Maurice J. {hraga*, my naod- 
afte. vtetts the Aflan B. Shepnrd 
Convention Center. Mth Street and 
Pacific Avenue, on die second and 
fotuth Thurscfaiys of each mondi, 
betiweoi the hours of 12:30 Flf 
aid 4 PM. 




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VlRGfl^ BEACH - Mr. Rhae 
W. Adffins. pr&A^tA d EmRhae 
Ford Con^pany. Virgtola Beach, 
has accepted appototmoit as 19W 
Tidewater Heart Fund General 
Csn^M^ Director. The anntwnce- 
m«it was made today by Mr. 
waUam M. Campbell, President 
of the Tidewater Heart Associatkm. 

The Heart F\md Campaign slo- 
pn is "GH'^. SO MORE WILL 
UVE," Mr. ^fx•as says, "The 
Heart Fund I? t great crusade 
i^atost die number one health «ie- 
my of mir community, state and 
nation, and we can all partidpate 
throui^ l^vkig and saving as 
vduntoo^. I on happy and {uwid 
to serve m chairman of the 1966 
drive." 

Mr. Campbdl expressed his plea- 
at Adam's acceptance d the 
Eetst Fund Post. He said that he 
is omviaced Adams "wQl be a 
great u^d to the Heart AsMda- 
tion in tfie 1166 Heart Fimd eifOTt. 
He is a young mpn with vitality 
and atMy. and I predd the rm^ 
metmdol campaign to the history 
of tiie Assodatton imder his capa- 



Tha traa ii frtannwl/ the preiaitfi ira hare 
...now find out if your Chrlitraai wlihaf 
have coma hrual Oun did . .. wa hava the 
nicait customers thara are! Many thanks. 

r 

CeciVs Beauty Salon 

2805 Pacific Ave. 
VIRGINIA BIACH, VIRGINIA 




ble leadashlp.' 

Am Chaknmi aiHpc^ed tq^JH. 
Admna far seven wea oonaMail' 
ties servked by the Heart AsMdi- 
tkm are: Vtc. Louis R. JoneB,!PNr 
ident, HoU(»n<n)«rown Foaaa^ 
Home, General Chakmai dj^m- 
fob; Mr. Sam G. Davto. DIsWl* 
Mana^. Booie BeneSdid JJIl 
Insurance Cmagm^ GcumI 
Oiairman of PortsnouOi: «al|. 
Ibigh L. Cayce, Present, -AMf 
dation fOT Resevdi md JN^M* 
eoment. Goeral Qudrmtti oMIr 
ginia Beadi; Mr. P. D. Bad% 
Jr., Du^ctor of Pivdart^ JQIgr 
of Chesapeake, Goieral C hrtWia 
diesq>eake; Mr. Jack AudtUMt 
Dfa«ctor, Cotoiial Wmm^ Wmm, 
General ObalriBan Smi&BddMa 
of Wght; and Mr. Paul 
preskient, Coundli;s Florist A: 
Slop. G«ia>al Caialiman of 
lin-Southampton Qm^. -n 

< If 'ill 

Proce^ d the nraattrloag'^fN^ 
wfll be itfed to f^ di* heaft aal 
Uood (Mseases respaedUe fop it 
fdkwo^ peteedg^m of daaWa ta 
oiff area: Ch^ivedEe 9l.e%;^1^ 
^nia Bow^ 53.01%; NoiMI 
55.33%; Portsmouth mM^\ 
FnakUn 73.98% ; Siifdk ¥mm 
bde of Wl^ 58.61% ; NaoaaaM 
County $8Ji%: and SotiteMptoa 
County 71.47%. MA jMt ail M 
more dian » a&nealB, Oeairdb- 
sues m^ade heart iMadi, alMiBfii 
hi^ blood presnr^ hardiaitor^ 
die arteries, and hixira haNK d^ 
fects anaong od»r conStioai "^ 

The ffiuua! <ain)N0i to i^M^ 
res^ffch, e^k^Mfcai end «oii|H^ 
ty s^vice pn^mm tai.teiHtf « 
heart dis^ae vfa^taas ba|^^l# 
ruiuy 1 and tria ds ty Ftbrueiy |i 

you £AK ^^ 

HEAMCREmi 

sTMiBAac giMs ISM mrr 

ftwa sail tf lwad i ch% 
■eiirttta,aNdidaor|Misf 
rhanfflatlsHi. lacMMS 
contains ssvlral 
nn pmrassa s^ 
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.1 B«aoh 
"tr Into 

d«d 
m We 

h« Irbpped ily late- 

ly. JM itaut ever^nm tas M« 
sent hit tatter. 

A^Q till* wttk, wt tavi AnMni 
itta S«flta't good mmm, mi 
tew lAe^ VtB to ^ m Urn 
VklJhli Bnch littort ^^if hi Im 



dBMt to 



Id raMn bte ^to woip, 
k|^ A triiphQB» opsilw ^^ 
niM Um h tiw "doO" m^m 
cf^NetfkM. WUe «• tiAud, 
«pi Wirt akiir to hear mk» of 
•«ll«na," "HMie pick no i^pi," 
'Tm imvr" ioi lots 4i itfs 
Moii cQiBlBf fkxm 4te jMH Btt 
j^j^ hat oim agite mnM 
im^. He hw wit in fteL>ttin 
mtitsa far. 

lot tsnrse, ii|Mio« do« sot pemA 
m frtit Ihltti an. but ttie ene$ 
^ilMr ippaar Ju* ai they were 
Mm. wMl no editing wturtst- 
«Mr. Itet Juat wookl not be Mr. 

ai|^ ddl week, Santa rec^vad 
^mi m^ ChriatRMS evte 
tm ^rgUa ^acfa yoittf|ta^. 
M^ iUm ^titA, maqr parson, 
HelMfag ptraMi^ nus^ieDed aw 
ame A tha MUb-^wa, taut tfie 
Mm got ^m anyhow. And 
tdA«N «<ifr Mkia m 
where the writer receivvd Us is- 
lonaMkNi «« ttbutt: 

MO Snow 9t. 
nOBQBm rvan 
NarthPofe 
NdM) Amerid 
aoWs ddft for b«lag ipeetffe? 
. qkn now are ildi w«Mb't M^rs 

to flibtt CSaok (iM Cbuae). 

• • • 

DMrtMta, 

I« j^ iMff ild bi^er ha¥e 
bean p^ m^ ^ year. Mjr 
tMMbiab^lNiMa^AAiid 
«hIi an tt^ aii I iMDt 
a li^ todde tmoA. miA m 



hopa «M fH. 'Otm m a taw 
more M^ te n t^K tt isr 
Gruit im know irtiat yoa're 
doi^. 

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Mr tataCSani. 

Pv OtfiiMi I woiM tte Ate- 
^ ni|^ Rad RKrer B^ Vao^J 
IMm*, ^Ip^ ExfMM, QrMpy 
Oaii^r^ JNaw ftap and ^ 
Bai^a. I to¥a bean a $»d bof . 
ft Kod^ m r|g^? (h«gory tes 
b«a a i^d boy tok 

DiVld 

« • • 

Dear Saab^ 

1 have been a good hay. And 
S«ta I woM a trudc And S^a 
teinoiTOw rm conelng to your 
bone. Saite I Vke you. I nUgbt 
get to eome see your house. Sama 
wiB ^w come to my hcmse? ieita 
tf you gat to c«ne to see nw rO 
ffi to come see you. I wouM Wx 
a Smta hemt mi Santa d(^t. 
But «HM ever you got I'll take. 
S«te your reri tkx, ^mj nice. 
I mi^ get to tmi you a card. 
I wnA a car and some new clothi. 
Hf now Santo, 

Bflly I. 

• • • 

Dmr Soito, 

Please bring me a waflcfaig doD 
goA mat atui mix. Brii^ iMdy 

JliMiB. 

• * * 

Mk MAa CMI. 

I iniitt a rtti., I irant %> pmes. 
I wttit i rittidbir. I wairt tun 
cbttiefe kt iB^ ftMe siiAen. 
CMm L. 



OD GtafataBtt Eva. AM) a iwf 
Unty dMAnua nd aHi||f Ww 



Dear fltiiCi, 

I htvw toib vary good this sMr. 
I wool^ Ine a Army Gun. 1 ji^, 
I tnidn, and a Hands Down QiUm. 
YoQ win have to come in tte (Mr 
becMH on- dAMney is too sn^. 
itady D. 

• • * 

Dear teita Cbias. 

t%aA ^ for ^ doll last year. 
CaM yw bring me a Mary Pop- 
pins Ml this y^r. Jdun would 
lile a (kxNJHe bug. Sandi an I have 
be«s good dds year. And bring 
some tojn to the poor ddMren. 
Itds is aU SanU. 

Tnm SMsa G. 

• • • 

Dear ^nta, 

I wouU like any UimJ of M)y 
doU. 

FraR, Smn 

• * • 

Dev Santo, 

Bbw have ymx be» tUa year 
md say HMliO to Mrs. Santo. I 
WM tafttag to n^^ X girl frieid 
fmibet^ and ^ aaid ^me is no 
KK:h dU^ as you. I aA my moth- 
er aiui sl^ lad it was and I t^Uve 
in my n»]tbe*. Oh yes I abrast 
for^ fcMT Christmas I want 

1. Bla^ Brotm 
a. Purse 
1 Keiq>svilla Brac^ 

4. pidknrCT merttst 

5. Over kiMe dcodn 

6. iNrtdi I 

7. h»id down game > 
a. Santo pin 

9. Poodde i X 

». <m>e Reewdo* i 

Love akvays, i 

GweiG. 





.,_ - »a OA«i a< 

^le^deatod saftta^ aM km 




poihRed bf WVBC "Meviriai. 

i^angemeeU w<s« nni^ to pre- 
4Ht iba pr«raB» ta totairtaioa 
\Haw«i« to tm mi^ dties lii^tte 
Otaited Stolea teoq^ 1» video 
tape CacMaof WVec Tiieidstoi. 
j| ipedid M& iMiitoa of the pni- 
gmn waa breadDaat tfarou^ tiw 
SatkA^wide ttdi^ of tte ASC 
Radk) Natwarit ABC SacUo ia mak- 
hg (ht pRigMra awtiaMa to the 
Annad Vuma ]toKb> Nalwork for 
lyAadcaU to aevta«aen sUAkmed 
Hknad Ifca ««id. 

Cities to Ok toteviatoo aahedtfx 
iKtadad iy^aiy. new Hmk, IMe. 
Mtoa, Massadw- 
'f^aM^, Paoflv^; 
aiaryanasn naHr i^ 
t»a, Urinlii; IrlttI, Annolce 
and Riamood, Vir^ate; Hie pro- 
Jnaa nA^ajaan ias^Ji^. 
facod^'M. i ft:30 PJI. Ilie 
(iMidal ndb vvUm ww earned 



(fftHa ware hand naufe caitls.) 

Ilo a «ny idM ^ota Chna <» 
CkAkaUk Eve. Have a v«7 Her- 
ry duMnuts and a hq^ new 

I¥om Suam G. iJ)ear Santo Claua, ^ 

1^ a vary ^ Mrs. I^to daus^ 1 love you Santo Ctim-. I want 

some fun. I want some toy. 
Love. Grace R. 



Dmt Sttrta, 

I w«at you to bring Uiys to Ae 
poor ^lUdren and I want y<Hi to 
tiritag me a $1.60. 

Love, C%aifle 

• * • 

i^lki <m was addressed to "San- 
ta, Princess And IHaaa.") 
Dear Santo. 

I ^roioM like iar Christmas the 
fdlowing toys. 
1. A bicycle 
I. A Jotoqy West 
S. Humdeitiolt . 
i (Md Cherc^ee. 

I bdw beo} a 9)od boy. Love. 

Dale 

« « • 

Deabr Rubldb and Mrs. Santo 
, CSause, * 

I sure did Uke the cake. Tell 
Rudolph I hope he gi^ the sled 



fi tlbe A0C Mdto mmik on 
luesday. Decembef 21, at 8:30 P. 
M.. and was b^rd on wmc AM/ 
ru at tet time. 

Us aonar a#eat of the t4a- 
^bon prognm was t^e uaa at 
{^(rte^a^ and fSm das^dtng ttie 
tOKBy (X^bxtm ^ otaerved ckir- 
big tl)e feative Cbsi^txnm ^^sx 
la WiBiani;i»urg, Amertca'a Co^ 
Ui Capttal. 

The iKx^on, miMti "(Enrols 
<tf Gtaristn»a," tekided many tra- 
(Ut^ud sdeoUms. A special ^g- 
mesat featur&l cands of c^Jm 
Iffids, acd the program oonclud^ 
widi "A Fe^hr^ of Carols"- a 
coaMii me£^ of seaamal f$mff- 



BOriH 
Mr. and Mr. BrIttoB Edward 
Pintie, Jr., of "Vkfiitta BaMfa wo- 

nouDce the ad::^^'^^^ (^ ^K^ ^^"^ 
(mi, a aon. Patrlek ftradlord. 
Hbn. Pieroe is Itje fonna> Miss 
Dor^y kern Le^r^t^P^o' <^ 
1^. UdWm Tdroa^ Leet of 
Chesap^ce >and the tete Mir. Leet. 



onCMiBUH e^ft. By te wagr I 
saw Sazte C^hnae A Wdmoai and 
I ate aaw ibe now fiaen. I tUdi 
ia's tksM to go. 

htm, Uaa D. 

« ♦ • 

I^ar Srata dius, 

ira vou cm» and sea me 
ChriMius Eve? MiQr I l»vt a 
i^kx toy? I haiw been a good gbL 
May I teve a bloa and puiN^ 
ball? 

Katty A. 

• • • 

Dew Sairta Qam, *^ 

Pteause bring me ^at you difok 
I'd Uke. I have btea a good gfa-1. 
Leva, Stt-i^ G. 

* 41 * 

Dear Sairta. 
I ana good. I wMrt mffprisM. 
Uv«, David and Matt 

• * • 

Dev ^iOtm Cteis, 

I don't want much for (Ariat- 
am. I want a Biby Boo. and a 
doO carrigge to by n^ (toU dofmi 
in. Ihat to aB I ws^ md I want 
some cm# too. 
Love. 
Sharm 8. 

• • • 

Dear Santa Claus. 

I dm't want mudi for Chrii^nas. 
^ whtA I ha\« on mind is a H 
tte. I want a ddl nanmd Swe^e 
Pie and I want a game called 
Hands Down. Tliat kn't much but 
I want to Iwve aom^Uog f« 
Other diildreo. 

Love, VicW S. 

Dear £karia Claus, 

I was a v«fy luid boy todiy. 

I b^aed Sisay book; I got toto 
the gum; I iMrned that diapa- 
dianger and I colored avai^thdi^ 
w^th blue crayon. 

I didn't mean to be bad but I 
dcm't tMnk I slwukl gei anything 
tor Cliristmas. 

Sissy and Denise have beoi 
bery good. Please brtog diem 
everytUag smi nothing for me. 

Rid» 
(Ed. note: This Irtter was obvious- 
^ written by someone else, prob- 
id>ly a parat. The siffuture is 
scrfcbled by the chiM. We wonder 
if Ae youi^ster really knew wb^ 

he was signing his name to.) 

• * * 

And here is ti» last word in 
l^tov to Sai^. ... It was typed, 
and we {n«aent it exactly as it was 
writt^. &mto, by the vay, assure 
us he understood it all. 
Dedresanto 
iiwould 
likee ^ 
aneigUhhhh h aBOWandarrowill 
ie k! 

av«^rctiasaiackon' Uk kite 

h«d»i)leloveedd 
pspleasbrh^mesome 
nKtorcyckborts 
Eddie 
And 8iat, dear readera, .is that, 
until next year. 

Merry Christmas . . . 




LIwSTEN.-- 



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H^ Joseph Lowctithat J^. 

MANAOlNG EDITOR OF THf 

Uirainia vDeach ^uH 



Mm WKVK ' 

iMarad here wib Mr. Rkhaid Hannoa, ft9ptm 

WKVK to || the praceaa of ti^ig radto spoto 

la a sealer M CMt teit la ak 

ny DJBCA faaeMsaa wUefc are heU Itoaaghaat 

km of Mr. BaniMa aad the fnom nta fc afi 

itir ooataibirttaa haa aided die adeoess af 

dKOfliudve e dn aal to n hi Vlrgtoto Seat*. 

rthm to aaatot <feb Cax DB CMb hMkrH^I^ 

n to be ergaataed. In Jwraury, jMe wffl 

i U/km to DBCA tft the piae^ttaa af 

<!iiileg Vlfghda Heritage MMth. AeaM- 

(MiW IMa SaMt U a atadeal af «sel- 




EACH MONDAY 

#iI»«ESDAY 

/M FRIDAY 

ATlisliP^ 

WITH»^ 



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DURING THE |IqI)N R^ORT ON 



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1 5S0 dN YOUR DUU. VIRGINIA BEA^ 



^t dlf^oi, yk aa|»acfairf raeclR 

Hlw iunple maitaga of "Noce oh Eorth, Good 

WIN (0 Man^' Ybiv Hlf eatOmari, 

^^ttMiAr good! wM fo 01 ^ yoor 

Ibyol patronage. Our hearts flIMd 

n^Hi gladness, wo wish to #ay, 

*1%«ib you Im a^ a wonderful yaor.** 




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Jn^s die aeami for nitef mslu^ and 

pMMse on eardi widi lots of |pM)d clM«r. A»l 

Wre rin^ng w& wkh a aindera ''dbttdk 

yott** to all our wonderful eo^mers for db^ 

loyal patrona|e to lis. A -mff 

special Merrjr C3iriatmai to all df y<fiii 



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4 the Yiiletlde, we eapedally re^ice in tke opportunity 
to turn hfom the routine of everyday busineai and in real 
tincwrity cdnvey ouc appreciation to our inany valued 
friends. Your favors and ^>od will have made ''everyday 
Ibusiness'* a very tpedal pleasure for us. To all, oilr wishes 
lor a hap^yi hearty holiday rich in good old-fashioned joys. 

R. LEE PACE & CO., INC. 



250 MMtic^llo Arcade 



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For Your Slk^pin^ Convenience - . . 
Wi vi open Mon. thru Sat. 'til 9 P.M. 



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I'itt % doi^f Gk^ a 
GIFT CERTlPfcJitk 
From Cherry PiUtrion ! 



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Your motlier la zight SIm wa 
y/tm ihe thtaki ytifi an oU 





mam 70a 

, ymparv yoim 

br 4«diliiif now tlut yoa 
__ to to an iiuUi4dnd lad 
w^ a foUoirw of tto crowd 



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v«. Awte o( ao^ at (MOm 
Qforp iMd^ tt^i^ &«t 
laM Amiaf fcy lAi^hi a vor 

Md Qttda Ul^ Aran tto trvU- 
ttod Hr^^ uM m King's Col- 
1^ CtofMl, Canfcrkl^ 

Tto Y«itt dray nul tihree 

- ai «^ M tfie chSA-en of tbe 
Soada^r SdKid took ^t. 

Doi^las Rdtord was narrator 
ol Ito afae VbfkaA lassow wNk 
lln. WhBiner Trmk^a^ $bt. 
John Mmfcifi A-wlcd tt» Jorior 
^Mita'. Hie tfUMuti setting «ia- 
utad from a weA't woik bjr 
Whttmer Fraidc. 

^«fe ftiatii«-s i^re Itrs. Stti- 
tey Ito-tin and Un. ^dind 
Barnei. nd Pad Peler, wA in 
dnr^ of tfie H|^^ diects. 

i^noBg tfwa« tidting ptft w^ 
Martha DaWttt as Sve; Larr; ftt 
lor. God; SartA I^Braont, Mary; 
jtan mdm ^. |tay«l toth Ja- 
icfih and Acbn); Qiuka GQBarM. 
IXiald Bra(% aal 6% Kutz 
««« Kii^; Eric Sotted, Lrtflra 
Boice and Margaret (^ian were 
n^jnras. tob n^el QaDrwi waa 
pli^fed by W Sversen and otfae* 
ki^eU wera raprafflt^ by Eiiza- 
Ml Green aad Loidae Ovennan. 

Tto .Ainior Ctoir caroled b^cre 
each of the nine leaam tableaux 
whidi Inchided IHvinwn Mj^eri* 
um, Fraich Nod, Venite Adore- 
nptt, ft^ O&Wfltry QtftA, Ifesa 
ik0k^ Poer WNm Stoitt l«gA. 
4d Tto itoptoid's nnmtA. 

FCRSONaL 



Mi«. Florence T^frnar of SOOi 
iltr«el)Mil reiisi^ fram Ronnie's 
turtoy day fo(4Mril gan^ lA Vic- 
toif 9te(ttun wbare tto HoUea de- 
feated the keydetfl ft to ii flSr 
tton. Jolm, is cajptain (^ the V^ 
tjMHn, a senior tiiclde aUd a ^aod 
proi^ for tlie C^rllo^^ hdi- 
6^ Aftlttt^gamee wUch snread 

db hkmmmk b imM. hA^- 

b« attoded aO of JMm'a iimea. 
flsop^^a'dto vSi Be t toB fiWHgli 
ato nrigbt to paeMl agaia at 
ChriatnuiitiiiM! 



Virginia B^ WK ThurKl«y, Dt^f^m 23, 

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Pete; Tadter ho!^ flw "Mn mi ^dpei ," '"Sle 
mi flw feed eU fli« d Dfade each nordng 1^ i 
eniraMw d Ae Mayllamr. «ft a 

CNIUniik^ ir IttYFUWil 

kly DOUGLAS OmUi BARNES fxSfA ^ Hm toiUing. 



wmr^"*^ 



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ftmnmm power 

SoflM hand^^iiiMri wsmii 
ivUI cwMtnal A oompioto 
n>fwin WoMohoi^ ii IM 
prteto iift txdtliig Blade 
it Dodcar SwamtikifoM 
tto saMii IMviin Wbritatop 

Now York l^sffcTa Fdr. It '* "X 
could to yoank Or you IJ JalMtot— ^Wv 
win oni of li4d Homtmm. U 




Qmj^ teary, son of lir. . ifid 
Mrs. Geoife R. Li«ry d saoe 
Ogdm* ^« hM toes #lMMd.ln 
Sie iKHwr roU for tto foat flarter 

io'lidrida. tie ia a m£iM>a' 'd tl^ 
aenitH* dim. 



VHWIPilA BEAdR - Ifhh WHt- 
^ toa tto privi^ d ttving in 
^ Mayflower, 3«th sid AtUntic, 
(to firat Mghi4se apar^nait buUd- 
ti^ on Ae Beach. JeWn^i pit 
snaO cMteminy M Ml ciMl 
OddtoA fii% Mqfflo«# md- 
houtt. toA ibe na^ bat to ito 
and to lA ott«r ocnq^ttto, ft la 
k aandndsy ol a Wiue. 

AM if* iMttsed tto M0 to- 

MB m anvawnn, na mmr aDB 
tto popular, tto Mrvioe m 
tto ratifod ofDcv, tto oor> 
M (to »toar Mdftb playc, ... 
rotnantlc, tto vUpw, Ito wte, tto 
oMtor, the devfl^ ?^fivor 

to^ iQwi ail oocAoHowi rtehiaa 
(Wto cant to v«fy tog n no 
oto win aOow m .0 tol). lEVtoy- 
diia wto fiVii fa tUs l^cilra and 
a«fe sn apai^ni^ Mmi fawq . 
it (flan oopveffawa IH ^aidk 
tod b a tnie HOME. 

llto (taft ii oomtvidy tddag 
clto d oor Atajiy ra^fdarta and 
iiJHoiyocrjRlea. Percy Tackart tto 
oiljl^ watctooan, tos been on tto 
n| IS years and poaseiaes great 
khrffWffff and uoder0tand^^ and 
thoi^ biarlkdate at tkim, toi 
the suaven^ Aid tact d a David 
Niven. Svery moitifiig, bdd:^ leav- 
ing lili job a wdto- at Ito na» 
Ttke tm, to ndM ttree ^pi fai 



JMf <to tovf Axtdi. ^Btie^, 
and real «Aate agcate, p&is cd- 
fee Uantches, and the in^ atwe. 
tea rodm and restaurant on tto 
fMotad flottr. Who an undeNM^ 
Btafe tto£Mndry rooen <M«r*taft 
fr^ds^ are nia^ o'W' tt^ ^ 

tod bii ttr deft toriAm^ «Mr 
(tend Attawiy AetoaH an 

j^ R to at ChriatauMtkto ttot 
Ito Mayflower g»aa all tto way 
wKfa boindito boaptolHy. An enor 
nm Christmas tree Ugbti tto 
toiby; tto toga star and ito col- 
ored bolto apeB oat "Tto Mar 
flower " and Bgfat tto scenery for 
many Uockt: abnoat e««70M 
Arowt a party, tote or wiaS, n 
htt home; and every door (a' 
SM) is decorated for tto i^uay 
Maaott. i kaow, beeaose «ar1y «m, 
nwndng, after consulting Perefe 
I dfoOad trough each d the IB 
toOa, and marvdied at the lovd^ 
dbor dacoratlans. Froon tto one 

each Is artistle. each & dtSemfi, 
and a^ tove <m3^ the spirit la 
-ly M^ry cairistmas or Rap^ 
ChMinuklii-a New Year d P^ 
is b^^nnii^. 

Each ®M aaeaa to say: ,'ftetor. 
There ft fi^Cce aid lo^ here, tift 
is my heme. 



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n i^- fcaaaid apto: torn* ' ap*" 
liMriv vaawry adl raA laind 

tows wUie jred nillH laoMlto 

tto frmne. Itt dear aiNK ftto 

Ito toBM if Mra. iaaafk MmI. 



REMOVE 




Wittond Caitow or Bw»to« 

Oo(rta(|» warn jdddng at 
hm at warta may eatpa 
^^eaidlng. Now amar- 
PSdWJptoatoitaa 
&rtioyBttolrMlk,to 

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H. 9m$, liiiMW WNte M( the eheek ftr tbe wh«|i|itag 
_ af tl,m Md iwiiiirtnil tt to 1k>. Jmes N. wmanui, dl- 
if tte AttHMe Menial Hj^ne CUiAe. Joit a few hum Mer. 
paMMly aeetpla Ike iteek fhan Mn. BoDli (left) 
% Itffeit rii^ iwliHirtloii ice^red fren any 
CPaMekpheto) 



rtffll 

liMJE m FIRST SOCC^niLTEST 
OFAUQWOFUELIJOCKET 
ON MARCH 16. 1926. 



TO SUPPUr PQOPUSON RfiSMCE 

EXPUWTION. ONE OF THE MOir 

iFF^CMT FUEIS, MtORCIMI/ 

n;oaica>BYOUNMNnff90N 

CMtl«iaLOOW3WnOM,POWlCB 
pHEMRraRCE nWiaUBEDIN 

THeoeMiNiraoaQAM. 




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lUt aewe net Ua«. FMtr B 



pilcM hi aai made op the 
•b«et to Ml Bay ColHQr 



SISRS fiREET VIET NAM 



msiNlA BEAOB - Reiidaito 
ta Itaqr O^hmy dierad a norvd 
tMfboA d wekomtaig honie a 
BHiriMr of tba air wiag italkned 
itend tfe« tadepeodnca. wImo be 
mtur i w^ lut Tifwk ■ 

ilpii giatfar to Uioie placed 
ilMi U0nm$* 1^ a w^ known 
i^m^ emm cmgm9 wn 
ipaead dang Yak. Lane, ahnoet 
to tt» auA's froHt dwr-rtap. Tin 
idpi tMR aea% pitied wkh red 
fattart en the «Ute bacNgmad. 
Hw ^s r^: mm Peter B. 
SMm (UBN) . . . yoQ hne been 
. . . amqp too k^ . . . w\& 
Navil ^ ... in Viet Cong . . . 
;^attr n^fpoit i^ ... Job in 
W Bi|r . . . we're proud to have 
yiBU . . . hooM todegr . . . Pete. 

A ha^ bnDcr «Meh aaid, "Wet- 
cone fioBW Pito^' wM rtmng 
aotwi tfie road nefr LOpR. Er 
ton't horaa. 

At latoo i^gfmdned bb bouee 



cmmsmmafmorvmoamh 

to tt» CM^f Offica or Hw Cl^ 
aitt 0Mrt of tiie <% of Viq^ 
BeMb, OB to 3rd day of Decem- 
befi 



be saw aoottier bffiuier, ^ning 
aoott tbe road in front of his 
dMveway n^iich welccmed him 
borne. And. to top that, another 
wetome borne e^ was jdastered 
acroai tbe btmt U bis bouse. 

Eaton WM not tile <h4)c service 
n»n wdeomed bade from Viel 
Nam in tfds manner, (toe wch 
in^nee wu a Ug «^come tonr 
sigB lA tltt ei^ance to SouAot 
Pt^ts <m (Wat Neck Road. 

lb (be mm of ti)e Independence 
and Carrier Air Wing Seven: 
Wdoome hmoe and weD d<xM. 



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^ nvoMS* 

^ MB CuIlM Jehi Day 

Alt JflRMS 

X. Nopblaoii In "Eogia In A 
Cog*.- 

Trtvor H«wqrf 

PMw 0*Teol« 

Pirttff rant 

3. Hert on ''UPs Hoy PM 

OfficA* 
DoaMwivw Paul Hoimiiis 
Art Cam«y 

4 llt*i aaM In "Mwny 

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DoMiy Kayn 
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When newcomers more to 
town, oar Hostess greets 
them, and extends a wel- 
come, with the personal mesr 
sagcB of our friendly, civic- 
minded sponsors. 

NEWCOMERS 

GREETING 

Mrs. Margnrst Lowman 

HostMf 



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^fmm" kit ym to kmm wbew it P«*»^y "ff "£ 
IwiS ifciNi to ♦wr ttpen » tt^rt|Mr ^ Wf to *• 
Meat jiM ««^«kMi you «• ilM to b«i«i te It. 

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Ontar «f 

jMXfimum am bohren, 

MtttOH A. B(»1MEN. Defend- 

ant 

The objaot of tUa antt ii to ob- 
taia a dtvgrce a menn ct ttioce 
to be later meifed Into a Aforee 
a vinculo matrimonii from tte said 
dnliiinih^it. open tbe i^wnda of 
enniljr and oontmctiM deeeHten. 

And an affidavit ben^ heea 
mad» and filed tbat tbe deiadnt's 
Uet knaem addreas is viiamm, it 
is onfered that he do ifpotf b«« 
willita ton (ifl) d^ alter An pob- 
HcatfoD bereef, and do d^ augr 
be n e c a asary to protect ins Ww- 
.;.t In Ibis suit. 
~""iy— Teate: 

V ngNTRsas. Oeifc. 

M. White, D. C. 
, fliarlowa, p.q 





mHS tHEIMB 

v/Hmy you fiaJ tfooJ cWr, p«ca «iJ 
Ltp^twM at CliHtlmai Hme. 

SMITH & KEENE 

ELECTRICAL SRViCE 

Phona 34^^4646 

3641 Bonnay Road Virginia BaacH, V«. 



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BEACH-BAYNE 

25th (r Mintic i7th & Atlantic 



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ic/lt this Clirlftmasftda^ 
wa grattfuKy wish for 
(ril our daor friends Hi* 
Sanson's mcmy biMsings. 

{MCINTOSH STUDIOS 

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"JACK AND TBE BEAB^'ALK" 
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THURS. NU. & SAT. 
Docombor 23-25 



SANDS OF THE 
KAU^ 

Sfuart Whitman 

< Stanley Baiter 

Susannah Yoric 



Fiihirot ^ 4, 6, 8, 10 







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Adnderien: 1 Can of Peed 
(ne(lrii« elae!) 

BEGD^ WEa>NESDAY^ MSdMnSE M 



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$UN.,iMON., TUES. . 
Docombor 26-28 

SKI PABH 

Frankie Avalon 
Deborah Walley 

Foaturos 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 



WB>., THURS., FRI., SAT. 
Dal. 29- Jan. 1 




«^.,THI»CS.rnil.,SAt 
Doc. 29- Jan. 1 

CnCMiATI HD 

Steve McQueen 

Tijesday Weld 

Ann AAargret 

Peatufos: 2 4 6 8& 10 



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have mow JOSS'S 
SHAMBO mMUld legaUy 
■ dettl 

THIS CAw cvne on this day 
^ be heard <W^ ^ ^*<*fn peti- 
Ni of G«aHI^«ristopber Georgi- 
^ to Ailare Gregory Joseph 
iambo legally dead and was ar 

irflqf pannifL 
l^NCqNSlDKBATION 

{|[|£3^£QF, and it appearing to 



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^UMm wmm ravi^iT, 



ta te mAar cf ttie P^ttm oC 
jUM OIHar BiT«A f«r an arte 
wWfeW i W^ tat imttm %ite 
^M to pMoned to bt (Im4 
^Mii lli ii IffBcafitn ii Ofd. $M 
it appavtag to the gem that m- 
liam Rulfia Bryaat reiidail in the 
'"" ao«rpart ol tte 
V10Bta. aod 
Nkn and ta^ 
to the B^ far aew^ 
iv«iy,.«oji..te» not 
tiBOB, a^tbeCowt 
* that the appllcao^ 
^ryint, VQOrabe bli 

..__ ha & Ijiet ^ead, it is 

ORDBRfeD that uOA applied 



• U^ULNOT^S 



Paid Jl.^riP. P« 
Vir^M^ V^Ua 



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{||g!au!Aif , una u appeariag lo vnajirawa> mai lau appucHiw 
te Onrt that t^ aiU Gcagwyi qfc JCM jollier 9(yant shall be 



iittrt 






{aeph Shambo 

ii the Cowty ol „ 

bow in the qty ST Vti|Mli 

|eacfa>, Virgta^ am) that~R^ 

1^ Grego^ <^°fSf^ Shambo went 

|t)in tfaf 

Ithe 

hemnd d ttx^ the year ll(^. 

be ^tit^B 1^ i^-ooeedl 

pelM^anoi 

fcy ^i™#|red 

hf acT deii 

irr FURTIEK 

le Couit that aie said 

Ids^ Sbtfnbo has beea 

|om th^ City of Virgiiiia B«tch 

|r a p«MjflC WWB^c^ifiyfn 

lut less ini tw^feywi. 

fcit is th|UlwAWD«P. Qji^ 

' ^ Alffl) MXl^ED H«« 
of (hw peBtite'N "die MM 

orge GWitafi)^ Q««gMll b4 
blished oiu» a wedc far km 
uccessive wedu in thf, ^%gUa 
' ach Sun Hews, -* npo^p^ 
jublisbed in ti» t% it #g&ia 
leadi, Vir^nia an! that ix^ce 
leing givto tint on the 44ft day 
~ JaiHiary. 1966, being two vedcs 
jfter the final pid>licati(m as here 
provided, that tUs Court will 
evideiKe coiKoning ti» at>- 
and alleged death of Greg- 
my Josq^ Shandw; it is further 
ORDERS that the Cleikof this 
Court publidi a c«1ified copy of 
ftis (ttder in ^ said Vir^nia 
^ch 9aai as notice rei|u^(»d in 
Ms Deoraa. 
I A CoKHPeala: _j:.if' = 

\i 3om V. wmess, dak 



PMbiish^ okice a week for four 
Aieoeasive weeb ip the Vk^Ma 
IM.^ • arfwipapar jJobllAed 
Watdiy df Vtrijala BMich. and 
ttaa^ nolioe be ghrii;n t{uit on the 
Mh d^ of ^immy. vm. which 
U' two ^ vMk^ after the Hnal ad- 
«ir6aenwJM of laid notice to the 
said new^per, iM 9burt will 
hi^ eddWSt c(namd» Urn at 
)itjfaA ibaeoce of the i^ppoaed ^ 
cedent, and the circunuisx^ aaA 
tefttoo iKHl; mi the Clok is 
m^ ^lUbfaed a certified 
c(9f of this'^der as t|fe notice 
re^iired to t^ laid l^glnto Beac^ 




• IMAL HOfflGB I Virginia Beach ^N, Thursday, C^tmber 23. 1965 



fm^fS 



A C(^— TImIc: 

JGHH V. iEMT^:SS. derk 

By: Doris i ML, D.C. 



f By: R. H.^dhrD.av 

|^aroId«.l|lni 
9joe Boalfti^Tradb 



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^ Cte^t's Office «f ^ Or- 
Otet ft *«« aty oC Virginia 
n lha3M|i 1^ << Hovem- 
bff^'jfSS. 

'-'' TliKhi ttTHiCfaitoa 
THEIilA D. VICK, Plainttff, 

»A«D W. VKX. Pefendant. 

Ihe obj^ of tiibl Riit is to ob- 
tato m aottiima^ from d» said 
defoidint. 1900 die grounds of 
naarrii^ not om^nnnatod. 

And an affidavid having beat 
mais and filed that the deiend- 
a^s la^ known addrras being: 
c/oJUrt.' Itevid Vick, &•.. Ben- 
netto Pasture Road. Sulf(dk, Vi^ 
gtoto. but after diligent s^u-ch 
die plaiirtiS has been un^le to 
locato hlin. it is ordered that he do 
jfpear here wUlito top (MLdays 
gte dito pidiHcftton boeeC. «i4 
amMm^U necessary to pro- 
teci his mt^rest in this suit 

A' WT— Teste;* 

^ ^ darlp. 



oi mmmmMjmi m'vmmnA 

In tteMt^B tMBie of Oel^- 
qf :to C% of Vlr^rfa 
ti» M dt^ ol D^in- 

As^t mm k 

,D«.,PlaiM«, 

AuGtmn QRAin^ras. et al, 

Ite AiM<>(tUs'«iitisto- the 
said eoin{Ai|tt^ to ei^oe I^ 
of )u4pM^ i^a^ the said 9e- 
f^att's r^ ^to. 

Aim! an itff^vit havs^ bera 
made and filed that the defenterta 
are Mt i«|fatoirts of die mm of 
Vir^a, and that dm diU^ex^ 
has kern m4 by md m bebaV of 
toe coQ^itfiai^ to detainibe to 
whidi oaia^ «r aMporatian .tte 
defeadaito^tfe without atfet^ the 
la^ known idA'ees being: sn S. 
Birdnedt Itoad, Virginia Beach. 
Vta^nia, tt la nrde«d ^uit they 
do i^^ioa- here wittun ^ (10) 
days 1^ Aw publtoi^n har^, 
and do what nnay be nece»«y to 
protect thdr totecst toj tids suit. 

A copy— T^e: 

JOHN V. ratrntpSSj Oerk. 

By: J. Cartls Ftvtt. B.C. 
Bry^^ A foeytos, p.(|t- 
1309 Laskin Road 
Virginia Baacii« ^^rgUa 

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In the Circuit Cant (^ the C^ 
ttf Vir^^df Ilk tte »k diqr 

In toe flatter of 



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Virgtaia p^ ^^T]^ 



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cfMOioNvsALTH or rmuNiA 

In the C^!i1t's 0^* af toe Cir- 
oUt Court of die aty of Virginia 
Beach, on toe ^h day of Noven»- 
ber, 1965. 

Older «l f>aUieaMea 

GLORIA mMi L^NtelS 
RKS:, PlatoUff. agatost 

ROBERT L£E RICE, Defendant. 

The ob^ (rf tois Slit is to (^ 
tato a (Uvorce a noojsa et thwx) 
to be later m^ged into a divorce 
a vinculo ntatriiDonii from the saki 
deieid&nt, upon the grounds <d de- 
sa'tim. , 

And an affidavit havii^ been 
made and fikd that the def aid- 
airt's last known address was: 3337 
Terrazzo TYail, Va. Beach, Virgm- 
to. and that due dfl||ence has beai 
uedby and <m taiwtf ot the cam? 
piataitot -to na^&tt Id widcfa 
county or cor|»i»«tM»i the defaid- 
ant is witooid; effect, U is wdered 
that he do appear Iktc withto ten 
illO) di9^ lAer dbe piAittcaton 
hereof, and^ «h^ mi^ be nec- 
essary to protort his mtewA to 
iUaM- 



\^8itoa. toe taat komm poet oito 
addrasa betag: W4 ^1^ 
Avenue, Brook^, Nm Ywk, M to 

oTitered thnt ^ ^ flf^ff hPre 
ii«tin tan (to* ^ta^ rftor ^ p^ 

Uottai teeol, ai^ do tM m^ 
be nka a rtiy to^titecthyW^rt 

to flUs mA. '' 

A mi^-tt^: 

gy: J. ctette nm, D.a 

iMttiRoad X 

leKk. VirgWa. .^ 

»*« 

wbnraAs 

ii «M Otrri CWtoe Of Hie Gk^ 
pril Oewit li toe C^ el VIrghte 
teaA « toe 9to *v ef Neven- 
fer. n«. 

HOUON BROIWN M^I^MJ 
wd 

(M&BtmKt, etc. 
Dxn^tea^ 

UABSJM mom mmtssam, 

Sr AiS., RMpondesU. 

die ab«m s^ed 
the btbfp'apMc 
Eaalufi ItwDsmd, 
tt a|ipeprta« by af- 
to law that 
EUzabeto deGaston, Jack Edwards 
and Smnv Boards, ra siKai d a ite 
to toe dbovfretyled suit, are not 
reaidfflts ol tMs state, tt a, ttwre- 
fore, ORiDia^D that toe sakl 
EUaUMto deGaston, Jack Edwards 
andSnan^ Ed(war<b do appear 
witoin ten days after due pitolica- 
tion of this order, to the Owt's 
<Mc6 of our said Clro^ Coiot aod 
do what is necessary to iMxAect 
their iirterests. And it Is furtoer 
ords«d tiMi this order be publish- 
ed Mice a week icff four successive 
wedcs in the Vh*^ua B«Kfa Sia^ • 
newsp^)er {Kinted to the Ci^ ot 
Virginia Beach, Virgtala. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. raJfTRESS, Oerk. 

By: Mary M. White. D. C. 
P. A. Ageiasto, Jr.. and 
Petw A. A^asto, HI, 
Attorneys for Qxnplainanto 
SOI CitizeiK Baric Buildii^ 
Nrafdk, Virginto 




CUnFIEDIIB 




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_[ |LBI»«a SIRV^ 




Wb tl^HA tf ttos wi^ is to db- 
tate a (K^ne a vto^b toMrta»M 
ton te ntf ^^^^ 1^ tot 

iuid an ittdavit Mv^ ^m 
ma^ awl filed that ^ ddtoda^ 
to a n^radtol d toe Sb^ of 
^^a. the tort tann p^ d- 
&» adUren be^: c/o CsBsnner 
mr^^ mmm, R(^uv&. Ren- 
a ia ct6eMA tott h$ do 
. hm mua ^ <M) days 

„ due pipeaton h«^, and 

^ idiat mfo« necaswy to pro- 
isdt im interest to this suit 

A cotqr— Teste: 

JOWJ V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Jaanes R. McKeiry, p.q. 
Brydges It Broyles 
iSflO Laskto Road 
Vli^ida Beadi. Vfa-^ma ' 

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Wm AMD RS'Am WOBX 

Bun^ring - Btoattog 

^ctricat ~ hk Coodtta^ 

pRIfK^ mm PUJMWMl 

AND EUXnmCAL 

^jppuESiS, mc. 

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RINTAl REAL ^AH 



EMPLOYA^INT 



41 H«ip ¥if»iit4»-4toiw 




N^ded — 3 mm tanme^t^ tor 
maugor trainee pro-am, lAtot 
be atteirtive and career mtaded. 
Can m4l^ 

u-ittto 



2 BiaOMXSll to^nd ^«taPi|#. 
All lAiliMea furtoahed. Use of Mir 
matic washii^ maditoe. Y«^^ 
rental - |llO SKuth^. CaD m- 
ass. i»-i6^ 



tefrAi.^.«wMi 



(XjMPUnELY furnished. 1 and 3 
room officienctos. Somt'w^ w^ 
to wall carp^ |60. monto^, to- 
ciwiing water. Call i»a06O or 
«M9UL »43-ttn 



I1JA ItouMt. Nrfiiw^ 
or Unf umy^ 



1 b^ktMiB m* s 

3 bednM) ^MM. M^ 

ty. 4M-ffii ttyttw. . Wirttt 



Its I^Ma->^vrnial^ 



12-34t 



In «>e Clerk's Offioe of the Cir^ 




h new SSInf lalMt^with th* h- 
Vhoidt^ to wll-^Pf*"- '^SS?* 

*ion (Mkace) Wok ptoes. Mojt 

%tatem2Ki likt "PilM lMV« eMMd to 
Se . P&m!" Tilt jgptt is • "» 

Icovery tf • worl*<Ma«i NMer^ 
instituliitlili Mlwtto**^ •«w »*«• 
>ble in tiJpo«eorf »•«•««««* f*^ 
'iMlltd Smamtio» W*. At «n dm 
'counte 




«i>iiMNitoK 

$mXMmtmB, 







n CL4^m^MSS^ D^endant 
^ The d^ al thto sutt is to ob- 
^0 t^^qrc^a ftoodo matrtaaoaU 
|g^flJ9 0i deiodant. v^fm the 

And an fffldwit haviai J#b 
'iQM^ aai tied that toe drfendmit 
ii a non-r^klait (tf toe State d 
^Hi^to. the tost loKnm port office 
address betog: Brook^. New 
YoA, tt to ordei^ tfeat he do 1^ 
pe^ here withto ten (10) d^s 
(^er Aie pdl^oi^ ber^. and 
4o vAi&i may be necesswy to pro- 
tect his totorert to tUs nut. 

»9iy.|©i3fflESS,ctek. 




V! V13NtRESS. Ckrk. 

Mt^nito, nxx L 

naza East 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 
' la tke Cleik's Office of the CIr- 
enit OmtI af Ike CMy «l Vligtoto 
Beai^ ea the Srd day ef Decem- 
hett UG(. 

Order of PuUlcatkn 
JIMliS GRANT, 



AFFIDAVIT 

TMs day personaDy appeared 
JcSm E. Olney and made oato toat 
to a suit pending to the Circuit 
Court of the City of NorfoBt where- 
to Oliver W. Beasley is plaintiff 
and John S. Olney is defendait, 
tl» said platotiff is not a reskl«rt 
of Uie State of Virginto, the tort 
known port office address betog 
4000 Glai Road. Vir^da Beach, 
Vtoginia, which was the mly ad- 
drett dMainalde aO^ a dUigmt 
seardi by the d^endant 
■ (s) JcAn E. (Mney 

Sworn to and subscrtoed before 
me this Uto day of November. 
1965. 
(s) Anne G. Carney. Notary Public 

My c(»nmission expire: Aug 13, 
1968. 

A^iUcatiMi for an Order of 



CAB DRIVEN. Servtee men 'm- 
c^ted. No o^erienc-^ n ^ece s ar y. 
m^m wedtfy. We pay^br Oty 
pondt. iUan free roon mA. Sile- 
way Tmid, 'sm 9iore Drive, Vto- 
gtoto Beadi. «M«1 »aMfa 

4a Mp Wantod 
Mmo or Fomalo 



2 BSS>W(M fimished aparbneirt. 
SuitaMe for co\q?le or two ^srte- 
men. $66 nawthly-year r(«nd. Wa- 
ter fumirtied. CaU 4S84n4. 

12^^ 



FUiUHl^DS) — 3 bickwn houm 
wito \MBg loom UMm and 
bato. Eart of Vir^ BeaA W^ 
Scbml, c(»nf(u1aite, 18 par 
month. CaU OB^BOO «- HTW^* 

tt-l*W 



FOR B£NT - torairtied to^du. 
a betbwjms each apartment 
Fenced ynrd. Water paid, »<t3 
monthly. CaU 340aa39. U-ll-tto 



VIRGimA BEAQI - N^K 
and beadi. SnuB 
nished. No d^aaks, |8#1 
Couple only. !to peto- SiHS9. 




REAL ESTATE: ^es po-siHis 
neected "Wl»re Tlie Actiwj Is." Ex- 
perience not eisend^ We will 
trato and i^ yon M you have a 
burntog desire and great determi- 
nation to be iuoMsfuL Goodmwi- 
Segar-Hogan, Enidaitial Sal^ 
Corp. For informath» catt Joe 
Peters, SW-3232. U-U-lfn 



MANPOWrat. INC. 
IIROS^TLY NEEDS 

tWtoto 



FURNISHED ^wrtnmrt - Uvtog 
room, bedrown, kitchaietto, bato 
& large dwet. Comfortable, dean 
wdl heated, central location. Near 
ocean. $45 per monto. ^^g^fap- 
nished. CaU 4284980 or mmt. 

l&SMtn 



1 1 S A RMort ^foporfy 
for Rout 

UNFim^nSlffiZ) bouse hr 
Stove and reft^itoir tetobbed. 
2 bedrooms. 800 Ddawve Avemie. 
Can «8-U88. 13^1t 

t16Butlffi«ft?lacM 

For Ront 

OFFKE - Undm Mdge, 21?C 
Gffiii Neck Road. Two rooms wMi 
heat tochided. 180 per mtoth. Ifr. 
DeHart-34»«n. IS^ih 



i^QE Bl^l^ (BANT, 



Mo^VtlM^ 




1244t 



COMMI^nnBAI^ ^ VIRGINIA 
la toe q#fc^ Office of the Ck^ 
cult CMfft el ttettty ol Vkglrta 
BcM*. o| the n^ day of l^tovon- 
ber» 968. 

Orte^PiMcattMi 

agiAnt 
GWZl^SJUi WaSON WINSTON. 

The ol^ <^ iliis suit is to ob- 
tato a <8vDrne n vtocuto tnatH* 
monU friMi tiie said d^endant, t^>- 
on d» ipmaidref two ye^ separ- 
lAion. 

And aa atfidavtt having beei 
made and ffled toat toe Mendairt- 
is a nsH^drat of toe S^e d 



.^^ of ton a^^^to obtain 
''e'a' i^p*li#'4naitolmomi 

i^^^pmfathe 

., _ jn i^KteSf#vii« been 
ifflide^nd filed 6m toe cMendant 
to to** lasictent ot toe State of 
Vb^m^Vx tort fcaown post ttffice 
adt^ea Mng: l^vuinaii, Ge^ia, 
it 'kf; »^SKd aiit do a^eaa^ 
I^^ait^ ten <l») days after due 
pdMaHw h««ol, and do what 
mi^ be neo^ary to j^rotect ber in- 
t^^ to Aia ai^ 
^i^c^gr— Tail: 



Application is hereby made lor 
an ord^" of pdiUcation in toe 
above styled suit, the object d 
whidi is to dianiss the above 
cause for Man to {fftiaeiuto and 
thitf iiM d^ndart wm' appear 
on toe art ^ ol January, U66 
at 9:00 AJd. to tl» Circuit Court 
(rf dw Oty ol Mnf(A to have 
same diosdaaed. 

(a) Jdrn E. (Mn^ 

li«4t 



We have hximedtote assi^smnto. 
many adjacent to Vh-ginto Beach. 

NO FEE 
lime (M ht^em joIm v^ien de* 
sired— work oa ttow tenqporory 
jdis wtmi convoiient to you. 
Phone now for toterview aiul jdi 
anigmnoat, 6i7-386L . 



8i27-tto 



LONDON BRIDGE - tl3 Gate- 
WOOD Avenue. Fumisli«l wae beo- 
twm apartmaits. Water himisii^L 
IK per maito. Mr. Ddlart »»■ 
IS»1. 3«M97I. 3404i3U. U44fa 



OCEANA - Claaa fiffnirtiad i9«n- 
mait Plenty rtoraga. |toiid«M 
area near base bus, la^ y«^ 
Owner. 43&-2S56. 943^ 



3707 Virginto Bea^ Boidvaard. 
Ctfice ud retafl stare s^dix avaU- 
iUp. »and naw, baMBAd, Vb 
itsry ctew it ed bi^tt^ iMty" ^ 
eatad hitwaen FnubiiMEe Sfiare 
■ad Prtoceas ^toe PMiu CsA 1^ 
kr Reidty, S#Ml or MMOa 

118 lUnlar Sala 



733 Bouah Street 



BOATS 



LOW wii^ rates until June la^ 
or ye»ty. Also mentoty. Loertadi*^ 
to toe hmt d toe be»:h. tieif 
ocean firont 4884713. 10^21-tfn 



beadi aiMl baMs. Wffl real tor gtU 
per Rxwto <H^ 8^ Pi^ 1900 and 
pi^awte ol IK par 



10 Bonfa aiwl fai^llaa 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



10 Spadal Noticaa 



H<^SPITALIZATK»f POUCY - 
.j^Aied r^anfless ^ 1^ or eodrt- 
tog otMiic ondltiai. !lo weti^ 
p^tod normal iOneaa or Mdctatts. 
Pboas MA S4BU. IO-7-tfe 



31.Fr. OWENS CaUl^iiiser. 118- 
hp C^slo' QKiWft-^^^i^to-9Mre 
RfKlto. Fu% equi^j^ed. T» Mi 
tofoi^aUon cdl 3lM8l8'«fter 8 

p.w' ' '■ ' ■ 

ROA Roaia For Sak* 



APARTlIENTS''or roowa. 1B#^ 
or smrtUy. Htatod. AH i^Met 
MiMed. hp^ fomi HoMe Mb- 
tt^sn 8«h »Wrt. iM^to 



monto. C^vaar wtt M^ fiaaneeL 
CaU 340-1441 K^tona to-Wte 

^ ESTATE 1^ SAL? 



T 



Om Mid two bedraon teitf^Md 
. i^actiaeaift Vm ^^ Q^ 



JOliN V. F134TR£SS. Oerk. >»■ " — , . , " 

*Y; J OirtisFniit b c /--^ M AirtwnaWlaa For Sala 



«y: J. Curtis Fndt, D.C 
Vk3tor J. Asbe p.q. 

tm Oiureh areet 
Norfolk, Viriginia 



Y 



12-94t 



C0MM(N4WEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

to the Qerk's Office of the Cir- 
ctft Court of the City ol Vfrgima 
BeSNch, on tlte I3tfa day <^ Decem- 
ber, 1968. 



AUTOMOTIVE 



not 8XLE 

im rix cyHnde rFord-a-matic Fal- 
om Station Wagoi. 1 omm. Clean 
vtoyl tateriOT. Padded darti aid 
visors. Dduxe trim. CaU ^0^231 
after 5:00 PJM. 



ADnmoNs, a^tBrations - 

Repfa#ig floo.- jfMs mi siUs. 
porcte and st^ Lmv* y«»' 
buU^ probMn toirt. Sobe^ 
20 yeats experi|oMl "^^ yw- 
B. F.leU,Jr. yA$^lit»»4iB 



|||LSH/|WSQN$ 

Buil&ig and INmoiMNl 

We W build ^ *«BB tafle 



or $^Ae y<Hir 
dreatt to live vb 
ing. ttal S87-94|i 



mm a 
fillip- 



»-»tti 



■a- 



I 



QagnsR/a. c^^ramACiD^ 

AQ tnes of home tanprovenoento 
& HtedeUng. *HeBttag repairs 
and lUrtaUatiow. ALL WORK 
GUAfUNTEED?1taak finandng. 
Call llr. Stamm. «r-7S81 or 6W- 
9543. ^^^^^ '•■^ 

)I^ — AtonuouM' 
stooe, aooo^Kal 
.__ .^ erii^ any type 
tioo: ')l«e ^ttooatn. Dum-I 
Const '6). JtJ 3«U; jy 8-r 




> — Atorations. kiteli* 
roofing, gutte^ 
repairs. Deal 
Company. 5C-1SB 
after l^|jn., 4974^1 



JOlii tolinivemeitfs (rf aU Ua^ 
We|*^^«wk oorsdves. Call 
tor m ertkaates; B^ 4»^8S8. 



BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL 
4 DIRECTORY \ 






BRICIC AUUCH^ 



■^ 



^^iSS0^&— S^i^ fireplace, 
diimni^.^^ iMdltr r^afaed; 

ChanO^^lto^^y *■ ■*■ 



msuvm 



^miiiad^ 



SMITH MOVING A H^ppG. 
fwenty-fitor bwrs a #y. 
anything. CaU IIA 5-7980. 



COHCRETE WORK 

Concrete placiiqi abd ^i^uog; 
cusbm woik; Wb^ CM^Ae 
dial34Nn38. 



UM OKVBpLET - Imimla 4 
door - wM- hardtop. ExoeBent 
carftthm — 5 new WW fires — 
fuH poww — tUt rteertog — fac- 
tory air canditicning — AM-FMid- 
br^r - 17.060 nules. $2155. Resi- 
dSMSe 340^289. Bustoess 855-3788. 

12-83-tfn 



32 FOOT ito^urcbnn. Coe^>lete 
wito Iwid. stoiqstog quarters Md 
gaOey. RduOt from warti raU up 
wito complete fiber^ass job. CaU 
H. W. Casey at 428-1412 after 6 
pj«. 12-23-'lt 



MERCHANDISE 



90 ArNclas For Sato 



ONE used Kredry flkxMr furnace. 
Forced draft luid circulation. OQ 
fb-ed. Good a)nd>u{»L Mr. DeSiart 
-44INB91, 340-8311, 3404671. 

12-9-to 



2 ^BROOMS. KNOTTY PWS 
UVD^t Rb(M4 M<M^BW Sm» 
EN ANtJ BAte MOI^Y <» 
YEARLY RENTAL. % W£^ 

raoM ocuAN. ecwvaowT 
TO FT. mmi im oowha 

N.A.S. CAIii 587-4778. IF W) M<- 
SWER CAU. BACK IN MSIW- 
ING. »**^ 



^^^lOA BBAOt^^b^x aaig^ 

b^ood ^lear Ca^lk Hotel- 

vdtoi 

Ttmk 
Ato^MPRhal ErtaW^W h Al- 

lanto; Am, Virginto Beach. 






dlARLSS^L. ^LACK-He«K»0e 
woit, «driVev^3^, wsUa, pa^, 
pordi^; -firee ^^o^et; 5^ 
QS14, anytime. t-l^n 



PlJUiffiING and Heating repairs. 
IWI^aad luff Wfiis lonSplete; 

w. i«to«, 8@5^ter. 



jii^iiai.:^:'-^ 



UrtoiSTiEIUJ}G,l^uiiiK^ re- 
pairii«. restoring. T«^ty-f«^ 
y«srs «^)erien% ^loiAlinate a 
aCfeienoe. C^rild llpltdstering. 
CaB UL &€S44 or 397-29St 



CQSMitltS & PJRFUMES 

tm^mmmamtm 1 1 1 i ■ 1 1 1 ■ * - ' 

\ 

Merlo Norman CosnMtici 

lierie Ngmtfi Cosmetic^ now 
^ a s6^ at 22nd & Afisntk: 
4veu Phone 48-3153. 8;l»-to 



l^lfmiG 



Pamting, lUxrfing, Carpentry 

wodc - M|: %ni paym^ ^ 
paynwnt a lif^^ aft» work % 

oBipletocC l»A4ft »t 



BRICK 
FILL 

Idoal For Roadways 
Specalizing In 

• Uied Lumber and 
Building Materials 

HALL WRECKING 
CO., INC. 

MA 5-7030 



CHEVROLET - isfil Biscayne. 
Gr4Qr, 4K|offlr, radio, heat^. 6 z$V 
ind«. A-l condition. Leavta^ WIU 
take b^ offer. CaU 34MU& 

U4^ 



SINGER MACHINE: In Uke new 
(Sbinet. ZIG-ZAGS, Makes button- 
holes. faiM7 rtitcl^s, and dams, 
£^ Local {^1y may as«one pi^- 
mento d $11.14 moi^y or pay 
conpMie baiuce A 9S8.W. FuU 
ddaUs and where se«i write: 
National's Creitt D^, Box 81i 
.yncfaburg. ^^rgtaiia. ll-4« 



I 



MJSMESS SERVKIS 



30 AppNanco Sanrlcai 



VittSJUM (XEANEie - Hoover, 
Hite and wrvlw. Prompt ef- 
ftderd rg>^. Pick up and «te- 
l^ry. PlioBe 4a-«2. Fue 
Feed & BidUing Supfffiea. tie. 

tfa 

31 ilulMtiHh~Ka|>airiB8 



AUTOMATIC 11WS 
SINGER ZIG-Z.^G 
Beautiftd cmditkn. No attadi- 
OMits are aeected to make l»it> 
tables, nMHMjgran, etc. Tate 
over 8 pi^nMitfs of (7.10 or HSL80 
caA. C^ now. (>ed^ departaifflt. 
8888911. 1048461 

93 HouaaNold Go o^ 



Austin's Court Motd 
%fk ' 19th Street 
apartments. AU irtOMai^ 
ntahed. Abo. 4fooiB . 
1^ tonis^d rooeoB. / Btodc 
6ttn Itaa Statim. Hr Mck or 
mcMitfa. ^ , 



Living roffln, bcdnMun, titi^M^ 
badi. (>Hiv^«nt to d»9^^ 
dnnd^. lauadrusid. Very 
reaainabk year^ rantaL PkWc 
Avenw. !%»» swoer tt8#0U 
or issmi&. 

7-S4fn 



3 nd 4 bedroom. % U, brick. 
R«i^ mA 2 story 'Ipnes. &L, 
FJIA. OModng atilable. Call 
Ai^or mtty aiqrtlBlM. 42B-74Z1. 
Itanti&cAlLSandto. 1^9-^ 




We ^edaltee in kitdieo <^Aieta, 
hOQw in^wtjvenwrts and a^ 
type ol shop iwrit. CaU Pnnda- 
roea MiH Wis* rt 8608 Sbora 
L^nhaven Road, 340«20 or 340- 

aeffl eveniius. 

S-U-tfn 



irik 



NOTICE! 

Cwrtractore k Home BuiMffs— 

Let us help you with that new 

hane — acklitions — or repass. 

We can fumid auitori^ from 

ba^nent to idtic md aid you in 

financing. 

Plume: KeUam k Eaton, Inc. 

(1) 42&-2661 

«aM7S0 

t£a 



For the fme^ feintore upl»lste^ 
ing and refini^big caU ^2&- 
6377. IfiUtop U^lsterifli (%., 
mfi Virginia Qaadi Boidflved. 
Fii»,e«lbnatai-^ddc-i^ and de* 
Uvery. New and wnd furniture 
for 81^ 

7-2a4fn 

RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



110 i^iMtsmmXMhvm, 



NORTH EM). 2 bedrooms. Larffs 
roma, tUe bath, porch, view of 
oceaia. $110 monUily. Kelsey, Real- 
ty. ^70^, 4^4534. b-16^ 



2 WOIS^OCM af artmeat, sk^ 
fuink^ed. N^ur dioni>n;^ <Mhf 
and b^Kdi. (ta 2 mtos mods. W 
Pinewood Road. Mrs. Walker, 421- 
" ll-3l4ta 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 

iwimin'iohs 



9|^ 



HARQINSOKKX 
OF MLBIC 

Bristow H^mlia. Direct<»> 

3f2*3SaSte«et 

VwainJl* B«»eb 



/MXTIP^B 




PUWH}-^ear Charity^urdi m 
Gum BriM Rd. Thila betfaroom, 
m b^^nes on ift acre sites. 
^4,800 toi^|lS,800. 
LQftKffI HtlDGE ROAD - Not- 
tib^hm Estates, ^lew bride 
kmm. Itefe bedrooM with large 
siUm^ n^ weil^alMd lots witA 
dty Wrt^N $17,800 to |i8,500. 
JWOT^: — Comer d Potter Rwd 
mA G^ifH^ Ave. Part Iwic^ 
1^ rt«^, F. H. A. <«• CmiveK 
ixKol toa. Low down paymo^ 
Wt Ddltft-340^8S91. 340^4971, 340- 

gstti. ia-9-t6i 

CLA^FIED C^LAY 
BUSINESS sdPKK^ 



Ask Yl^r Eye ||y$ician 

About S 



THYL 



omLo 

Swviim Vlini 
tsaa umn ra 

ftcriwrd Ik. McN 




tUrden 8-4^0 



2 BEDROOMS, Uving ro«n. dining 
room, kitchai, ba£. first fkwr, 
yard. Cmveni«it to dK^fing. Rea- 
sonably yeaify rodal. Aooe own- 
er — 428-5016 or 4»-2143. 9-30^ 



APARTMENTS — FUrniafaed or 
onfumldied. Yearly <nr s^MonaL 
Cooper Realty, 206 2Sth ^reet. 
428-133C. Nights 42fr883S. 

3-2-t&i 






f^t^^bce 



WOOD 

We Ddrer 
1237 Oeeaaa Blvd. 

18-^8^ 



I 




1tepa|rt 



IfeuaalMW 



Lb 
DMiwrsferW 











jMi4 ft k mMW M 
^.^^hh#t Ml An Ml W 
e««ll far ifNMr. njA SV> L- 




pi«p* eit lei grewlm <SBdW«is 
k flMtabii, the fafao^ttg poioj 
ol nit pfaMto ew bt ci^ndid. 





OF cmtms puMTs 



iMie«MM. 'Hoit |fl|\^ato art 

MbA tNm, Whin tib^ «« nwv«d 
1Mb ^ hmm, th* mwlrdMnmt ii 

Ittni advtri^," be lUted. 
«llwrfor«, provUi ptwing coi- 
tfttHJi ai nudi fflce tbow fai the 
g w rttom e as posii^ i^>ec1idly 
tf yeu plan to r^doom die plant." 
VwOf^ U is <iista*alrie to discard 
flD#«1^ pot l^tiDtt iHiOl th^ 

are ifarwgh bloon^. 

Fkr ttoae who irant to grow 
iMr (iln^ a feccmi year, how- 
ever. tE^er ^vea the Mkwh^ 

t)0 pol ovcnvate*. nwit ro^ 
'iMHit have air as wdl as water. 
jW^nvrar water |duits Iqf a rule 
«i Arab. sucA m emy oih^ day. 
Mce a weA, etc. Plan^ Aoukl 
hie checked e«^ d^ and wat««d 
oi* whee ttMy need it Oiks tlw 
ira ia 0Qroii|^ nolstaied. tt Is 
1^ i^|el)ai^7 tp wi^ apin untfl 
$ bq^ to ikry. Hw moisteire 
UWtilit <rf aofl can be detemiined 
bg^ Ha color and "feel." As the 
anl^toe dries, tt ge(s lifter hi 
edgr. IH-dMl^ more ^tM fafliires 
te ihi home tf« cMisad l^ tanprop- 
«r «^rli^ tfaui aiQT other factor. 



•at FRftf U|M. tonji^rtutl. 
ilAl mcmmm mtf 




FMUHP 

lAie CMftir «ia City If V!iq{bi^ 
BaMb k i«Mb a to«r dC ODiiK 
iri VMaiBlBivK oo Jtaon^ 7, 
'MH ttia irii bi Ae Etoit to a 
aeriia of ylaimaJ torn tar flic 
cU» diri«| Am ywr. 

Hit Gdte^ce Osto «• d#»- 
fmti tf MQBi alii^ y«ari 4 
sfa aad M* aid tbay piovidi « 
ncfaatfom ooflat lor .B9 tfWHrf 
Snlir OttoSBs flf oar eodBBiuulkpk 
Odbi^^bwa ben ot^gaoiawl k flk 
«w fl( Bmride. AMie P«fc 
ItfUimiiii,, ?aaB». mi Wn^ 
vairir. Oltar racratfwial <lAi 
bive bacB MfHtaad for aduft peer 

ama vttii tte city ako. 

l^M^bti^a dwl lo binre fl« 
isnMlnid jptMb e( t^aia. dWfab.. 
Y iIm «M| ^ Mm llie flMMi- 

taf ?to«rli# JalB fiM III Ihe (W 
iMtei llM pleaae eofM M.^ 
— • or Jicbb HUI^ 

Ml a.m. hB:» pjia.^ 



H. a 



Afl OowB^ |d«its need modoi'- 
at^ brlgbt 1^ to keep them in 
good Jp«iHi« conditkn. Hits does 
^ saan. lw^«r, Uiat they need 
Ml tittMA^ for this Is not the 
ctte. l&Nk magi (torts can toler- 
#• ognttifiitt tfiat are not as 
biiyht la'tbow re^iired for flow* 
etilg^Mts. 

A {N^t^MT t«np«'ature is often 
i0^xk to m^^ain fai the home, 
i bot. <lry atBQoaphere Is detrl- 
^elital wd tSmieai the Uoondi^ 
lib of flsany towirii^ plants. A 
teay a ritui e riimgii ter mort 

pbAtak froto mm\ mm- 

f InMiy trapietf fJotts cask 

i tm|teratiire ol Tft'F, 



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SlIiTZtaSLW^ Polly««. ^ w«e «dMl!<.Ti>.#^ ^[i—P ""f!* ««*; 
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MINISTERS 

KiaiPSWLLE - Tbe Ministe- 
rial Association ol Virginia Beach, 
a fMt-^owing aS-teiciidiiBtioDal 
organlxatiQO, entertained tiie bKfies 
at a festive Chrlrtnuui lund^oo at 
Konpsville PrerfbytCTlan C3mreh 
laal IliinKlBy. More than tUrty 
meoriMrs and ^est^ wa« preso^. 

b boov of the holiday season, 
no tMofaiatt was ^scussed. 

'Sptti Rev. ^dney CrarK of lludla 
Chtfch SfiAxi on "GlffM- 



mas and Hie Oergyman." 

Projects (^ the Association fai- 
ckide a Hos|^ Chaidain program 
wideh wiU famillai^ minMiNrs 
with the duties of a boapital chap- 
lain rendering coirtliMnus mfaiilry 
at die Gene-al Hoapital of Vbr- 
gjnia BMch M hours a day: and 
a firtm U.S.O. for aervieaRwIi w 
a HMpitality House stanllar to ttie 
one they siK»a8M«d at the BeAch 
M summer. ^ 

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The Revo-Olds N. Ctcfl (S^jbaa 
and JwMs a Sto^Bt^ it }tM 



counseBng s^-vice A 7M Arigima 
Boukivani. Phone «7-181l. 

Oirrwrt officers are: ^pnfiAai, 
% C«& (Maa, pastnr (^nl-agona 
Baptist Cuit^; vice pesidojt, 
tMaek Taylor, pastor of the Lu- 
tl^riA CSwrdi of the Good Shep- 
herd; md seCTetary-^-eKfrar, 
Jmies p. ^Qgletary jr., pastor of 
Hie Uttle Creek Unitod Church 
of Christ , . w ^i- 

The lint OM|tiiig 1^ be beU 
JaMUvy so M 10 a.m. at a place 
to be iRBDOunced later. 



%#' repoi^ W ttUB by 
ployoea en ipid altor AwMsf 1, 

an, jtaMi p. t^ imMt m- 

ftelar tf MaiMl tMNHi far ttw 
^le of Vibgite, aMiid toiiv 

nM» m and MIA, "ttaidof^ 
Wa QuaMlf Pederal <»» Ra- 
tiin,** «<l H^.jM(vfaed in taMHir. 
Ml. to pra^de a cduiu for ur 
by aundi^ : to ttt "cash tfp^' 
rapofteft by 'emphyeei. Stas^ 
wMi te Am (putfta- in ms. «ti- 
ph^in navt uae Ma rovtoed 
fvmm. 

ers piiii^kig nfiaMMe Ftetoa 
MIA may ^»l^ Aab- sMf aloeln 
belMv t^ ad^A Ae n^ (fflctel 
toHiM^ tt^^. aaU Boy4e. If 
tip iikAl^ fb be i^r^ «i the 
eU Poi«mA. ttebeflAng (rf item 
» skosM be cb^ged to read 
t^oMila T^ Regurted," 

1tf» n^enial ly^^mie Service 
wjtt begto iaiDirv raviiad F^M^ra 
9^ di^Qg TikKm^, Ml. Forma 
inp^Keri ipiy now dbUAi refiro- 
4ilctiaiip^o^#theJaniaiy. nas, 
rwiaion fttitt %e Uilenmal Rfnranne 
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Vm^W^ fiSACR f^lfr. «]id 
Mrs. 0ooay4.J&Qr eotertaioed 
a noMbcr of gneato at their I4Ac- 
horn Point home last Saturday 
ni(^ friOr a Cbrli^ms cocktvH 
pttty. DecoraUens of fed and gold 
<»nied out the holiday tinne. 

Among the more tfaan « guests 
preaent were noted Mr. and lbs. 
Oaroiee Syto. Mr. and Mrs. 
Vb^m Vebmt, Mr. and hbn. 
Iiamh Phdps, Mr. and Mrs. 
CteHha Ufer, Mrs. Wedey Snow, 
Ua. Ifiury PiclBenB. Mr. and Mrs. 
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ftln^i^^aiee of pood iA&^, happine98 
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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1965 

SECTION C 



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TIMFIIiaHEM 
DOGS WELL 



HKSMOMD - Playing the un- 
vmai rote of vu-dty dibater in 
bis AM yov ol coU^{e agaped 
tlso. TiMwtiqr Ftachcm. of yinNa 
9wnli. Iwi JiistltM fi4)«^atloiis. 

Ilw U^v^ty of RichnioBd 
flrtAmn Joliwd » vivsity teon- 
male to ^ptun (bird placfe among 
V joe^idfelb^ atlinii«tiv» tnons 
It &e Dfada dattic bMrnamaA at 
Wake Ponait. 

Debite coach Dr. Bert E. Brad- 
kif Jr. lald t^t giviiis a fretfaman 
a 9q( w t^ Univer^ of Rich- 
mond's \ftmy diftMite squad is not 
cMipmr^praetke, but liat "Ftacb- 
«i'8 laarfarmance Mf peUM 
tte man." 

Tlw Ipii of Mr. and Mn. HaroM 
W. Fttcbam of Virginia Beach, 
^^ckem was seiH by Cm^ Brad- 
'9 te a Georgetown Univ^^ty 
'arsity BMet, aft» having partici- 
-^ted in two novice toumamepts 
H V.P.I. and the University of 
South Caroltea. iW succnsful 
Dixie Claaaic tournantent was his 
wcobA varsity debate. 

Fi^hen k a '86 graduate of 
Prinoau Anne High Schsol, where 
te was m^ class pre^at and 
first {ilaoa affimntive speako- in 
the eattorn <]ebate district ' 




61ft Hr Home 
Yutflide Idea 

Why not say Merry Christmas to 
your house this year? - ' 

llMsy haniBes have made an an- 
«ial tradftkm to give their home a 
Chrikmas gM^^^ometiiii^. lasting, 
^mdhing needed, something k)ve- 

It mii^ bt a fresh wall traatr 
flMsA far liying or dining room, ad- 
id bsnber priding, for instance, 
in a itaa^yiiilad wood Ukc we^- 
«M lmmk'1^ wbte pine or 

itim wiA: a new hood efCeet 
Gt^e^' oyer the cMfflDey iMitast 
with panat board!. At the same 
tinw, cidbinett could be built to 
fUu4c ttie finbox and used lor wood 
storage and at ceteras. 

A good ceiling treatment hx the 
entrance haO, bi4old louvered 
dom for closets, food files for the 
UttAoo. sinvde cove or cornto 
OMdApfsfor all rooms ai^d comer 
guards for doorways are other pos* 
dUttiai. 



GKMINf ia COUNTDOWN - "fte prta» crew of the Geiiilirf4 ipacctrafl arrtw at laaiA pa4 tt 
l^tfce 0T4 oeuatdewB. MtaMtes later Hi^ ♦ere laaerted late Oe ea^ade alap tfce laaek vekkle. / 
aant Witor M. SdUrra. Jr.. conmsaad pUM. toads the way ap Ihe Hfa^ aal Astrwa^ Thoima P. 
feti. pHiC foBowi. (Official NASA phste) 

GtMINI-SIX MAKES SMCE HISTI 

for the morning of Dec. 12. Rodf earnest on the ApoDo progran. 



DESRON 36 
6IVESPMTY 

VBOIKIA BGACai - Crewmen 
from ^ne (tf the ten s^ps oi 
Dcstn^Fer Squadron 3S gave a 
Chriatai^ party for the cMMren 
of their ^il^anates «i» are ggeadr 
Ing Chdstmas ^ Vkit Nam. 

the tenth sfai; io die squadron. 
On 9. 1. EUiaon, left Nor(<^ in 
SepteniMir and is sdiedukd to 
return hi August, U08. 

Orew members from the otho* 
nfaie ^il^ pooled their recreatbn 
funds and bouj^ gifts for the 
diildren whose faUiers are sta- 
tkned aboard the ESisoD. 

The party, bekl at tiie theater 
at Little Creeki AmpUblous Base, 
was highli^ited by the arrival of 
Swta daus by hdlcopter. 



By JACK MOORE 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Alter two 
frustrating ' attempts, Gemini-6, 
with astronautt Walter M. Schirra. 
Jr. and Thomas P. Stafiord aboard, 
made its world famous minion last 
Wednesday' from Cape Kennedy, 
Fla. 

On dct SS, iGT« was su{^>osed 
to have afiMpted a r»dMvous 
Md dodUag baneuv«r with an 
A|pa veMdei » its chtHed the 
%^ 1^ the Agena failed to-ob* 
gH Its «k aadM)loded, thereby 
* eaBaalii|.ftie |St 

Nf^tjkMud Aeft»a\|tic and l^ace 
AH^Mu^aa ^offit^ls at 
Manned S^iW^eoralt Obter in Hom* 
ton. Texas, po<ida>ed the sitivtilli' 
and decked to wait and attenfl 
a' rendezvous ' between (Wminifl 
wid Qendni-T, which was to be 
laundied on a li-day «idiu-«ice 
mission in thej first wedc in De- 
centber. 

Unknown to nwet reddents of 
Viii^iia Beach, cme of the City's 
bu^nss tnen, Allan Bodienbeivi 
|n assistant manager at AndersM 
and StrudwidK, made the trip to 
Houston for tiile Oct B attenq)t 
Rotheitf)erg, a clhseMriend of 
Sdifara, and his former 
ing officer whra the astronatA )was 
statkwed at Oc^na, wai invited 
to iHtneas the! launch apo fro- 
ceedings from Houston. Wnen thi^ 
lainidi failed, Roth«ibei« prom- 
ised he wouU return wbok anoth- 
er attempt was made. 

Wmt final i^ma were mads 
send GT-6 on a rendezvous misskn) 
with GT-7 <m Monday, Dec. IS, 
BotbenboK made |dans to return 
to Houston. > 

GT-7 with Astrcmauts FVank 
Boiman and J^unes A. LoveU Jr. 
aboard was sent aloft pithoiit a 
hitch Dec. 4. and NASA officials 
{danned to launch GT-6, nine days 
lat«-. With damage to pad oom- 
plea 19 betow what was expected, 
the GT-6 mission wm moved ahe«i 
one day witii the Iwnch scheckiled 



BAYUKE METHODIST 

BAYSHMS - Hie Baylakeltfeth- 
odiat Church presented the Christ- 
mas Cmtata last Sunds^ night It 
was entiUed "llie Story of Christ- 
mas" hy E Alexander Mattiiews 
and Witt fvesented undto the di- 
rection of fraeland Cool». The or- 
guist was Mrs. D. M."^ Whitaker. 

Sraday morning at the Wcnrship 
service will be "Stodent Reco^- 
tkm 13^." A luncheon /ill fol^ 
the service for all college stu- 
deitts and senior^ in ti^ churdh. 

A qieclal diristmas Eve Com- 
nwniM Service wifl b^ H ll:W 
p.ni Friday. 

A <lrsoia was pr^enled re- 
cently at the dmrcb entitled 
"D^nu^ Dtfkneas SUni^" by 
EahnMi Goods Sterrit It was 
prs se nJad under tte #rec^ion of 
Mrs. 6. W. Balph, narrated by 
Rev. RsgnoMnd Mt»8er.and all ttie 
daott participated. 




enberg, confldent that the mlttribo 
would go as planned this tim^ 
went to Ifouston again, hoping to 
see Schirra literally "go into o^ 
Ml." 

&it, as fate would have ii,X^ 
mission was "scrubbed" because 
of a minor difficu^. At that pdpt, 
lU^beiAierg packed his bag anl 
rettuai^ to ^r^biia Beadi. 



3 



Faur dqra lator, Its 
ira#d out. (m: «as 



prafaSems 
sent tato 



abiWes #Sehlr^ttd St; 
(IT4 J^qaii' Mi tmdexvoos with 
G!^, ca^eUag up v^^lth the latter 
init AKrit i vm hours fram 
Wttch. It wis f great day for «& 
tiktse tavirived la &» United State's 
sj^ce pn^am, ik^et b^ire hid 
there bien a rendezvoi]» of this 
sort bk outer q>Me. 

thtt two QMCo^afts, at the end 
Ot aS Ute Rumeovering, were fly- 
fa^ in fwma^» Just six abort feet 
apart. Tlie two crlit flew this way 
f(ff stvecii bqnnl. vitii GT-6 flyii« 
over, toder and fround GT7, be< 
fore 'tii^ iparted company for GT- 
8's' return to eai^. 

Sctentirts now speculate that the 
United ^tes can now plan tm 
idacta^ a man on the Mowi by 
the end of 1988 instead of 1909 as 



When AI Roftenborg returned^ j 
wwk last week, he/was the 
of sonw good-natured rftbing. 
Joto has^ it that Cris Kraft, 
of the Mamed Spacecraft Cetibk 
in How^ told Rothenberg not p 
COM back a ttilrd thr» bccftHe 
th^ wanted to make sura 
'^ off te grmmd. Others 
9iM, "We're ^ you stayed 
km ttwstott m time. Al" 

||pspttai#tt|.Bothenbcrg 
' ' tht tlq|49f.bisJf»«l 

BATaauoce to see, 
hand, what tUs coun&y ft dMi 
inkifnoe ioMIMee. He met 
tlivdirithawQrofthe 
and was #vit * "Cook's 
of tile con^Iei'it HoustOB. 

WSaedberg tea't saying 
or not he is jrianning any 
ti^ to Hou^n. ftit. Uien 
joa never cm tell lAtA a 
who is sModiM with one of ^ 
astroomts wiS do! 



Althou^ the doddng nuumiver 
wi^ not accfKopMied, the rcndes> 
by the two ^ceeraft proved 
such li maneuver will be fair 
r G^nini mission 
this next year> ft 




will accon>l 
isplaaned. 
jRie Gon! 
over when N. 
(tf unmanned 



series wifl not be 
begins tts series 

ApoUo apace shoto. 
Scientists at the Otpe and Hwiston 
hope to begin the Apollo series in 
the first quarter of 1966^ Five more 
missfons renudn in the Gemhd se- 
ries before work can begin in 





Quital Secie 

' VlRC^aA KACH -Ite 
^nia Beach Dental Sadety haki 
final meeting ol fte year at 
Cspe Colony CSob on We 
December 15. 

Oir. Roland B. ft!bin«n presSfH 
Elections were h^ and fte foIla#> 
h^ men vHll swe next year. ^J 

Dr. Geoige R. McGohe. Ftm- 
dent; Dr. Ht^ar L. Vtaser, VHA 
dent-elect; Dr. Robert M. BM| 
Secretary; C^it Jole|iii PtiiBF 
Treasurer. 

After the biistaess 
scientirtc prolan was h^ 
new tedmlqoes in dortistry 
<km(mstrated. 





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veftieie^ The apaeeereft Is shewn efoslBg feren the target 
aid reeovety sectiaa Me tbe dedd^t aA^tttr. He Agena 
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BE£CH GROVE 
METHODIST CHUACH 

PrincMW Ann* 
Rojr R. Jaclnsm, Pa^ar 

10:U«».in. — Chiurch School 
i I : I a ■.m. — M orning Worship 



FRANCIS ASBURY 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Cr*at Neck Ro#a 
LaR^ Darit, Miautar 

9 :45 a.m. — Church S^ool 
U :00 am. — Morninit Worahip 



SCOTT MtMORUL 
MftTHCU^IST CHURCH , 

^ 4Ut tint ColonuU Road 
Ibv. H. Wark Carrr, Paatar 

l:4S a.m. — Ohureh ^hool 
U:OQa.m.— Moroint Wonhip 
7 :liO p.my^Youtli Fellowship 



HAYGOOD MRMORIAI. 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Alia Haywood Ro«4 
Rakert F. m^aa. Pa««r 
9:4&a.r4. — Church School 
1 1 :UU f m. — ^Morning W oi^p 



HAYGOOD METHODIST 
CHURCH 

8149 Uayshoffl Road 
8:30 a.m., 9:4d a.m. and 11:00 
ajB. — WorsUip Service* 
9:45 am —Church School for 
ail age groapa 
1 1 :U0 a.m. — Second session oi 
Church School for. chiidran 
up • through 7th grade ana 
adults. 
7:U0p.m. — Methodist Youth 
Feiiowship for young people 
7th, 8th and 9th grades in 
iTuE^or High Group and 10th 
grade up for Senior Group. 
Friends welcomed. 




STRONG i 
COMMUNITIE 




KNOTTS ISLAND 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Knotts Island, N.C. 
Rolbart C. Black, Miaistar 

10 :00 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Worship Service 



BAYLAKE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Shora Dr. at Treasure Island 

Drive in Bayside 
Rayaoad E. Mucaar, Miaiatat 

8:;i0 ft 11:00*^. — Worship 
Service 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday School' 

CHARITY METkoDIST 
CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
LatUa £. i«MMoa, iMipiMtor 

10:UVa.m. — Church School 
1 1 :uU a.m. — Morning W orsUp, 



SALEM METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 

Emery S. Ellnora, tknuMter 

10 :00 a.m. — Morning Worahii. 

1 1 :U0 a.m. — Church School 

7:30 p.m. — Youth Fellowslui 



COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH^ 

Acredale — Kempsville 
tUf. Jolia L. Kihlar, Jr. 

9 :4S a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning WorsMjp 
7:80 p.m.— Youth FeUowship 

LYNNHAVEN METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
RaT. Oiear V. Redruaas 

10:00 a.m. — Church Seoool 
ll:00a..na-rMoming Worshif 



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*. . . And all tiirough the house, not r creature i^as 
Stirring" . . . except these two little rascals! Christmai is 
their day . . . drean^ of toys, and sweets, and gan^s, and 
bts of wonderful things! / 

Christmas is for children, yes. But, Christmas is for 
grownups, too. It's a time to give, a time! to receive. But, 
soraetimes the spiritual side is overlooked *, not deliberately, 
of course, but lost in the delightful chaos of cheer and joy 
and fun. 

Then remind yourself, to go to ttiurob— your choice! 
Pause there to pray, to give! thanks for all you have re- 
ceived : especially, that wonderful gift, the gift oi' God 
Himself, fn His infant Son, Christmas is Christ's day, 
His^rfrihday! omfj^ iti lum Atm iwiw i^nto. &&. atmbyg. vm. 



THK CHURCH FOR ALL 
ALU FOR THK CHUMOH 

TlMCb«zdihtiMgiMi*«*a> 
twoaawtk for tii* MUtag tl 
dwracte and good d tiwM p. 
It to a itonlMnM ol aptoitaal v^ 
OM. WitiMut • attoag Ctanfe. 
pdOum itaBocracy aer dvittcai* 
tion eaa iurviva. TbaN an torn 
aoand rMaooa why •vary pawoa 
AoiM attMd aarvieaa Nfularly 
and aappott Um Choxch. tWy 
mt (1) Ver Us own wto. (^ 
Wot Wa diMfae'a aaka. (D Vor 
tiw aalw vt Ma gawmurity aad 
MtiM). («>JPw Ite aaiH «f th* 
Chwch itaair, wUA aaads hk 
SMwat and natwhil aupport. 
Pin to go to tkuttk TmgnUxly 
and road your BlU* dally. 



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Pnhlie la IhvIImL 

ST. AlttAN^ . 
WPlMiMPAL CHURCH 

KiM't finnt Umdi 

A MabMi Drfv« 

Ph«n« S<0-S7«0 

.Ra«. L. J. TMknr^ Jr-t Vlaar 

10:dO «.».•— iMr Crauipaion 

(tin^ mi fitfzd Sunday) 
Moroisc Vnf^^ Snd and 4tii 

Sundiiyt 
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ST. NICHCNJ4 
CATHCMJC CHUi^l 

tH itt^ Mack M. 

none iM-nn 

Rot. Thoiaaa M. Sanuware 
SundajT M«a«ea — S;16, 1:^, 
10:46, and 13 Noon in tHi 
dHWU); 11:00 is PriaeeM 
Theatre, 8177 Viri^nlf Beach 
Wvd. 
CoofMuou — Saturday 441 pM. 
and 7-8 p.m. 

IK>UNT OUVE 

BArriST CHUKIH 

L. Warraa Ckaaa. Paattf 

9 :iO a.m. — Ghoreh Selio<^ 

11:00 a.m.— Momiac Moidllp 

7:80 p.n.— Evening Wonhip 

CARRIWfi 
BATTIST CHUtol 
Rav. Gary •. T^oai^aa 

9:45 a.ni. — Smdaj Seho^ 
11:00 a.m.~W«ndib Servie* 
E:45.m. — Veeper Service 
6:80 p.m. — Trainiiur Union 
7 :80 1> jn.— EvangeUrtU 
Service 



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Virginia beach blvi>. at oceaiU 

Couti^ Can4 BMM>a, Haw * Sioiild«n 
WnA TnitM, V^tebleik 



KALA church O^ CHRIST 

CcMda, Vifginia BeMsh, Va. 
W. T. Waavar, Mlwatar 

10:00 ajn.— Bible Sefaeri 
ll:00ajn.— M^rainf Worship 
6:46p.Bi-~Yoiitii Pregnm 
7:30 pm — Evening Wonh^ 

CHURCH OF CHRlS# 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. 0<^uia 
Roy N. WUm«, Mlaiata* 

10:00 a.m.— Bible Sta<^ 
il :00 a.m. — Morning Woi^iip 
7:00 p.m. — Evening Worafa^ 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCIENTIST 

209 • Sath street 
9:30 a.m.-Sunday School 
Ll :00 am. — Church Servic* 
8 :eO p.m. — Wedneadax 
Service 



W> A. WOOD, Mic 

Ceai^ilaa AgMM 
HvMbia Oil A Heftetoc Ca. 

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HttSCHLErS SlfeES 
A Peiieel Ckriiiaaai Gift - BMie Slippen 

iw iUine FaaiA 

Araceaa &%49plaff Caataif 
S040 Virgitfa Baaeli Blvd., 4»74)SSt 



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LaKIES METHODIST 
CHURCH 

6560 Virainia Beach Blvd. 
Rev, C. KatoB Grav 

8:S0a.m. — Eariy Worship 

Service 
"TVJFium.— ChurcB Scb^~ 
ll:0Qa.m. — ^Late Worship 

Service 
' 6:00 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 



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BETHEL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Prince» Anne 
R07 R. JackaoDf Paator 

10 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Church School 



PLAZA METHODIST 
CHURCH 

208 PUza Trail 
HaHbart G. Hebba. Paator 

9 :45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 
7:00 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 

ARAGONA BAPTIST 
.CHURCH 

Horn He^ng i» LduiM 
Luj^ord MwMnUry School 

N. c. mhw, iM<*, 

d:46a.m.-^«a4«y School 
ll:00a.m, — Momi»« Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Training Union 
1 :80 p^-^vanittir Worship 
f JO p.Bi.--Wed. Prayer 
Meeting 



il:00 a.in.— Uofy Qunmunkm and 
Sermon (First &cuiay> 

11:00 a.in.— Morning Prayer and 
Sermon (2nd. 3rd, md 4th Sun- 
days) - 

9:« ajm.-d»irch Scbod (Sep- 

ember-June) (Nurswy tfarou^ 
Adults) 

10:00 a.m.— Wedf D^— Hdy Com- 
munion 

i0:30 a.m.— Tliursdays— I^ing <»i 
ofHalids 



OLDA DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

' 449 Witch Duck Road,f Bayside 
8:00 a.m.- Holy^ Comnumion 
(Except during rector's va- 
cation) 
10:00 am. — Morning Prayer 

and Sermon (Holy Com- 
": mcmien e« luat Suadlgr ot 
each month.) 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
Rev. Leinard R. Graves, Jr< 

8:00 a.m. — Holy Communion 
10 :00 a.ra.— Holy Communion 

<lst & 3rd Sunday) 
10:00 a.m.— Momins: Prayer 

(2nd & 4th Scnday) 
Church School follows ' the 

10:00 a.,m. Service. 
Nursery service is availablev 



FIRSt BAPTIST CHURCH 

38th St at Holly Rd. 
H. Wadbtt WaMra, PaaMr 

9:80 a.m. — Spnd^ School 
ll:0<la.m.- -Morning Worship 
6:16 p.m. — Tmintng Union 
7:30 p.m.T— Evening Service 
EvaniBg Service 30 min. later 
If ay 16-S«t. 15. 

NIMliO NIETHODIST 
CHURCH 

Prii^eM Aam, Viminia 
Eaiory S, fillnora, Mwistar 

10:16 a.m. — Qiurcb School 
11:16 a.m. — Ifoming Worship 



OAjLltEE EPISCOPAL I 
^ OiURCH 

40+h 1 Pacifi'- — ^28-«R7a 

nwSev.EtenlBedllig 

Tbe Rev. Mmml B. W^m^ 



8:00*,ffi.-- fiely Commiuioa 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Epiacopal) 

B. Sidney Sandera, Ractor 

8:00 a.m. — Holy Commnnion 
9 :00 a.m. — Family Service 
and Morning Prayer 
(3rd Sunday Holy Com- 
munion) 
lliP0a.m.— Morning Prayer, 
seinion (1st Sunday Holy 
Communion) 



ST4R OF THE SEA 
CAmOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. & Arctic Circle 
R»T, Praacili V. Bambrick 

MASSES 
Winier^-8:00, 9:30, 11:00, 
^,12:15 ■ 

'Enmmer-r-(June l-*Labor Day) 

7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 

11:00, 12:00 
qoly Days— 6:0Q, 7:00, 9:00 

and 6:80 p.m. 
Weekday, winter— 6:80, 8:45 

Summer, 8:45 a.m. only 
Confusions — 4:00 to 5:00 and 

7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Saturday 



ST. MATTHEWS 
^ CATHOLIC CHURCH 

1010* Sandra Lane, Va. beach 
Fadiar' OHara, Father Fiadlay 

Summw Mass«— 7:30, 9:00, 

10:30 and 12:00 
Confession each Saturday 4:00 

to 5:00 and 7:00 to 8:00 



OCEANA CHURCH 
OF THE NAJEARENE 

8. <^art Bouse M., Oceana 



Faul R. Aldrich, Paator 

0:45 a.m. — Sunday School , 
10:45 a.m. — Morning Worship 



TEMPLE EMANUEL 

26th and Baltic, Va. Beach 
Philip Piacua, Rabbi 

7:30 a.m.— Services Mdn.-Fri. 
8:15 p.m.— Friday-Sabbath 

Services 
10 :00 am. — Saturday Sabbath 

Service 
8:00 a.m. — Services Sunday 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Bch. 
Keanath A. Price, Paator 

9:10 a.m. — Sunday Church 
' School 
10:30 a.m. — Worship Service 
(nursery provided) 
6:30 p.m. — Luther League 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN^ —0^0 a.m.— Worship &. Church 



CHURCH OF THE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Road 
Rar. DiebsoB W. Taylor 

8 :30 a.m. — Worship 
9 :30 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m — Worship 

(Nursery piyvided) 
6:30 pm.T— Luther League 



OUR SAVIOURTS 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

• Baylake Pines, Bayside 
Kenneth R. Carbanth, Paator 

8: 15 a.m.— Worahy) Sarviw 
9:45 a.m.— Qiurch School 
11:00 a.m.r-Wwship Service 
(Nia^ery provided) 



PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 
424 Kings Grant Road 
Rav. j. Elmer Medley, Paator 
8:00 a.m. — Divine Worship 
9:15 a.m. — Sunday School 
hnd Bible Class. 
10:30 a.m. — Divine Worship 
Holy. Communion — 1st and 3rd 
Sunday. 



ICINGS GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(New meeting in the King's 

Grant Elementary School) 

Raymond C. Flitton, Paator 

9 :50 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 ^m. — Morning Worship 

BAYSlDi PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Near Bobbins Comer 
Rot*. J. E. Jebaaon, Pastor, 

9 :46 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 am — Morning Won^dp 



THALIA TRINITY 
PRESBYTERUN CHURCH 

m Thalia Roao 
SUa^ D. Cme. Mhdster 
9 :30 a,«. — Homing WorsAip 
1 :'45 a.m.— Church School 

BOW CREEK 



PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

9:30 a.m. — Church School 
Rosemont Road A Plata Trail 
Wants. J. MUkr. Miaiatar 

9:45 a.m.— Sun^ «cliool 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Charch Service 



OCEAN PARK 
^ COMMUNITY CHURCH 

r DuPbnt Circle, Bayside, Va. 
Paal E. MeCalloatb. TUH^ ^ 

9:40 a.m.— Bible SchOM 
i 1 :00 a.ip. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Family Night 
Service 



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LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Villaga 
Rev. Marion R. WoM, Jn 

9:45 a ja. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6 :30 p.m. — Youth Fellowshii 
6 :30 p.m. — ^Pioneer Fellowship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 
■^ « , . 

CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Aragona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dudley, Mfaiiater 

8 ;30 a.m. — Worship & Church 
School 



School 

ll:00a,m.— Worship St Church 
School 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th S^ 
John S. Lylea, Pastor 
Mr. William D. Randl 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
Nuraery Service Provided 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell Cool#yk Paator 

9:45B.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 am. — Morning Worship 
6 :30 p.m.— Whafc-Nota 
Fellowship 

6 :30 {Rm.— Pioneer Fellowship 
6 :30 p.m. — Young People's 
Fellowi^ip 



CHURCH OF GOD 

620 14th Street 

Bobby H. Sans, Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 

11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

7:30 p.m. — Evening Worahip 



ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

Virginia Beach Boulevard 

East Lane — Oceana 
Rev. Samuel D. Boiler, Jr. 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evangelistic 
Service 



PENTECOSTAL 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

15th St. and Baltk Ave. 
Elwoed Kornf Paator 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

14l5^^)ee«iia Blvd. 
H mile past Oceana Air Sta. 
O on ri|^t 

T. J. Tiag la, Pastor 
9 :45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 
/'d:30 9Jn.~BlUe Study 



VIRGINIA BeIlOI 
CQIIflUNITY CHAP'^ 

Laddn Rd., Linknom Bay 
Uv. Riebard Woodward, Paster 

9 :46 a.m, — Sunday School 
il :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
11 :S0 a.m. — Children's Church 

8:0i0p.m. — Evening Service 

SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN 

CHURCH 

111 LobouMi Ati., 

Bellamy Manor 

Virginia Ben^, Va. 

Rot. J. Frodorick Parl^ 

9 :45 a^m. — Sunday Sebool 

1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worddp 

11:30 a.m. — Childprens Church 

7 :30 p.m. — Evening Service 

LYNNHAVEN COLONY 

UNITED CHURCH 

(Coai^gational Cbriaftlaa) 

Great Neck Rd. near SV6i« Dr. 
Tbo Rev. Tbo. H. Briktoa 

9:45 a.m. — <!:;hurch School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Wonbip 
7:30 p.m. — Pilgrim 
Fellowship 
Nursery for small ehildreii 



nuNcess mm HUMtoiNo a 
aiari^)& siMii^ Inc. 

•* 1 UeatlU To Sorv, i.. 

Radio IMspatebad TltelES 

431 VtrciaU Beach BI«4~-iW 428-1609 

Princoaa Anae Sutioa— ^Mid ^6-6216 




ROSEWOOD MEAM>ML PARK, INC. 
CEMETERY 

PRINCESS ANNE aIcMoRIAL PARK 

CEMETERY 
FOR INFORMATION CALL GY 7-8928 



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WHITEHURST REALTY COMPANY 

LASKIN ROAD At HHT^TOP 

REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 

SALES ft RENTALS 

-TELEPBO^ llfpM ^ 

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PEMBROKE MANOR 
UNITED CHURCH «f CWOSi 
(Congretatioaal Cbristiaa) 

Meetlru;s in Pembroke Manor 
Mementary School 
Rev. Cari T. Daye 
9 :30 a.m. — Church School 
10 :30 a.m. — Worship 

Nursery at all servleea 



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1737 VIRGINIA BEACH BOULEVARD 
Phone 42»«4B 
Vlrgtaia Beach. Vfrgkibi »«t 
NO An*OINniENT N»:!E8aART 



FRIENDS MEETING 
(Qaakar) 
Laskin Road 
9:46a.ra. — Sunday School 
ll:OPa.m. — Meeting for 
Morning Worship 

ST. MARK AJLE, CHURCH 

Oceana 
Rot. D. p. Falton. Pastor - 

9 :80 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Wor^p Service 



iARASAN 

realty: ft INSDBANCB ONVS. 
S4I| .Va. BcmA Blvd. - 



"l^oianiier Hm Ua From Larasm" 



DIAMOND SPRINGS 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

DmcMo* of Christ 

6700 W. Haden Road 
a David Sbreovos, Paster 

8.46 a.m.— Wonhip Serviee 
0:46 a.m.— Sunday School' 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 
6:30 p.m. — ^Youth uronpa 

BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN 
CHURCH 

(Caatrefatloa^) 

Shore Drive ft GreenweU Road 

Earl L. Farroll, MiBistM> 

9:45 a.m. — Worship Service 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 

11:00 a.m.— Worship ServlM 

WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERUUI 
CHURCH 

John B. Dey Elem. 8tko(A 

J. StaatMB Blaia, Pastar 

10:00 a.m.— ^Moratas WoraUa 




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IR7 VIRGINIA BBAra WUb. 
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VIRGINIA BEACH, VmcVOA 



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Church Listings Cont'd 



CORNERSTONE BAmST 
(CaBMrvAtit^ BiMpMrt) 
R«v. Parkar Ycvag 
220 Red Tide Ito«d 
Lynohaven Colony 
10:00 A.M. —Sunday School 
1 1 :00 «.m. — Morning Service 
7:30p.»^^^ — Kv«ning Serving 
7 :30 p.m. — Wednewiey 
Evening SenricM 

ST. FRANCIS' 

vemoorAL church 

109 Roteniont Road 
Ite Rev. aaytoa E. OrMgor 
Vk»r-Olflce PNm MMM 
8:00 A.M. — Hdy CoomunioB 
9:30 A.M. — CiBUtA S^«l 
U:OQ A.M.-Worriup (M Sunday • 
Holy CwnraaAffl » S«tnon, 



otho- Sundiys naorolng Proper 

ItSenmn). 
8:« P.M. - Youth rtfvwihtp 
li\amrf provided 1:30 and 11:00 
AJC. 




FALL. SPECIALS 

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 

SPECIAL 

CLINIC PRICES, 

MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEIWESDAY 
WriH IBIS AD (HAY 

AT OUR OCEANA LOCATION 

Speeld Rcgriar 

• Haircut 50 $1.00 

• Shai^pooASet ..$1JOO $1.50 

• Tint Roloych ...$3.95 $4.75 
. • pMtnanmto $4.95 $6.50 

^ wock performed by students 



BAYSIDE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

1480 Pleasare Hoim Rd. 
JaaM V. D«Fm, Paitw 

8:?0«.m. — Worship Service 
ll:0<i&.ni. — Worship Service 

9:20 ft 10:10 s.in. Sunday 
[ School 

SrtJOp.m,*— Evening Service 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

246 Rosettnnt Road 
Rev. Metvia Haglies, Pastor 

11:00 4 7:30 p.m. — ^IVomhip 
•K 'Services 

9 :^0 a.m.— Sunday Schwl 
6:16 p.i«. — ^Training Union 



PAY & NIGHT CUSSES 
6 DAY FREE TRIAL 
COMPLETE COURSE 

S^ $250.00 isi 



WIGS $39.95 
100^ Human Hair 

HAND MADE - $99.00 

Aay C«rior. 

t, WIGLETS %ll.95 



BEACHLAWN BAPTIST 

CHURCH 

9th 4 Med. Ave. 

A cooperatiiul Southern Baplst 

Cliurch 
Cewge WMIotU Jr., MiaUter 
Phone 428-2004 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.w. — Morning Service 
6:»8p.in.— Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 
7:30 p.m. — Wed. Prayer 
Service 



7:00 p.n. — ^l^enlng Worrtlp 
CmiDON BRIDGE 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

London Bridie, Virginia 
G. Edward Hii(k««, Paator 

8 :80 a.m.-^Mo«tolng Worship 
9:46 a.m.-^nnday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morniiv Worship 
6 :30 p.m. — Tmining Union 
7:80 pja. — Evening Worahip 

FREEWILL BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

In Princess, Virginia Beach 
1418 OCEANA BOULEVARD 
Air Station on right 
T. J. TiagU, Pa«tor 
9:4i a.m.— Sunday School 
11:46 a.m. — Worship Service 
7:J*0p.m. — Evenine Service 
KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
7m PriBMss Aim Rd. 
CAwte H. JwM. PartM- 
9:S0 a.m.— ^mday School 
11:00 am — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m.-^^^ening Worship 



Virginia Beadi SUN, Thursday, Dcctmber 23, 1965 



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Special To Those That Have^Ucense From Other States For Additional 
Hours To Qualify For Virginia State Board. Free Scholarships To Those 
ThatQuali^ ' ik- 

OCEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY 
1737 Virginia Beach BWd. 



J ANAT BEAUTY ACADEMY 
1274 N. Military Highway 



Phone 428-3246 Phone 855-2061 

OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL*10 P.M.-EXCEPT SATURDAY NIGHT 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCli 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk 
Fred M. Farisa, Paster 

9:46 ajn. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.ra. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m.-— Fell^wrtip Hour 
7 :30 p^n. — Evening Services 

GRACE BRETHREN 
CHURCH 

Great Neek at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arriagteih Pastor 
10:00 a.m. — Sundav Schdol 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Worship Service 
7:30pjQ. — Evening Service 
MOimT OLIVE 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
Rev. T. M. Walker, Pasta* 
9:30 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.m.— Evening Worship 



THALIA LYNN 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va. Beach Blvd. adjoii^ng 
Princess Anne High School 

Rev. Robert N. Wallace 
8:30 a.m. — Morning Worship 
9 :30 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m — Morning Worship 

FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

419 Glenr^ck Road, Norfolk 
Rev. Charles T. Headrieks 

9:45 a.m. — ChOrch School 
ll:OOa.m.-^Moming Worship 
7 :80 p.m. — Evening Worship 

FIRST COLONIAL 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

George T. Stalliags, Pastor 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:00 a.m. — Morrflcg Worshiv 
6:80 p.m. — Training Union 
7 :30 p m. — Evening Worship 
7:80 p.m. — Mid- Week service. 
Wednesday 




5 



CHRISTMAS TURKEY TREATS 



OAK GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Alvia St. CUtr, Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 



ST. GREGORY THE GREAT 
OATHOLIC CHURCH 

9271 A^irginis Beach Blvd. 
Rav. riaviaa Ysliako. O.S.B. 
Rev. Pasekai Kaeip O.S.B. "^ 

Masses— 6:30. 8:00, 9:30, 

11:00 and 12::t0 
Corifensions are on Saturday 

7:30-8:80 



While roast birkey has bec(»m 
a hdiday U-mUUcui, so h^ the prob- 
kin of what to (k> with the l^t- 
overs. Your bunily will be «ire 
to "gabble up" these tasty turkey 
treats, ccmpitod by Austin Nichols 
h(Mne ec<moim^. 

A perfect h(^ (Ush for tImR cold 
wiBter days when the family 
CQin« home Iwi^ is a smdwich 
loaf. 

OOUiaiET SANDWICH LOAF 
4 hard-coeked efgt 
1 ^|i fkidy cb^psd cedied tia^ 

M eap okappdl sweet |dddes or 

picUe reiUi 
1 eaa <M to 12 ec) erem of 



BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Green well JM 4 Lakeview Dr. 

Bavitide, VA. 

Rev. Darid Mcore, Paftor 

9 :46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :46 p.m. — Evening Worship 



ST. JOHH'S BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Rev. Bruce B. Perkins, Paster 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6.00 p.m.— B.T.U. 



Salt aad 
Usttces 
2 t^kletpeoaa aoHmi4 butter or 




BLACKWATER BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
Rev. Ralph L. Horn 

1 :00 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m — Morning Worship 
"Serving Ood and the Com 
munity of Blackwater Sine* 
ITS^ ,', 

TABERNACLE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Robert H. Garner, Miaistor 
9 :46 a.m. — Church School 
ll:00a.m — ^Morning Worship 

^VI^INIA BEACH 
METHODIST CHURCH 

207 - I8th Street .-»• 
Rev. Beverly Feltv 
8:30a.n(v. — Wofrtiip aervloe 
Summer Months 
9:45 4.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 

THALIA METHODIST 
CHURCH , 

Pine Ave. 4 Va. Bch. ^Ivd. 
Williaai L. Asbar, mator 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:45 a.m.-;7-Worship 

FOUNDRY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Va. Bch. Blvd., Lynnhaven 
WilliaiB H. Aeosta, Minister 

8:4Ea.m. and 11 a.m. — 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
6:30 p.m. — Youth Fellowabip 



% cup ndk 

Ohop 2 irf the e^s. Cdmlirine 
widi taakey, pkkles and half oi 
the soup. Season to taste with salt 
and pq[)per. Trim crusts from 
bread and cut sUces in haK to 
mai» M pieces. Place 6 pieces d 
bread cl4»e together on baking 
sheet or heat^mxrf serving platla*. 
Spread with turkey mirture. Ti^ 
w^ la^* of l»«ad. Bqpeitt oirtU 



there are 3 layers of turiiey and 
4 l^rs of bread. Bru^ top 
wUh a^tai^ iMitta-. Bake in mod- 
o-ate oven (37S° F.) until li^y 
brt^wned, IS minutes. Blend milk 
with femaining soup. Heal to 
boiling. Add ronaining chopped 
eggs. Sorve over 6 sandwiches. 

Tile kjds will love these sand- 
wkdieB, especially when they're 
VisM down witit a steaming ciQ> 
d hot clMcd^. And the gue^ 
you ajjtertajo will ai^ireciate tton 
with andim kind of "Turkey," 
which is owning as much of a 
holiday traditkui in American 
hemes as tuHtey for Christinas 
dinn^. Wild Turkey Bowb<tf in 
glasses dten appears beside do- 
mestic turkey on a platter during 
the holiday seas(«. 

No matter what kind of holiday 
bevo^es you serve your guests 
tills year — on ti)e rocks, cocktails 
or egg nog — your Christmas en- 
totaiiring will be more fun with 
less work if you heed a few h^ 
ful hints: 

You'll be a nwre relaxed host- 
ess tf you plan ahead. Kix>w how 
many people there'll be at your 
party, and have enough chairs for 
tiiem before U)ey arrive! t 

T9 add a festive toudi to year 



CROSS PRESENTATION 



KEMPSVILLE 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

620 Kempsville Rd. 
J. L, Coppock, Pastor 
9:40 A.M.— Sunday School 
11:00 A.M. — Morning WorsWl 
6:00 P.M. — (Serond Sundav^ 
YoiiW» FellowaWps 
929 First Colonial Road 

KING'S GRANT 
BAPTDrr CBAPEL 

Meetii^ in 
Klngstan Ekn^itary SciMMl 
W. GleBB TBDut, Paitor 
9:45 a.m.— SUhday School 
11:00 a.m.-M<ming Wordiip 
5:45 p.m.-Gvenlng Worship 



," VmKESS ANNE - Ttie Nava 
Air Sti^ion Oceana's untt of Amer- 
ican Red Cross Volunteors held 
their arawal rec(^nition cerenun^ 
on Dec. 14. at the Oceana Seahorse 
CU*. 

Mrs. J. B. Under, chaiimam d 
tlw OoMiBB vSlunteera, jreaided at 
the meeting. 

FoUowiQg a ndon kmcbeon, the 
ca*emoQy recognized members of 
Uie volunteo- orgaobudkm who h«l 
C(«q)l^ed ad<^mal co|n-se8 d 
achievement, aad other individuals 
vbo bad provided q)ecia] servkes 
through ttie Red C^on Program. 

Finrt awards w«e presented for 
conpktkin of tfie Red Oross Basic 
Ttabilng Course. Prewnted by 
lArs. IJaik, they vmre recdved 
by Gk)ria Aanm, Mary Beth Ber- 
ry, Marguerite &own, Mtfgaret 



GIRL SCOUTS SING 

VmmflA BEACH - Members 
d Gfa-I Sc(Hit Troop 362 hdped 
bring the spirit of the Christmas 
season to mmten of the Siore 
I^ive Convalescent Home Wednes- 
day afternoon, 'the Girl Scouts, 
under the lead«'ship of Mrs. Alice 
Tiller, sang Christmas carols and 
took gift^ to (he shtA-iiut tho'e. 




CMnaU. Joan kbet,-Louise John- 
top, Pepek^ Mardudl, Marcia 
Ifohl, Ftances Rohdeoburg, and 
Virginia Williams. 

iUkn presetted were stripes for 
the wcsWs who had yolunt^red 
large manbors d hmirs during the 
past year. Those recdving addi- 
U(^ stripes were Virginia Ebno-, 
Boimie i^^aeU, Carroll A. Fle^r, 
Joan AUce Hmricins, Maurine Hen- 
dripkson. Mary Kreymer, P^rteia 
A. Prudhomme, and Ma^e 
Stokes. 

Mrs. Lbid«: then nresei^ q)e- 
ciai awards to I.-s. Elizabeth 
Kerifip for her outstanding Mueve- 
OMnt as chairman of the Ocejuia 
Red Ooss Blood Prc^am, and to 
C3iief V. A. Rde, manager of the 
Sea^hM« Clid), for his continuing 
cooperation in the Uood pn^sm. 

One ajrjxrise award was also 
presented by Floyd Chsdwick, Red 
Cn»s F!^ Director for Oceana. 
Addressing the chairman, he pre- 
seirted lier with a (^lificate of- 
app^a^^jm for her jK^hievemoit 
as diairman d volunteers for the 
last year. 

Mrs. Under dien introduced her 
reli^ in the job of chairmra. Mrs. 
Baibara Ja(^n is the new diak- 
man. ^" \ 

Guests atteii^ing the verennony 
were T. J/HumrkAdiouse, execu- 
tive director of Tklewata- Red 
Cross, Commander J. D. Ifft, exec- 
utive officer of Oceana Naval Air 
^tion; and doctors and nurses 
from ^ ?ur statkm dispensary. 



party, try pasting colorful Chrlil- • 
mas stickers m punch bowl, cups " 
ai^ gUssM. 

If you're serving r^reslments. « 
paperware with Chriirtmas ^ckav f 
affixed <^n brj^htm the holiday • 
mood, help cut down on alter. | 
party wad-up. a 

Keep refre^unents ^n{rie but * 
ample. The makers of Wiki Turkey ■ 
suggest this recipe, using Turkey * 
Sandwich Filling. Tliese Tea Tnra- - 
overs can be nrauie in m) time ^^ 
all and are sure to bring oom|dl 
lAei^ from your guests. 
TEA TURNOVERS 

2 eops stfted lA^pirpeie Omm 

1 t easpoea salt 

4 to 6 laMfipoaai water * 

1 rec^M Itokey SaMhfkh FOhg ; 

Slice fl<Mir and salt i^ a bowli^ 
Cut in shortenii^ with a 2**^^ 
blender until the pieces of dlor^ * 
ening are the size d peas. Add t 
cold watei* gradually, tossing «dtti * 
a fork until all d tiie llour-Goirted • 
bits d fat are damfwoed, tm^ * 
Ruxture tfito a pa^. clotii or • 
piM% of waxed pap«r. (kther gp * 
corner, preuing fnMn Ae <xrt^ia^ * 
Uiiorm a c<8iq)aet ball. R<A th r ^ 
"bkll" out on pastry doth or boardl 
to« about ^-iach tidcknen. Qit * 

drcles 2 indies in dianoet^*. p 

ft 

TV) natm twAeey Saa^irk:b ifiO- * 
ing coMblne f-cup d tbaSy dwp- 4 
pel jaeind tlhcey, l tsUeapoon • 
l^cxte rdteh, 1/S cup maymmate • 
or salad dressing. Sm«» to tai^J^ 
with Milt and pei^ier. MAt 1 eu|^ 
of filling. •"» 

Place % ttaspom d Su^Nri^,* 
Filling b the caia d mA d^ * 
de. FoU ove- pastry to fikin Itf e. 
circle and pr^s edges b^^v^ { 
Bake hi a very bd ovm (435* TJ S 
until g^den l»«wn, 10 to 15 B^ | 
utes. Serve as an upp^aat. | 

BUFTET TURKEY 8AIAD * 
2 eqia Aeed doaled tarley "•^t^ 
2 CQpa ceefc e d rice y, 

% oip Trts»A irttOi^ * 

€xp oeea onoy ii 

14 eap ffeed gfcea p^por • 

H mf nayeoMdae or sdW ire»> | 

tag ; 

8^ Mid p e pp e r g 



JdUed OmAerry Sanoe 
Deviled ^gs, ^ttsod 

Combine turkey, riM and Fr^lt^i 
dressing. Chill. Just b^ire serv- 
ii^ conobine 4u4Eey nuxture wltt 
the celery, ^-een p^tper md mqr 
onnaise. Sewm to taste wttfa salt, 
pepg« and lemon ^ce. Arrive 
|n individual lettuce cupa or Id, 
salad bowl lined witii lettuce. Gar' 
nish witii slices of cranberry sauce 
mi deviled e^. If desired, top 
with or verve additfawal dressing. 
6 to 8 servii^. 

With ttiese redpes and hdp^ 
hostras hints vsp your ileervi^ nd 
wtth an anqde si^f^ d bdk'WM 
sad dcmeatic turii^ you'n sure 
to have friends "Axldiig*' to . ^ 
dooi' faef<xre the bdMbp are over. 



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Tkoo, od! of us la 
cSl of 70U, we lead our 
gzv^ogs and bast wiA«s {w a mmTTf, 
I Qtd4cBliion«d liolUloT stoson. 

Beach Barber Shop 

R«^ Aim 1 D«loris 




1705 Pacific Ave. 



GA 8-9820 



Here we ttree d^daw cerfecttesa 
^UNsi am Mp. Ifeese 
(^a, mm bf packed In prMty 
gl^ to favartte Meads aad leaiimv 



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REALTY TRANSFERS 



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nammU. BMlK«t« 
^ or pwfenite IfaM 

Bdww4 Blil^ Ddi flt WX l| Al- 
bert Edratd (^ «t «^ V^ I. 
Uock ». fill oC MMsm AflM 
ptaa, m *,' t« $17 Jl. 

P«caiMilM Vfltage. te. to I 
OiarlK L P«t«r et «|. lot I, 
Uock tt. |M of I^<*liaita* VO- 

u^: to mm. 

Poci^iaiM Vffla^. Ine. (o t% 
BwMr <*^ et lai. in a. MN^ 

$B.fli 
dark-HlilliUI Qp^on^^ h> 

bkKi 4, pbt <i^ hitfn ^« 
PlMa we. l%,tt« is.! 
Wareo A. filMlir el 
H. Berry, *. «l IK* W 

George A. Mmr et ux, H d, 
Mock B. plat of Bircbwood Gar- 
deis Mc. 5; tn I9JS. 

Jamea C. JUmemerg^ et uz to 
Lee B, tmnff. Jr., lot S, bkxdi 
afi, pl^ oC Can^fflae Faim mc. 
S;fl«t UIJO. 

Geor^ B. OirMMxa- et uz to 
WIHmh R. Sb»ley et ta, lot S, 
biodc G, piM rf Bu-dnvood Gsur- 
da tec. S; ^ {■•% 

W. P. ^eea to Doqald t. Hotenes 
lites R & S, plat oC Crystal Lake; 
tazlZl. 

Joi« SertBipa ^ ux ^ M. L. B., 
b&, kit 4. bk)ck 19. pdat of Pan- 
brohrftaor aec. 2; tax |i7.ffi. 

ftwidin Boice Oama et ax to 
G^rge C. Uapree et ux, tot B, 
Uodi C, 1^ of Bbtdiwood Gar- 
den aee. S; taat IK-TO- 

Cmkmod BoBm. Bk. to Jade 
Wtaa et yx. kH f. Uxdc E, i^t of 
ArreetoKl aee. 8; tax |B.70. 

liMyd OateorfttoD to Tbom- 
» A. IkataBi a ux. kt 7. Uodt 
B. flat of Arrowhead aec. 7; tax 




B. Alraumder ^ ux to 
Itednlck Si&& Gallup, Jr. et 
,m. tot SI7, plat of l^orou^ood 
aee. I; tta K.75. 

BEkrard Li^doo Pun^ et ux 
to (Mo CUorton Lewis et ux, 
H, Uoek D, plat of Aragooa 
toil aee. S; tax IM.10. 

Midi Men Mqriia ^ux to 
Di(llMt;y Rh^ OntiwatiaB. lot 
m. btodi 81. ^ of Aragona VU- 
1^ aee. 6; tn piM. 
^^fotfe 0. Peaoixi et IB to Dan- 
M t. AadvMo et ux, tot 87, plat 
ef,Jl4rt3^ aec. 4; tax |K. 

I^wsk M. Gr^uun et ux to J<^ 
L. Ra^oid ^ ux, tot 1^: btock W, 
ftai of Blitiwood Ganjffls aec 8; 
'taxin.75. 

&bb N. Jaaper et ip to Edwia 
J. Dto-aad et sot. tot 81, ^ of 
Pimdls Potart: tax |46.a. 

Cttver J. JoB^ et ux to WiUiam 
Sdwifi Cede et ux, lot 4, bkxk «. 
pM of ^is^H Amw Haza mc. 4; 
taxHIJI. 

J. i. Ifo^, Ct et ux to W&C& 
H. DremMB, site SSfl, ^ d 1%o^ 
ei^Dod se& S; tax IS.S. , 

Wakor A. Flu^^ ei ux ta .^ilsi 
T. Agent, Jr. et ux, kA 288, idat 
d Ukemm SboT^ sec. B; tax 
|».7S. 

Dmas R. ^>at1cs et ux to JJKir 
roKe E. Doss et ux. k^ 20, 22, 
Uock 80, plat of Sbore Acr«; tax 
|»JS. 

Wrd D. ^asims et ux to 
ioiageii liow^ Guy, krt A, ptoft of 
Hev Vu^aia Btodi OotporatkHi; 
tnl45. 



ayi^Qrie V. Moor* ^ # to Sal- 
^ A. moAnt, M i Md part of 
toll^ i^ of §^ PIom; fan |I8.». 

Job V. Caiis^ A us to Mar; 
Fruc^ tli^. tot n, {M «f 
MsUwsee. I;taxti8.a6. 

Frwtoriek E. (Mm et ux to'D 
Sam pH^. Jr., lots ». 23, block 
«, trfat of Vtel^BeMh Devd- 
epDM^ OrafH^; tax ^.90. 

iobert L duiittfa, Jr. et ux 
to Edward V. Dqmdy et ux, par- 
e^ ld«t of ^ Mk*; tax mn. 
, BMxy JtoB% Q»|i«-atitm to 
Ku-1 jll. Stems. ^. ct ux, lot 2. 
Ibt of KiaSi Gmrt sec. SA; tax 

l^mi^ooi OcMpM'atm} to Georp 
r Biee et ttx. ^ S«, plat of 
ItiOroi^iigood sec. 1; tax $22 50. 

R. 0, ftmra ^ UK to James E. 
Don. |r.. 8 i^rcds, (At oTx Vir- 
0m Bd>^ Devek^Ki^ Com- 
ply; tax 190. , 

I^Mt A. Ackoman et ux tu 
Alvin Q. Jarrett et ux, 4 parcels, 
plat of New Virgioia Beach; tax 
^.71 

Lecffl R. Acre* et ik to M. n. 
WekA et ux, parcel A. plat oi 
ThaUa Island; tax $00. 

WcD Realty Cofporation ei ab 
to WUliaoi S. Thomas et ux, lot 
4, Wock 17, plat of Princess Anne 
Plaza sec. 11; tax $21.90. 

Pk» Realty Corporatkm et .i1h 
to James Constantine George, Jr, 
et ux, tot 19, btock 17, plat (rf Prta- 
cess Anne Plaza sec. 11; tax $19.%. 

I4(» Realty Corporation et aJs 
to Fraidc A. F^}rttifla, Jr. et ux, lot 
9, blbdc 17, plat of Princess Anoe 
Plaza sec. 11; tax $19.80. 

Pico Realty Corperatton et als 
to Jdhn William F4y et ux, lot 5, 
btodc 8, plat of PriiKiess Anne 
Plata sec: 10: tax IBJ6. 

Dm Ray Evans et ux to Parser 
N. YMlng et ux, tot 25, blocK 26, 
plat (w Aragona Village sec. 6; tax 

mm. 

dsNwaW B. Salyer et ux to T & M 
Ctmstruction Corporation, i\is 5/ 
plat of SoutherB Pointa sec. l; tax 

WfMmi G. Huston et ux to T & 
M ConstnKtio9 C(H7oration, tot t, 
Uxk A. plat of Great Nedc Es- 
totes sec. l; tax $34.50. 

Bobby L. llorianM ux to Handd 
W. Co(^ rt ux, lot 26, btock 60, 
plat ol Ara^ma Village sec. 7; 
tax $19.50. 

Robert L. Yon et ux to Property 
Buyen, Inc.. tot 138, piat of Wesb 
fnordaad EiAates sec. l; (tax 
$80.5$. 

Propoty Buyers, Inc. to lYank 
D. nmi et ux. tot 28, btock 31, 
pM. of PriiH^ess AnM Plaza sec. 
7; tax $85.06. 

Property Buyers, be. to John M. 
J^aies et ux, lot 114, plat of Gar- 
dmwood Park; tax ^.80. 

nt^rty BtQ^s, Inc. to Hinnas 
B. Payne ^ ux. kA 7, block l&^, 
plat of Princes Anne Plaza sec. 
3; tax $82.85. 

Pii^erty Buy«^ Inc. to I Ay 
R. Satgg^, Jr. et ux, tot 21, bloct^ 
SI. ,plat (d Afogona Village sec. 7; 
tax $80.70. 

duu-lM Landbert l^ith. S". et 
ux to Qiarles Lamb^ Smith, Jr. 
et ux, tot 28, plat of Lynn Shor(»; 
tax $40.50. 

Pn^jerty Bu^rs. Inc. to Billy 
R. Rush a ux. lot 8, block 70, 
(dat of Princess Anne Pto^ sec. 4; 
tax ^20. 

fttjperty Buyers^ toe. to Gard- 
ner B. Lmiks et ux, lot 2. bkxk 12, 
plat of I^iiK»K ^rne Plaza sec. 
11; tax $19.50. 



Property Btsj/mt, Inc. to Ce^ F. 
Hays * W, W 808. put of W«^- 
moretoad ^atoa sec. l; tax $17.85. 

Pnptftj Biiyers, lac. to Red-iey 
Lee Kl^ et ux, tot 8, btodc ii, 
plat of Prtmx^ Ane Plaza sec. 
11; tax $84.90. 

Glenn L. Head (^ ux to Property 
8iQ«&J^.. tot 11, block 7A, plat 
of nin^ Anne Phaa sec. 6. 
tax$16J0. 

HaroW Fisher et tot to Property 
Buyers. Ii^., lot 44, ^ of Pine- 
wood Gardens; tax $18.*^. 

William 0. Howard et ux to 
ProQ&rty Buyers, Inc.. tot 24, block 
17, jiH of Princess Anne •j'laza 
sec. 3; tax $34.15. 

Defeat D. Reber et ta to Prop- 
er^ &iyers. Inc., tot 10, Uock 
19, plat of PrincMi Asae Plaza 
sec. 4; tu $19j06. 

Mack C. Brinn ^ isc to Prq^erty 
Btqr^i. Inc.. tot 18. t^dt 2. plat 
of Princes Anne Plaza sec. 9; 
tax $19.96. 

Penndel Company to Lacy L. 



skto Borou^; tax $196. 

Fred B. Cooper et ux |o Robert 
C. I^e^ et ux, tot 6. btock 44, 
ptot d Princess Anne I^aza sec. 5; 
tax $24.90. 

Curtis L. WiUians ^ ux to Lar- 
ry Louis Meyers et ux, lot 331, 
plat of Lakeview SSiores sec. B; 
tax $28.25. 

Clarence L. Powers ^ ux to 
Lawrence Frederick Keidel et ux, 
lot 5, block 39, plat of An^ma 
Village sec. 9; tax $8825. 

Fredoridc Adum Schwer, Jr. el 
ux to John W. Caches et ux, tot 6, 
block F, plat of Lake &nith Ter- 
race; tax $34.36. 

Alexai^r J. Forbes et ux to 
Walter CorKolvo, M 3, blodc 84, 
plat of Princess Anne Plaza sec. 
7; tax $19.85. 

Junes N. Berry et ux to Francis 
E. Schwehn et ux, lot 98, plat d 
Fair Meadows; tax $24. 

Virginia Beach Buiklers and 



Con^twdVon, Inc. to RoUrild B. 
Om^iee et ux, toto 18, H 15. 
bkx^ Ut. plat of LakMvood; tax 
$28.31 

fmp&rtf Bio'erB, lac. to IVed 
South, Jr. et ux, tot 2. blodc 74, 
plat of I^incess Anne Plaza sec. 
3; tax 18196. 

Stanly E. Murphy et la to Har- 
ry E. Itarpliy et ux, t.5 aCTe-jJm 
of Pleumt Rki^; tax $22J0. 

Lawrejce T. Cop^ to H. Davis 
Gray, Jr. et ux. tots 9. U. Uock 
49. |dat ^ Vkrgtoia BeacA Devel- 
opment Oxnpmf; tax $24. 

Clark-Whitehill C(vp(»-ation lo 
Robert Oliver ft7or et ux, W 19, 
btock 3, [dat <rf Prtocess Anne Pto 
za sec. 14; tax $B.06. 

Binney Road OMimratkm to At- 
lantic Cooiduotton Coi^atttn, 5 
parc^s^dat of East NorfoUi; tax 
$166. 

Chtflea FVam^ Schoen to Kd- 
Eea R^^ k Devek^ment Cor- 
poratton, tot 22. block 1, plat of 
P(K;alMDtas Village; tax $17.85. 



Redd et ux. parcel, plat of Bay> -^ Swreline Corporatton tv George 

D. Howard et ux. tot IS. btock Z, 
plat of Lake &iUth Terrace sec. i, 
tax $45.45. 

Robert M. Evans et ux to E^ 
rique A. Martinez et ux, H^ 18, 
20, btock 46, plat of Vir^ia Bead) 
Devdojanent Compmiy; tax $2325. 

Ptotot-0-View, Inc. to Frank J. 
Wolfe et ux, k^ 5, btock 5, plat of 
Point-OVIew sec. 1; tax $39.46. 

Dewey A. Os^-om et ux to James 

E. Kirkman, Jr. d ux, lot 129, pTat 
dBlig»- Grant sec. 2; tax $^.30. 

Shordine Corporatkm to Michad 
J. Simcisko et lix, tot 2. btock Y, 
plat d Lake Smith Tarace wc. 9; 
tax $39.15. 

R. E. Zimheld et ux to Janes L. 
Parker et ux, lot 13, plat of BerrJe 
Gardens; tax $19.06, » »* 

Alton Leon Vau^ et tn to C. D. 
B«-g et ux, lot 6, block 19, plat of 
Ponbroke MaiK>r sec. 2; tax 
$27.30. 

JYederkk William Bates, III et 



TO 
YOU 

HJMO 
1,500 
2.000 
24W 
3,888 
4,000 
5,000 



HOME BUYERSri 
Compare These Rates 

WHY PAY MORE ON A 2ND MORltlAGE LOAN? 



i^!i* 



m 

MM* 

$87.41 

41.11 

54.82 

68J3 

82.03 

U8.64 

137,06 



Mes. 

$23.80. 
85.78 
47.61 
58 J8 
71^ 

11181 



SAVJi $'s BY 
DEAUNG t)iR^ WITH LENDER! 

OUR RATES ARE THE LOWEST BECAUSE: 

1. We Imd oar own mmey. 4. No aTjnUf^ttoo feet. 

2. No B/okerage cliwges w dis- 5. No hHUea' diH*ges. 
eem^ig of notes. 6. Pre-paymoit privllegce. 

3. iBsnrance to ^Jtknud. 

BANKERS. ATTORNEYS AND BROKERS RECOMMEND US! 
COMPARE! — PHONE APPUCATION TO: — fiO-lieO 



UX to Wakar F. MaMri 4.m tot 
n. Mack 1 plat of Angooa Vfl- 
lap sec. 5; tax $15.30. 

Wamo-Slbeit-Pma, Inc. to 
John MarahaB JMer 4 tn, tot 3. 
btock 80, ^ of Oanead Sprii« 
Hoiaaa; tat ^J8. 

Robert r. R^^ am to WU- 
Uam D. Loofbourrov d ux, lot 10, 
Uock M. lOat of Aragona Village 
sec. 4; tax $aBJ0. 

FYanc»s M. Hld^t^ to Hari^d 
P. Smith et ux. dto 72. plat 9f 
Nort Uiddbom Ptti: tn $11. 

Ceadlia Homea. te. to llieo- 
^e A. Ltti^tf^, Jr. d ux, kk 
3. block D, ptot of Amwli«Kl sec. 
8; tax $3136. 

Credcwood HoniM. laC; to Earl 
H. Byrd, Jr. ei tot, Id 4. Uock E. 
plat of ArrewfceaA aee. 8; t.u 
$33J5. 

RmaM G. WUaoa d ux to Ford 
Motor Qpapa^, tot 81. plat of Hr 
ven I^e^ aec. 1; tax $»i». 

Sea^e Redty, Inc. to Jdm 
W. Camenm et uk, k^ 22. 83. 
btock 1 plat of Jacfcaowtole; tax 
$24.75. 



BAYSttE BAPTIST 

%Mimm - tte Itay^ia B^ 
tist Ctapck iHMMd ^ O^rM- 
mas Cdibte-laKt MMagr a%ki 
tt waa M^ed *«« MmI," prr 
$mm ^ the aM\ cMfi mdm 
&e indioa U IN Abater d 
Mudc, to Paiderjpisi. Tl* 
Youdi didra gave a apedal nmk 

rt» ytmi pe^ of Ihe dwrdi 
wfll cMbine Clttiataun Cardtog 
wUli a 'teyride'* on DeceedMr 9). 
They wfll virit the homes of "shrt- 
Ina" «>d KHWude wWi a weiner 
ra^ Myoung peo|«e d the 
dwB«fa are enwur^l to jpttwid. 
IWa i»roJeet is uadftr the A«cti«i 
of ^ You^ OoifflcM. Stove SMterf 
to the preddait of tbe OouadL 

On Oriatmaa Stnday. Dece^ier 
28, the yoiaig peofJe wlB F'^t 
a Chriatmaa play "Ttie Empty 
Room." ♦ 

tlie 6ood SanarrHan Latfea Cbm 
d the dnud) bdd thdr Oui^&niB 
pprty and haidieon M<^y, De- 
cer-ber 13. The cCass tm^ 1* 
lirs. Virginia Diaecm «id the pred- 
dent, Mrs. Hdiert Dawky. 



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Mebilheat KeroseiM NmI CM 

Call: FUEL FEE(I 

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1514 SPRINGMEADOW BOULEVARD, NORFOLK 

Bet«wen JiAnstoB Road end Nerview A.v« 

IN JOINT OFnCES WITH OUR RESIOENnAL 

(VA-FHA-CONV.) AND CCKHMERCIAL LOAN MVISIONS 



BUILDERS SUPER MART 



The Mo« 
Complel* 





PRIIICESS AM 
Opl^tite City fl^ 
VIRininA BEACH, VA. 



We^ve eeine a-carollug to bring 

ymu All the 1*^9 happiness an<l gUMlness of heart 

that g«»M with C^ristmaui. To oar song of gooil eheer, we add 

m special note of tlianhs for yonr kind patronage 

^ironghont the year. We are deeply appreciative. 

Miy our waran fHen^hlp eontteme Ur wummy more year*. 

iNe-IiO S^per Market 

Lynnhaven & Diamond Springs 




VUlfiUlM 




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• LANDDEVaOPING 

i MVBXDPBTS AGO^IT 

I AiL TYPB OF Ftt^O^aNd 




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iTOsu^iN to. 



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C&P Prtpdm Fur ttoildays 



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npiCBS i^iMS— Ilb« Oceana 
Ottcwt WIvts Oi) h^kl their 
tmmi. CWMmtt BiA Saturdiqp, 
jDeenribo tt at ttM HAS Oceana 
OOw'i CM). 

A|S(mAaiti|jr fifl^ offlctrs tt}d 
Atk ladNi J(HM^ Ok gala cUa- 
aa r -^aaw «£^ to a yeu^ alfj^ 
ipoMorcd 1^ ttw Whf«8 (^. 

file higd^ (^ aii fwenlQi wai 
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ta ud hndM flvt door jpriaN 
•ad bMk oiiiara lor hb comi: 



(^n^fou viAfiran all the 



Purieg the evmlog of dtn^ 

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Pravidbig OM^ fw ^ eve 
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V«rnoii HoiMycilIt 
2d7 25th SflrWt 



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TO OUR WONDS^FUL RIENDS, ao AND NEW, 

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WE EXTEND OUft SINCERE APPRECIATION FOR, 
THEIR Cbf^lDER^TION AND PAST PATRONAGE 
. . . AND MOST EARNEST WISHES FOR A. 



Happy Holiday Seasdii 

E HOI^ THAT THE COMING YEAR WILL BRING 

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PEACE, GOOD HEALTH, GOOD CHEER AND 
PROSPERtli' ^' 



iBemard H. McNamara, Manager 

Vraylor optical COMPAKY 



\pMG»nA WEACH - Hdpteg to 
smot^ the flo^ of bog (flataiwe 
catts on a aat^wida bnla ia the 
respcwblUQr «{ v^uA A* Chesa- 
p^e and PotAniA Telqrfwoe 
Con^any oT Vlr^nla caDs *e 
"Network Managgnent Center." 

Network Managanent CaitM-s 
providf flexfcle arranganerta of 
telephone circuits so that calls can 
go throu^ qui(*!y. Th* continent 
Is divuji geographically by the 
BeD System into 12 regions each 
with Its own swiU^g center. Each 
r90im, in tmn, is divided into 
sections, th«i into primary centers. 

II<H« than 300.000 long distaiKe 
voicefwatya aiiwcR»s the continent 
to ^nalct sure tfivt any (me (rf the 
tfwn than 90 milliiui phones in 
North An«rica can be connected 
quidJy with any other. This nrt- 
work of circuits features automatic 
switching equipment which rmites 
all long distance calls. 

n&te in Virginia, the C&P C«n- 
muiucatkKis Centa* in Richmond 
serves as the sectional caHer. 
while ttt^regimal center is Wayne, 
Paii^lvania. NMfolk and ^a- 
noke ar^ d^^ated as iffimary 
locations. 

TUs Christmas, it .is e}^)ected 
that more than we million k)ng 
I distance calls will be handled 
! ttiroui^ C&P facility. Th^e calls 
must be directed through cardul 
ckcuit arrangement ^ that as 
nnaay cdls as possible can be 
■jawipll^iWt in the initial dNrt. 
%n(% the tSiristmas holiday is Ibe 
heaviest long distance calUog <by, 
a cnstjnt surv^UIaM^c m 3ie 
netivrork must be maintained. This 



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messages of good cheer tfaaMiii^'<}ut 
dttfing this holiday sesMon, tv^^ lucf H 4^ 
oiir ow^ wisftiiiiymi i very m^tt^t^^t&di. May i^ 
fiAi ah f^ndaiQce (^ th^ ireid l^ys 4^ 
youl 'tS^'^ MM lluMt, hHi^hg you ^a^ and contentment 

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VIRGINIA BIACH ^^»WA 






to itoe I9 "iikmA Managcra." 
, M imk ragMWl and awtlaiial 
^^ ^ip^ iM current status 
b^urds ^ prov^ ty^to-^fi^ 
ute tafon^^QB 6 "mm^ Mb- 

tfnatioiH tti! indniMi a Ami ^- 
(b^ caAi. , 

Ptg m^m^esM has Acnm fiuit 
trafib ieam can hiM 19 isit la 
fta kBI i^nce waitm M ih' J Ml*^ 
U0m^. U, for bsUiM^, flbart 
rimAI be a, Mdden i^^r^ bi 
eaSa te a pfqrfculv am^. <^»ii»- 
i$m GMild ai^^ ^jTMd ta oliHr 
dties If st^ tm not takai to 
keep tile "cananMinkatioai h^- 
jdear fa^r roroirtbig tram: 
drcuUf. a aort 



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ta& »lfm flttt jibA ImteweAiii^ feUtiw mA filrmtg*r«. a- 

KfiHam - Eaton Insurance 
And 




3111 Pedfk Aveittie 



2^)6 B Princess Anne Rd. 



of t«nipqrai7 faypfts. 

ITke aetwoci mviasws by ttMir 
coDstarit vigy c«n kaap OMttan 
Met onlM ^ i^ ^r^ 
fWlM. tai^ adv^^a i ^ 
Mhrent ttne mm i^i* jl^y 
'»^HK» Ae Anr aad 4^^ a( 
trt<f& and bf teMratiag ii^ 
fadlities. 

On Ouistinat day. CIriP M be 

*m^ng W^m Msri to ipiM 

oA Uu^i^ file long iU^mm 
v^f^fik wttfa a mlntattsi d 4efaf. 
1^ a^nnt Direct XHstmce ttal 
tag (biX» 1^ mitmett torn 
2.000 (^^s and other ta^ffic 
ptrsnuiel will be M hsod ta a^^ 
^tamers di^ ^ and artae. 




Mary Asa Giuixel. famaw tti^Bi«i lU OeMwD Park Schod, la a 
IftrarUm ta w ekmentaij Air Farae wAtA ta Crete. She is Amm 
hen at Knossaa. 

GREETWaS FROM GREECE 



FYan Knossos, Island ci Crttfi, 
Greece, comes a Christmas card 
from a kmur resident d Virginia 
Beach, Miss Mary Aim Gnnl, 
daughter ol Mrs. Louis Giozd and 
the late &fr. Ganzel. "Teedie," a 
fonnar librariain in ^ 9^taa 
Park Elementary schod, is now 
with the U. S. Ak Force school <M! 
the Island ol Crete. Her interest* 
ing letter l(dk>ws: 

"Greetings ^ron Crete. livtag 
in Gree»9 is great Our achool fac- 
ulty is small (11) and most con- 
gmal f(»tning quite a {amily-Hke 
unit. We aijoy tri{^ii^ around to- 
g^er. ' 

"Over our Thanksgiving holiday 
we went to Rhodes, a diarming 
and unique isle with a me^eval 
as well as cla^ical aUno^ere. 
The Knii^ts ol St. John made 1; 
their headquarters in the Middle 
Ages until the Turks chased than 
to Malta in ]k2. I couM still hear 
the (4|i)Wng of their armc^ down 
^6 coU^ streets. Castle walls 
and ^aipBr|s enclosed the Okl 
tomi 1^ iU bright blue and vel- 
\fm itaoa houses, and TUridsh 
nynartia |unctuatai the skyliro to 
tell the aid of the story. 

"Now we, are looking f(Hvard to 
a twoiinA Christmas cruise— first 
<m the l^:<to Egypt, Ldsancm 
and QsP^m, then up the Adriatic 
to Yi^oslavia and Vaiice. 

"We have cover«J Crete weD 
and viiA»d the unearUial Minoan 



War. 

Aad from ttw Island of RhodU 
i 0^ Med. is Jkany l^aw^olo, 
att of the managa:a of the H0- 
tune Restaurant at 31st and Atlan- 
tic. TtSk to him dboA the islam! 
of RiwdM and hear his wo^^ftd 
stories. Such u, "Onc^ a yNur tte 
butterfUea amte to the Uand of 
Risudes and Uaiyot tfie stete aai 
tren ta ooior't^tag ^ery. aacl 
Qiai dlainpear as tiicidjr » ^ 
came. ar,,"1he hMiUe^ttted Uaki 
throi^ wbM tte tta water Amts 
tai^i^ freah fiidbi to live in new 
seawater fli^raig ontiaaonriy 
ttwough the taifts and flushed 
clem evc^ dtey. At 5 p.m. Vne 
pperiAcm is drat down. ^ &e 
poor and mo^ are aflowed to 
take 'ttw fish that remmn fta* 
ihet food." Even m Idaui ta the 
Mediterranean Sea faaijlts own 
Ckitamunlty Ftmd! 




jpalaces w #en as dotal a Tiffle^ t^Sw » <verated % Mr, 



ol o# own diggtag— an dd.pot 
handle or two! 

"OnT thrice>weekly lessens ta 
Greek are helping us to speA to 
our friendly hosts-mo^ ' they 
are surmised— not too numy tour- 
t^ bother, I gueira. It is tmigh! 
KATA XPETOYTENNA or ""Good 
birth of Christ' " and so aids tbe 
card. 

Virginia Beach has many fcntner 
residents of the Island of Crete 
and from the Island of Rhodes. 
To mention only a few, there is 
'Mrs. Harry," as she is affection- 
ately known, the wife of the latf 
Harry Katsias. owner of "Harry's" 
it 24tfa Street and Atlantic Ave 
nue, since befare the last Work! 



Jimmy Kont^anoa, 
ii^ dtisKn who own&^oid f!penlbea 
the Normandie R^nauranC is a 
former resident of a snail te«Ti 
about IS inOas nsrtti til A&eat. & 
was recently elected treasurer of 
the Chamber ol ComH^ce and 
h^ beai a Fi^ Otta^ of Vir- 
{^BeiK^. 

With us. tiso an Jtamy and 
George PrMperos, vt^-faown res. 
tauranteuBs who come fn»n ^ 
southan part of Greece. , 

Hie A|eKander family contrb- 
ut^ nnich t3 Viiginia Beach. Its 
popular cafe next toKthe^B^ii 

and 



Ifrs. Gax'ge AkaanAir and bb 
brodia-, Jeffir^. Youi^ Ur. 'mi 
Mrs. Angle XWa^i^ own i^ 
^ra^ the sqAistfcated Alex|qr 
dkrBe%le M^'a ^M)pL wbidi alaa 
coi^i^tes- to t^ ^ortsvtar ^ 
the temme fatiQe. liie senior Al- 
xanders ii^pnallir cam frdn 
Gr^ce. ' 

We qMAn fr^ LaM|]||yron: "Thii 
Isles d Greece, the Wes -^ 
Greece, Where ^^^ Sappl»^ 
Loved and Sang! Wtiere cne mai^ 
taii», Look down en li&i^flitei 
and Marathon, L^^ iom m.SS$ 
Sea" . . . «>d &a3 we r^um a 
card to "Teedie" ta fafrfway 
Greece frdra ^ yacJ|i'| 
renrt city. .. . 



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ITCHING 

LIKE MAD? 

6«t this doctor's f ormulal 

i^mo spe^ily^ itopt torirant of 
externally ceused itching... of 
teneaa. mkwr skin irriutiom, ncm- 
pSi^oaam iiMCt bit«. Desemittses 
onveeuMnip. Kills miUi<Mtt(tf sur- 
face §tTm%. "De-itch" skin with 
ZeiiK>— Liquid or Ointment. 



Wdter N. CmW, Oa B«h Schari PriM*d. (tetl) and Wterwa 
Davb Kdtem ^h Sdieal PriBd|>»>. <rt«W> *^y *"" P**»^ 
tkat itat. Hurt tte «*e.l« l«i** by C«r«»U "* ^^ •^ «»* 
McndHcd fcy the SmOhen AMOclattoB oT CoUegei and Schoola. (pheto 

by PU C d wnaii ) 



YULE LOG LIGHTED 



BAY^JE— Hie boning (rf the 
Qauixim seaton ia Bay^de got 
off to a good ^art recent^ witti 
the Ugbttag of the "Yale Log" 
and the drttkii* of a "to«*" to 
the coming year, lliese ceremwiies 
wee in heeptarwith the early set- 
tlera' OHiatmas traditiajs. As we 
ka9w the settles came here from 
Ei^land and they brou^t their 
En^ tradttkxtt wi& timti. One 
of whicb was tliat the yule log 
nxttt bum all nigbt on Christmas 
nl^. So one of ttie maxA»ens of 
tilt boitteiMld sat up all nigM and 
"mm to tt." It w« eq^lo'ed 
v«iy bad luck if the log went out. 

Hie yuk Log Hurting ceremony 
WM held at tlw r^m^ 'Amx^- 
good Ifause and Camdr. Norrie 
llMtin, dressed in oo^ane of the 
iTIh cotay, taidBg the part gf 
Aiam Tlien»#8opd, tt the log, 
tnm i^kh ladies in ccktM cor 
toBnUt i^b^ ti^ors a»i ii^ turn 
ttt •my candle ta! fte home. What 
tiM. tapers were tt a "toa^" wp 
^hwdt before the 9n. 

The meniien of the lliorou^ 
good 69x6m <M> were tere 
,^ead, <rf tkne mi ^ houaB was 
tailaAiajr deooraNd in keeping 
lAk the ooknlid days. A large 
cw t ye e n «v^^i was <» the dow 
nd as you cmte in the fttait do«r, 
tile ilair ieadb^ to ttie second 
flov WM de»»«ted with pine 
swags. Oo tile nuri pt^ was a 
cbMjI arratgement ni capped 



boxvraod, slices of lemons, cran- 
beries, airanged in a awe shape 
and topped by a pineapple. .Ac- 
cording to <me (^ the host^ses, the 
pineai^le was a symbol of hospi- 
tality in cdosbl cU^s. 

Once agafai tMs year, the garden 
chi) nAde a cdbnial "kissing 
ball" much more elaborate th?n 
anything seen today. It was sas- 
pended from the ceiling in the 
hall and as you went up the stairs - 
you could see Uiat it contained the 
Ouistmas creche. 

Rne, cedar, boxwood, pyracan- 
thia berries were used in the dec- 
orations and over the mantle d 
the parloi- was a knrely della robia 
wreath, made of coivse, from freA 
fruits, which had been treated, 
greens and the traditional della 
nd)ia blue vehret rUbm. 

It was a bright, beautiful fall 
mcnming and the guests came by 
droves to see ttw dec(»-ations hi 
ttiis first iMTick house in ^nerica. 



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WeVe spreading 
the news to friends 
near and far, that 
11^ wi^ 1h«n aii 
#ie very brighfesf/ 
cheerltst and 
happM holiday 
season av^r I 
Merry Christmas! 

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To all our friends, 
heighbors and associates 

the most joyous^f 

Christmases and the 

happiest of New Years! 



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4864 Shell Road at Bayskie 

4920 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Aragona Village' 

2422 Princess Anne Road at Courthouse 

No. 4 Janaf Shopping Center — Norfolk 

No. 8 Selden Arcade — Norfolk 

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l1 "^ VJ^ 1^ gifts of pea(x, joy awiksting(mimimenU 
With tkM% we greet our frimids artdtiMghhors arid extend owrhecui^ 
felt ih^f^ for yoi^imnyMndfi^eB. We are pnvneged to serve yotu 

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Ip song and story and, most of dU, in o\ar hearts 

ttl* pteisage (^ CUrtstmos lives one^, tb c&Mort an^ 

fti^M \J. At this glcd time, #e would like to wish our 

' &?7 ^Miis full measure of Joy and Ueseings. 
G«orf« L. iph^^e U« I. Chambtrt 

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POST OFFICE LISTS ZIP OOBES 



REPOSESSED SINGER Sewing 
MMisiM-V^y equipped to zix- 
sag, ovetoMt, etc.; fuU sbp, 
Aeavy Aity, round b<M>in. Pay 
li^-away balance of ^90 or 
nudl monttdy paymert. 



KLAM) fOSW unclaiOMd sew- 
ing in«:fame aiM^/ci^ii)^ FvUly 
eeyitpped to zSg^. o^rcaii 
t/bc. Ori{^«}aUf aoU fw $199.90. 
Il^ toy^Huy liiJaam ot $^.60 
or 6 pa^TMQte of |8.0O. 



RPPQBKSSD WHRE SgW- 

ovfrcaat, ^. BaUnce of 127.50. 
Ca^ or S payments of ^.SO am] 
•tts yam. 

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A. Geu-gea S 

St^ad U. SO 

SaW© Farm Rd K 

Stimm B 

SakiB Rd. 68 

Salk » 

Sandllo 1> 56 

Sttidi^ood Rd 51 

Sfiid^rg ei 

Sandptt Rd B. 

Sandra La G 

Sandy Bay Dr K 

Sandy Point K^ ft La Si 

Sandy Valley Ct. I. Rd. 52 

Saitford Ave. W. & La & 

San Marc{» Ct 51 

Satwn Se 

Saundov I^ 00 

Scallop Rd m. 

School Rd 06 

Schuyla- Rd ,.. 00 

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Sea Gull Rd. SO 

Sea Hcrae Way SO 

Sea SbeU Rd 01 

Seaview Ave B 

Se^efield Ave 00 

Se<^»no(Hr M SO 

Seonan Rd SO 

Selden 64 

Serapis ..00 

Seward la 61 

Shadow La 00 

Siadowlawn Ave 51 

auKkwwood a. 4\I^ 66 

^^amrock Ave .66 

Shamido Ct. SI 

Shu^n Dr .56 

S^gp ..: SO 

Siefcy La 00 

^lekkm Dr ,. » 

adl Rd S6 

Sbelt(» Rd. » SO 

Shenstone Cir, Ci ft Dr S5 

Shenvalle ft". 56 

Sbppards Qmciec ...^ «... S2 

Sfaierluck Rd ..;«.. a. ...02 

Sherry Ave. ft Ct 02 



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Shi{^ CoroM- Rd. .... 
Slmm Dr. 

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ShoveOo- Ave 

Shuraey La 

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SUvero-^f^ La. 

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Spux Dr. 

Sir Baton Dr 

Sirem Ave. 

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Smith La 

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Southern Blvd. 
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Southgate A^. 

Southside Rd 

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S^bdrm Rd 

^OOQK- Rd 

Stamp Act La 

StancU ft a .......... 

Staitfield Rd 

Starfish Rd. . . : 

Starlighter a ft Dr. . 

Starling Ct 

SteQ a ft La 

Ste{4ias Rd 

Steve La 

Stewanl ftr 

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Stratford* Hill Dr 

Strmvberry La 

Streamlim Dr. ft N 
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Sus^dik Dr OB 

Sonpraod C^. ft Ik-. ....... S3 

Samk» l>r B 

S^iAle Xve 01 

Sarry Rd W 

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Susquahama I^ 02 

Swain Ct B 

SwaUow Dr. B 

SwaUow Lb 94 

Swe^y Rd 52 

Sycamore rA 02 

Sykes Ave.. N ft S B 



Tabor a ft La. 61 

Ta^ Ave >» B 

TaMai Ave. ft Ct 02 

Tamar Ave 6| 

Tana^r Tr. " 51 

Tarkffl Rim U 

Taylor Point Rd S4 

Tawjwell Rd B 

Teets La. ..., B 

Tern R4 .....".... B 

Terrace Ave. 51 

Twra^ Hill Rd SI 

Terrazzo Tt 52 

llialia Dr ft Rd. S B 

Thalia Point Dr S2 

llMMnas La , 51 

IlKmias Nekon Or. ......^... 59 

Thnnpklns La. 02 

Tlmnton Road B 

Tborogood Rd 55 

T^rot^good Dr. ft La B 



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Ihui^rbird Dr 
Ticond«x}ga Rd 

Tilter Cir 51 

TimRd B 

Tiniiei^ Ned( Trafl ....a 

Tinri>eriand Trail ......... ......i| 

TWan La ....» 

Tory Rd .........© 

Itnraoda Rd. a 

TammeaiTk i,M 

Toy Aye ,..10 

TTKitwood Ave. ....M 

TrsvUi IHcy U 

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Tnimmey Rd. B 

Trtfltaaaa Ave ,d 

Trevori^ .54 

Trio pk ..m 

Tiiewi Rd .j^ N 

T»Ar a. .^tT. a 

Tu% Dr a 

Turf Dr ....§ 

TwakLa • •■ • 

Twte Cove Bd. * W. ....^ 

Tmn Li|ceRd. ft S. N 

Two Woods Rd a 

Tyaialld a 

U 

Utipervile a. ft Rd a 

UitMm Ct B 

Urdita Rd. 51 

V 

Valiant Ave a 

Valley Rd 51 

Valley Forge La. a 

Vanderfjilt Ave 81 

Venus a 

Victor nd m. 

Victwia 1^ ^. a 

Victory Rd B 

Vindale Dr ..a 

Vii^ B 

Viriinia Ave 61 

Vir|^SJ^Beacfa Blvd. 

Jo9^Mfi9 51' 

110&M99 S3 

210944BO 54 

250(H306 a 

4874^660 a 

Virghdm a B' 

Virginius Dr. .' a 

Vista Cir Si 

W 

Waff Rd., a 

Wagner ..>.. 52 

Wal^«W Dr B 

Wdee Fae&A JO' 

Walke ^..51 

Walker Rd ,a 

Wahiut La B 

Walt Whitman Way B 

War Admfral Rd B 



WesAury Rd B 

Westisrfield Rd B 

West«-ly Tr a 

Westgrove ar., Rd. ft a B 

Westward Dr B 

Westwdl U 8 

WMtwoodCir 91 

Whip^>oorWiU Pwnt B 

Whirlaway Rd a 

WhisUerU B 

Whitehaven U? ft Rd. .51 

White HerwiDr B 

White Hill Rd SI 

White Oak Dr B 

VAiiteacre lUi B 

WUtehurst Landing Rd. a 

Whiteside La .<>. 94 

Whiteaxirn Rd. B 

WUtnaaa Ct ft La. , 8 

WhittiCT Dr. ft Rd. M 

Wi||»vam Rd a 

tni Duck Key 8 

WiWwood Dr '..., 54 

WMam Penn Hvd S 

imiwi Pitt La. ie 

IWamAurga ft Rd. . 10 

WBldw Dr. b 

wm-o-wto ....: ....#4 

WVwayCir |5 

WlMBLa. .13 

iHItoo La. .,.....,.91 

Wtai^e^ La. ........a 



Wiidab M. )9i 

Wlniaor #oods a ..., |l 

Wnward Shore Cfr. 4 Dc Il 

Wla^ Rd. h 

Wto% Rid^F^rfnt ..14 



WlartoB Ave, .,, 


....8 


Wfa^n^Salan Ave. 


....11 


mAeM.. ...y 


....« 


^iwod Df .*. 


H 


WIAartRd 


'.r 


Wiseooin Ave. , 


....8 


Wise Dr. 


B 


l^i^dttiRd. 




noao 


a 


.MNBO 


...^.is 


Wlchduck Rd. S. 


....il 


wm •. 


i:,.44 


m^aNedi Tr 


.....a 


WotaiartOes..Dr..aNftE S4 


Wottmaro Rd. 




ISOD-WO 


....» 


lOOO^EOBO 


.... B 


Woodgreen Dr. ft Rd 


.... ys 

....a 


Woodhousa La 


....54 


Woodhouse Rd. ft S. 


50 


Woo<fljur8t tk 


.... 54 


Woodside U. ft S. 


....N 


Woodsnan La. 


9l 


Woodstock a ft Rd. .... 


....8 


Wwdway Lane 


....m 


Wcfce^er Rd 


9t 


Wordsworth La. % 


.... a 


Wren PL 


.... 91 


Wright La. 


... n 


M^andotte Rd. .t 


.....a' 


wye La 


.... 51 


^^faoea. 


a 


WytteLa. 


51 


Y 

Yaqul 


.... a 


Yiacy Circle .^ 


.... 50 


Yeates La 


.., a 


YoderLa. 




^Sfoflrm .............. ^; 


YorkdUre La 


.... a 


Youlous Ave 


.... B 


Young , 


.... a 


NUmbenid Stneto 




lft-fl9th 


.... 51 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thurtday, December 23, 1965 



806MIPUIMS FOR YOUR 1REE 



Mil imftOfy from your 
CMttMi »m. Ut lowg boildfty 
«Ulni ^ ^NMwH«s to tht **aih 
pRflMM" lNa^n< from your trm 
•*4^KiA^ Osmi Burn of m^- 
«d MMet ecMklng dMcoIitc wd ce- 
ted eorted with coeorat mits, 
and ^ cttidy qMnnkl^. 

Hare tre no-«oA candie*— tiw 
IM tM children enjoy hdping 
you mike for Christmas. SA addi 
« qttce in the kitchen wb«e tbe 
youi^^ti can w(rk. arranging 
aevB-al bowU oC the cwttags for 
tfMin to use. Yw may have to 
Mp yow youngest melt the choa>- 
1^, but evtti he can stir in the 
ter^ and vanilla and roll the 
^ndy in the coatings. 

Wbea the eddies are firm, they 
may be wraHied in transparent 
i»m nd hi^ fnm your Christ 
mm trae wWi colorful ribbons. The 
prqairatiM) and wra^wig <rf the 
caiKly mi^ beep your nccited 
^Mogsters hap^ Ux ^o entire 
.aftemoms — and they will cer- 
teidy fMl ttwy had a hand m 
ttw hdiday preparatkm. 

Tlw dnldren can also help you 
'make theae xmi pesmA batter 
Anrar trelte. lUways a favorite 
wWi yomg azxl oki, peanut butter 
flavw is now availt^te in conve- 
oi^ dUps that can be added to 
coddM or melted and made into 
dtelkioiB, smooth, creamy candies 
and amcM. Here are Uiree sinq>le 
conlectitns youi^^ars willl enjoy 
aoaku^ from peamit bu^ flavor 



MarAsMttw IVip Hats, Peamrt 
Buttar teUs, wd Peaootty Squara 
wfll md» a fuK^ amMnatt <rf 
candies to offo- to holiday ffi^. 
Or pack tlwn in jH-rtty ctHrtidners 
to ^ve as ^fts to favorite frtaids 
<» teacha-s. Just hnagine Iww 
proud the children will be of ttM 
gtfts they give whai they can say, 
"I made it!" ' 

abeeriaie f^Mi Mm 
1 fmAMgt (4 01. «we^ eaakhg 
tJluetMt. M- 1 package (f ea.) 
■«tii-«weet chocdrte t^$ 
1 d^ hnm Koi fHiiae flaka 
1 teawoM vnflla 
Flaked coconnt, finely ebpped 
Birta. or tlay candy sprtaiklet 
Partially melt chocolate over hot 
water; remove from hot water and 
stir witil smooth. Stir in cereal 
and vanilla. Drop from teaajxnn 
into coconut, nirts, or sprir*les and 
roll to coat thoroi^hly. Place cm 
wax paper and chUl until firm. 
Th«i wrap in transparent saran, 
if d^red. Mak^ d»ut 2 (k»en 
small candies. 

Mar^maOow 'Nf Hats 
1 package (S^ oa.) peanut batter 

flaver cklps 
U mwsfamallowt 
1 cup fbiely lAapM Mrti 
Melt chips over hot water, stir- 
ring until smooth. Ranove from 
hot water. Dip half rf each marsh- 
mallow into melted chips: then dip 
in nuts to coat Uiatwghly. Place 
coated side on wax papw and 
let stand at rown t«nperature un- 
til firm. Makes 2 dozen confections. 



batter Oavar ddpa 
% <sp aweetencv 
Htempmm v 

Darii af sail 

r^^ dMVPcd i^a ( 



) 

Melt chips ovar Iwt water, stir 
ring until smooth. Remove fitm 
hot urato'. Add condei^ed milk, 
vanUla, and salt; mix thon}^i|^y. 
Pmir onto wax papa*. (^M 30 
minutes, or until firm enw^ to 
handle. Shape into ^nall balls, 
using dboirt 1 teaspo(Ai for ea^; 
roll in nuts. Maka about 4 d;»en 
confections. 

Peaantty SqtiM^i 
1 pM^ge <SH-«s.) peanut totter 

flavor ch^ 
2/3 cap chonwd walnuts 

Melt chips over hot water, stir- 
ring until smooth. Ranove h'cm 
hot water, add nuts, and mix well, 
i^ead abouf V* inch thick on 
baking sheet or shallow pan. Chill. 
Cut into 1-inch square. Makes 
about 2 dozen squarM. 



LAKE JOYCE GC 

BAYSEHE - Lake J^nce Garden 
dob celebralad its "Annual Christ- 
sus Party" at the S»»re Drive 
Inn with the theme "All i| Cabn" 
carried out in decwatlons of green 
and white. 

^)ecial guests werr Mrs. H. 0. 
lYeenan, president of the Fed"ra- 
tlon d Garden Cli^s of NotT^lk 
and Vicinity; Mrs. Harry Miller 
and Mrs. Janes Cohen. 

Club mendbers donated $14.50 for 
gifts for veterans. 

The annual project, ChristmM 
Greens Sale was held, Dec. 18 at 
Bayside Hardware in Bayside 
Shopping Cent«-. 

A Clristmas sUwy. "Legend of 
the Birds." was given by Mrs. 
Cecil H. Reed. 

Urase winnii^ bhie ribboia were 

Mrs, M. K. Crockatt, Mrs. A. C. 

Gonton, iHrs. Evwett P. Seay, 

Mrs. H. K. Crosby, Mrs. Cecil H. 

Reed. 




jWHtost eudy dish, tteae 

ivIMiB 

af eveiy age. Best af 




diniiiiiitinnal 

LOiiii 

end 

wsmm sAvmos 

ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND RATE 
, 4V4%-D©c. 31, 19^5 

mmk MUCH federal 

HAVINGS AmWAH ASSOCIATION 
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Mr. Emanuel Gavallas, his family and staff, 
would like to take this opportunity to wish his 
friends and customers a Very Merry Christmas 
and Happiest of New Years. 

; We will be closed on December 25 so that 
wei v^th you, all will enjoy, Christmas with our 
farriilies. m ; ""flgl 

Wm DRVE MH 

Pmrm Drive and Pkttvre floute Road 




Ut us put yoiff hating system 
ihrot^h Its pace* and nike $grt 
W$ rMK^y for winter. Caii . • . 
soon. 

NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

PRIRCES8 AIRE PtUMBINR 
ELECTRIUISUPPUERS, Ine. 

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Vdum© XL, No. 61 




miMHONr428-2401 VIIK5INIA BEACH, VOK^NlAv WURSDAY, DECEMSK 30. 1965 Two S«:«oni-12 Pages 




In Wrecks 

VmomiA fSBMM - FVmt per- 
mtirar* tarred in two acsddents, 
one invicdvtag (our can, on \^rginii 
Beach Boiitevaid, bmt the Prlo- 
OMi Ant #qff^ certH" kul 



M te the fenr- 
■liredfeet 
Ama Mm k^hway. 

In the fir^ of te two accidents, 
poUce mid a txt mridng a left 
ton iMo the idK>p;wig center and 
tiw HOind cor cofided. One of the 
Nk) vdridea fled the acene oS. tihe 
acddnt and the (Mw was ar- 
mft^ a sbcHi time kiter. He vi^s 
cbari^ with redoless Mving and 
iMmng te acme of ma accido^ 
police ankf. Hm (faivo- w«s kioiti- 
fied tf CterOKe WiUianu, of South 
Binineck ftwd. Hie (klver <tf the 
other car was id«tfifled m Mra. 
DomU D. Bttibtf. as, of the aMO 

Mrs. Baifeer adiwr danhter. 
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SINGLE COPY: 10c BY A^ll $3.50 m YlAi 



>he second KiMnt ocuuiied 
Bi i iwte a Mer i^mu tln^ee cars hx^ 
q!> bjr the ftst aecMent w«e 
strack from Uie wm iig * faurth 
mc, pdice said. ' 

said ilie lsw« car, drir- 

C. |la«Bi^ n. ellke 

«f BslMi Bsai. Iil| 

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M ay HBffy 



MrsMlseldawBlkeligii. 



Jones, and die Mw of om of 
4ie ofter cars, Barry F. Gy<hqr. 91. 
<€ tka UNO blodc of Jteie 3t^ wire 




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Firms 
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VmCUOi mkm - Ilie Tide- 
wat«- Pavlqg Corp. and Cantrae 
tors Pavlog Ckmpiny. Inc., both 
of Virginia Beach, are being 
laenEed. The new sii^ corpora- 
tion wfll handk both plant-«ux as- 
idialt and concrete jdba. 

rM N. Rowe, head of Tkle- 
water PaWi^, said scrae of tte 
detab oC the mergo: have not 
bam wolnd mA ytit, hat opera- 
tk»s tuve been linked te^ether. 

iRowe's Goipori^kni was fmned 
a fear ago to take in the plant- 
mbc op«*atkns <d Atlantic Coo- 
ati^octim Cni)., wfakA he also 
bea^ The asphalt plant is b- 
cat«] ii«8t <rf Princess Aime I^aza. 

Oooftractcrs Pai^ was founded 
■gwral yeara Jp by Frank D. 
Tamdl Jr. He later becsme asso- 
ciated wkh the firm's preseit 
pi«sul«tt Canton Teets. ai^ Ra^ 
R BreoWioM. Th^ re^ctirated 
the tai^qeM and htt done several 
concrete paving Jobs. 

Ffaiandal a rr aa gsments w^e not 
disdMed at the anaomeement d 
the planned raerget <tf the two 
firms. 



Last Meeting in '65 



IHB PiCTUlUE WILL SOON BE CHANGED - A 
cercnMiy Umaimj HMmtag will aler this bdUk« 
that time (|e Bank «( ^^rgWa Beaeh wll fOkiallsr 



cntttag 
At 
Pbrst 



aad Merdunts Bank. lUs picture n^^ w^ bacsBM a 

item because tt is the last picture of ^ Bostalglc vtm hi Vlrghiia 

Bcadi. (See addf saal stsry ea page l-B.) PMa bjr Baice. 



Fatality Toll lUscf 



Three Die in Two 
Autorhobile Accidents 





VmOBfVi WSMO-lbt deaths 
of ivee persona tti aotomoNie ac- 
ddeots in Virginia Btadi haa in- 
iiuwid fte nuraNr o( Beadi traf- 
fk tataWes for Wlto ». 
Qkam L. WBasa. H. ai #e 

be ma riraakly 
a «» aiihe l a l s wueHi a af jar. 
isa 8«atlsB Koai aad PH«y 
Lane. The seeae af 
is Jost narth ef 
Blvd. sear the 
Beach, dty Unaw 

Pdice said the driver of the csr 
was liiled as Otarfes E. BIHott 
«, of the MOO bk>ck of Finney 
Circle. BUkitt's home is wilUn a 
hdf nrile of the 9&bb, poi&x said. 

Poltoe said they have duvged 
Eayott with inwokii^ary manslav^ 



The yavOi was roshed ta N«^- 
fsk General Hospital aad was 
dead oB arrival shortly after 7:N 
P. M. 

In a haad-oo coUaioo w Shore 
Drtve, early ibmi^ m^t^ tan 
mo Wire UOed ilMl»%. One ^ 
jaloAcWtes 




tta <1lMi|»Hi 8MI Fire De- 
partment exfii^d^Md the blaie 
quMdy. Hht aeddetit had traffic 

bidsed up for a kaif period of 

i 111 I ■ 
tane.. 

The Mcident occurred Just west 
of ShdSlDB Roai 




vlellBM as Geer^ B. 



the 

etts, IS> sf 
Wfllew Ave., 
Gewg e A. 
ffM tl petty 

UtHe Craek 



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sf 



a Navy 
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hi the UiO black of 
Neftil Ave.. Narfslk. Bleketts 
was a wreekar Mvor at a Shsre 
Drive sa^rfec stalMi. 
fMk» said RickeOa was headed 
WHi te (ht eMimad Ikk d Shore 
Uppntlffatdy S nup.h. 

% 

Bott) cars w^e spun mw^ to- 
wards the other (Krec^xi by the 
ImfMKt and k^nire was thrown 
from his veUcte. The car then ex- 
pbded Wd mt^ fire. iUdcetts 
was fowd dead in his or aboirt 75 
feet aiway. 

Ndtber car was cttrying pas- 

The men's bodies ware takot i» 
^niele Fimeral Hime. 

Pdice add this was the Utfrd 
dod:^ traffic fat^y d the year 
in Uie resort dty. 



Va Beach Elks 
To Write GFs 

VHtGMA KSAGH - An ambi- 
tkius aadsrtaking has bea lawdi- 
ed by the Eks Ckib d Vta-^da 
B«M^. Ihe eampdin, kamm as 
"Ldtors from Home" Is (tes^id 
fautidfy to solicit namss ^nd APO 
addresses d tntops in Viet Nam. 
Once Uis nsiaas d Virgiaia Beach 
naen have been obtabied. the list 
wffl he posted in the lOks' Lodge. 
a hMtm ^U sed to all mem- 

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Public Hearing 
Scheduled 

WWGmA BBAGH - A pehUc 
hewkig on protection against hurri- 
canes and beach eroskm has been 
sdwckiied for January 28, at the 
Qvk Center on Padfic Avenue. 



Reixewutatlves d Ae federd, 

state and munidpal govemmoits, 
oommerdd, ioduitrial. dvk. U^ 
way, fkwd and Ispacfa wfosion con- 
ttol taiteresia and {mpeity owners 
an VBged to attend the meeting. 
Congress has ordersd a stud^ d 
Vkipda Beach and ai^acieni afaiores 
in the intereii d erodtti control, 
hurricane protection and other re- 
kited purposes. 



Bond Sale Announced 



VIRGdNIA BEIACR - aty Man- 
lier W. Buas^ HatdMtt announc- 
ed at CKy CdBidl meding Mondc^ 
dot the Vir^nia Pd>lic Schod 
^liiority has s^eed to purdiase 

itJ liffiiionln^sdiod doistroction 
bonis from the dty at a nd inter- 
ed d 3.3 pa: cent 

Hatchelt saM he had hoped 
that the Anthomy wMild par^ 
chase aD d Am l&l miDieB hi 
schod beads that are jet to be 



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approved by the votav lad 



The bonds are to finance the con- 
stniction d two new secondary 
sdiook and ad<htMad dosedany 
sdiods throu^out Che city. 
HatiAett sdd tiw Mi9.ority edy 
had |LI nnUoB avaUaUe to par- 
chase beads with so "we will 
get that amooat." 

The intered rate mi these bonds 
is identkal to tiwse bonds ($2.8 
minion) ttnt the authority bought 
fnMn the dty last marano-. 



John J. Shand. Exakad Jhilar 
d Oe Virginia BwA todgi, Hqri 
Ms iMl nd be a "one shot ded,** 
but tet the letterwritlQi cam- 
patap wiU continw indefi&ttely. He 
adM tbat he is hopdid d d>- 
tiMng all tmm ntam sod address- 
M. "We are uit(ta« aU oac msm- 
bera to write personal Idttft. Wt 
are gi^ to M them (tiie coidtet 
foKSi) kmw we und^rdmxi nHi^ 
tb9 mt flatting in Viet Nam and 
whd th^ are fi^idag for," he 
sidd. 

^xMding to l%and. mtfe tfam 
N2,000 Elk Lod|^ hi the Udted 
States are joining in the cnquUgn 
in reactkn to danontratldos 
agafaMt U. S. invdvemant in Vid 
Nan. Ilw canqMdgD is nd limited 
stridly to lod^ meakms, mi 
Shand has iavitod aU residents d 
Virginia Beadi to join tl» progron 
and write pownd letters to the 
froops. 

Ihe lifged pnkAem now !adi« 
the ma is obtaining the names 
and addresML For obvkMS h^- 
Ugence raeaons. noilitary antbori- 
rdatiyps d nacn aad weaMO from 
(CcHittauied On Pi^e Four) 



P.A. Jaycees Prepare 
To Present Award 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The Prin- 
ces Anne Jaycees are now sedc- 
i^ noraindkns for ttieir wmual 
IH^h^pjidied Service Award, to 
be pius c ato d d B«w Credc Coun- 
try Cbd> OB FHdagr, Janusy SI, 
as a part d Natkmal Ja^^es 
WedL 

These intovsted hi nnninating 
a yomg mtn, between the sfes d, 
tl sndai^ for the award are u^ 
to (^ so M soon as posdUe. Hie 
di^^N* for nonanatiMB is Jan- 
Q«7 •, 1966. Nomfaiation fixms 
may Iw picked up frran any msi^- 
ber d the Princess Anne Jl^ 
cees or irt the office d ttie ^r 



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*Badi year the DisHngnirfieri 
Sarvtee Awwd to prs a aated to an 
oaMaadii% jmng mm al \%gnUi 
BMdi. Thtf vtane- need ad be 
a BModMr of tiw Jafceea. The 
wiaiMrs are dtod lor thefr partid- 



paticm in civk and community 
affairs, ^nd for ftelr ouA^ndii^ 
wori[ toward the iaittemMnt d the 
ffi-ee. AdditiMud farformation am- 
oemkig qtiidffications may be ob- 
tataied from Victor P. I^mkle.' 

Ae guest speaker at the Awards 
ceremmqr and toxpiet wUl be 
State Senator William P. Kellam 
d Vii^inia Beadi. 

Ihe I^stin^iiated S»vice AwaM 
was initiated by the I^iocess Affile 
Jaycees four yean 140. Previous 
wimia-8 were Lawrence SandUo, 
C(Hiielius B. Oweitt, Edward T. 
Catn, H, ud lad jwar's wiano- 
was BkJiard ^»dtam. 

Aasvdb^ to Josqih T. Bu^, 
Jr., the dndtaa fw nanhiatfons 
wffl be strk^ adharad to. md 
^my ^H t liitar i ddtf la mfli^ aona* 
hMtians for the Distfagiibhad Serv- 
k» Mvard b urged tolo so hmnr 
diatdy. 




ikIiTA TRAVELS fASf ■» Baddph aad tte rest d iw 
Dqr wheaBaaM Cbwi aaiie Ms CWstaaas hrlp tetheaM 
Is Aeva hewsltjilsg ^at d.a •^amtaad" F4 1 
r. (Ml» U. S. Hviy phda). 



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jdayed d the NMh Pole Christnias 
at Oeeaaa Navd hk Statiea. Saata 
the Mp was "fd^er bad 



Councilmen Approve 
Charter Amendments 



VIRGINIA BEACH — City Council held its last meet- 
ing of 1965 Monday morning at rrincess Anne Court House. 
It was expected to be the final ntteting for Virginia Beach 
Borough Councilman Edward T. Caton, III, but council took 
no action to appoint his successor. Caton was elected to the 
House of Delegates and will 



officially take office Jan. 12. 

Caton sakl he eqiects to resign 
his couiKil poskton Jan. 10 and 
his replacement will be nvned 
then. He saki he was fonnally pre- 
pared to resi^ Monday, but mem- 
bers of the council adced him to 
wdt iratil the Mxt mad^. 

L. (Bai«r) «gts, 84. a 



hasbaea Mm ti^ po^ 

Oty MaaagCT W. !hmdl Hatch- 
ett. adced council Wm^ to re- 
<yiad die diesapeake nd Poto- 
flMc Telefriione Cxi. to provide sep- 
arate sectiMtt (as to ctty areas) 
for Ms subscriben a^n it pub- 
lidies tts new dBredory. 

Batdiett sdd he ha heard d 
mwy cowyldnts beowse tfie {M-es* 
ed sydam U^ persons alphdid- 
^ai&y wittoitt Mcrence to tiie <^ 
where ma person ttv^ ne said, 
"A tot d stTHigers don't know 48 
is a Virginia Beach nundMr." He 
also add «Hien strangers to die 
area try to kwk up a aiaie tt is 
difi^ to find the (»ie they «wA. 

CoukA voted to have a 

aai 

... Jt^: 

in ds flsi^r. 
aal^ Mdd adi« now wodd 
dlais 4i# pteat ceai|«By «ou|^ 
ttaia to^ jpanan lir ^Mf dMugs 
bdore fta. directory li 

At 0m aasdHi 
prafsialad mMlH IX iUk 




td: mm Is Id- the aeqabltioa 
d itwe acres Vol %mA (at Uttle 
Creek: IMK b lor flw Uhiwy 
at IPeasbrske; UNJM «i :|ir 
Btn^rtodag the carvoiflB C^ed 
Neck Itead: pad IM.IM gees to 
the Pahle IMMles Dapt 
The actual cmaicil meeUng took 
(mly n minutes, so couikU re- 
cused untB its called pdiUc h^r- 
big on two charter chaise prc^ 
sds St 11:00 a.m. CM major ctm- 
cem d the two proposals was an 
■nenknent to rea{^>QrtkHi the Vir- 
ginia Beach Schod Board, aid lay 
(wt a plan for the sdection d tl^ 
board monb^v. 

The (dan adopted by cmmcil 
gives the board a me:|bers— %v- 
« d «^kfa are seieded frtvn each 
d te borou^ and four diosen 
d-lai^. Tlw plan was luanimour 
ly approved by council. 

C. I. SUer, a resided d Pecan 
Gte^dna said he ^^proved d ^ 
iftu, but adud ttie oouadl to m^ 
point a Ne^ so that be mi|pt 
k>dc out Uxt the totorotts of lie 
Nep^ popdatlcm in the c^. 

aOer sdd ^ Negroes to tiK 

B«hA "have woHtod with you 

plo||i^ haaa . . . teve run arovad 

ai««id Bate." m aaid,v"ft^4ii 

(■Mti^ifc a^llHMft.aaLl^MliMi 

^* Hi^er aaW, "GBr 
dNira^doimd^ aft- 
er Aiy." 

m^ Vtank Duadi add t)w 
cow^ wodd soioiKly eoaddnr 
onbr's 'Ki|iiad. 

The iptei •mm oppOMd droogly 
hjr Rdaad Wkitar aad OIob Mg- 
C^p^i lite proposed a pUn d 
tCoBtlnaad On Pi«e Fow) 




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Beach m^ 
Shot Dw^n 

VIRGMA bM8- a tovy 
pitot fron VIrgmia Beach, ^iho 
wtts attachedto the OaiTtor ^Hm- 
prtso, wfts IriiM lad weA fhen 
his ^taM^ka A£t dom bver 
Noriii Vid Nam. 

Bis wil» and twrabMrea l!|e to 
the 9«a hNI d BttMB La#. 




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hat WtibMSilay. 

Mrs. Pnid|i«nn», the formsr Pa- 
trida BracMafw, was Mdbig 
ChriaMaa wBb her parenli d 
PdxfiOd Rivsr. Md., wbeif ihe 
«ns BdBed d Ms diath. Ca^ R. 
H. Bradshaw, her fa^er. wasinwe 
th« mecBoal olSoer d 
Navd Air 



Private Park 
Planted 

WKSINIA BBACH ■> The Vhv 
gjaia B«adi Raeradton Park Ooip. 
wlH seek the Planning Oomqaia- 
skm's approvd {dane for a kafs 
private recraatknd park whoi the 
cminiariea hddi ite pdiHc heu^ 
ing Smmsf ft 

The frm h«i appUed Sm* a use 
pmtit to esUfe&A ttw fodlltyon 
three trads of lind Itag Sd«m 
Road wMdi totd mtm ton iOO 
acres. 

The pbHH tor.h|d> farHttlrs far 



tare gsif 

range. U tantd edMas, 

l^pe meld wlu tt aalts, 34 

d amp0k», eemawrctol bdU- 



tbndtr, skd* 
tog dbk, harae tradt an 
riag aad isewi^e txtatmtmL 
The stte sAready cooKakis 
(Continued On Page FWr) 



Change Is 
Sought 

VIItamiA E®ACH> An orfr 
nance dui^ whidi wodid require 
an af pUcffiit for a ZKiing diai^e 
or use pam% who witfafrawa the 
rojpMd prior to And acf4» b^ Qky 
Council to wait tix modha bdore 
re-sdKnieting the i^teation h.ts 
been prop<^. The matter wiK 
come i^ bflfsre the Plandnf Com- 
misdon Jamnry 12. 

i.\i (Hresent diere k no required 
wdtii^ poiod^ after withdrawal, 
' owever th.-^e is .'• <aie-yea' wait- 
ing p^iod if such an apfilicaliltni 
Is d^ied 1^ ccHincll. 

Tlie witfa^^awal d an ai^}Ucdk<n 
is a kKiphde used afte* the Plao- 
nirg Comminini recoBaneada de- 
rad d the appitoiaaon in order flat 
the appfioairtB wil nd have to wait 
one yaar bdwe re-sufaidMi^ ftdr 



Bridge Rebuilding Planned 
For South Lynnhaven Road 



VMHNIA BBAGH — ReevM E. 
JdBMon, Director d tito Vir|^ 
INbA BiweiMi d Saidy sdd TUea- 
dqr tba d^ b pimdng to rdwiiki 
Cdc's Bridie on Sodh Lyanhavaa 
Road, tiid croasM Londni fridge 
Creek near I^aaa Jtono^ary 

^aoMO sdd the bridge will be 
widened to M toft and wffl hd^ 
stra^hten out tfw da^o-ous curve 
in the road. 

Severd* sources have s^ that 
Sodb Lya^avea Road, frixn tts 
lateirteceQa with tfie Vfai^a 
Beach Tdl Road to ^ brklge will 
be widfeaed to 80 feet, but revenue 
has-nd yd be» aDocated for tl^ 
pro^. TUs atove la suppc^^y 
udnded in tfie dty's pnijected 
higN'ay *nl nwd kn^^emeot 
plm. but I htt not been con- 
firmed. 

It has also been rc|Ksted birt 
not cMifinned, tot a aim K^<ffg 
shoi^faig emiker and bating ride 
is reachh^ find plannii^ stipes 



oe the ead side d Sooth LanMa- 
ven Road, just north d to b^i^ : 
Coadrudkai on to skatiaglik 
win iikdy hegta la ipAr nm ita- 
aiktttioo, there are sdMiral'nj^vii 
of new housfaig devdopnenlp to 
to sipe area. 

JdSBon add South L^naiiiaB 
Road (State 1^1^ «l«>^ wi-ha 
dosed frwi t^H am, udbf, 
Jaa. S to $:« pJB. Wm$V » ^"^ 
M between Hdlnd tiatd (imto 
OET) pp Sakia Oii^ Prieen 
Amm fim». 

^i said rendeots d to ji^ 
1^ to throu^ tiaffie shoa]| dsi 
tour by wa|r d Sttaa Orhre, ^att 
to Reeemt^ Road and to B^and 
Itoad. j 

This aaw hrUp «iq,UBO b§Baa» 
^vcted d irood. London W^ 
Greek is to pinvaifd pt&M o 
ooanecting cmd bdwfon L]|wa' 
van Bay aad Badr ^. Jdlteoa 
said if to (»ttd is {Hit thtM|^ 
tte area a h^ cowirete M|p» 
will be i»^tructo& The cond^ te 
ixaea j»^iaaed for son^ ^ne. 




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rdm Club 



Children Give 



VBKSttA SMS 





fli WttV «irtt 9Kacip«t«d ^ 

• ^Mly iHth the 
A^^ of OvudMi e^rob tod 
If i« Aodnr nd Timm Onir of 

4^ with f^tHy edfti. 

Hw puly MS Bkaii for tV 

nd wQ be dMiwn ob WOK-Tf, 
(AiODd 13, 00 Jaoua^ S i4* jMn. 

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jited toiit}i«r ii«h the midnu 
of WrdoMk Potat iar Uie 1^^^ 
of tMr tTM at the intertectkn of 
CaftUoal ami KQdao- lUwit. 

Snta ijjpeared umj gm out 
cni^ e«wa ^ tl^ icfilfifim, in] 
^ gr«9 |ta#4 wAi led t^ Wd- 
t«r BMmaa. 

Umg tttaMUflg iKDui^t food or 
moB^ dcnurtk^ ai gifts to tiie 
less fortunate needy. 




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ve ,^ <j 
beii ^^eater^Brs. 

r, showed marma^ ^ the 
KlB^i Grant Garden Dub how to 
make Christmas decorathns for 
th^ hnx^. 

A gift exchange, widi pade[|||| 
ba}^*id|e<t ror ori^all^. was 
^AfS^ \y wm^n f\x\ place 
^ aww'.y to Mrs. yi. L. mt. 

Dm meetlog was hdd at St. 
Aiditfs Splao^id Ctwrch with 
ifrs. 0. B. Martin Jr. and Mrs. 
J. A. Ermoi as hortesMS. 




LYNNHAVEN - A 

fcdd" shof^iis 
Pri^^ ;iHHafti« (A 
and mcie ^n MV 
^^^ a MA of food ai flbeir 
^^^ XkM aee "Jack and 
the B«H»tanc" Cumisiiii 1^ Whee- 
ler rams of Wa)Ua^«i. D. C. 

Spooaored If WKVK radio, th^ 
%af^ € » itm ««• to he^ 
aee^ fMnOia hawe C&Mmas (Uo- 
ii«r donated by the ddktareo of Vlr- 
I^Bew^ 

Si^a Oaus ip-eeted ead^ diild 
ud a^»^ w^ over M> (Ml 
of food and a case of R-C Cda in 
behatf of the Salvatks Am^. 




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vmiomui mt^ - uniMai 

d«Mp« cdbipg pbdemoiuJt#- 
ed by Mrs. Be^ Jo Currao, hotae 
economist for VESKX), at the De- 
ecmba* meattog td tiie Alanton 
Garden Ck^ heid at the Rame 
tcoaaaslm DepartaMA of VfiPOO 
ra Wednnday, Decmrilscr IUl 

, Un. Omm mt a ikcorattve 
huKdiem tsU» tidth sanq^ of 
ha- ojoking for att ttie mlnibers 
at the (^ t() ei|$^ and ^show- 
«i ttkbk W liiaiKy #id vioied a^ 
ra^aneobi far oi^tk^ l^itli^ 
ibid (to^MiUlfli kg dttfstiiaas. 



BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eklward 
3outb«rorth announce the t^th ql 
A^ O^ child, a daughter, Iti- 
(^da Lyai, m Dec. 14 in mdotk 
G«eral Hospital. Mrs. Southworth 
is the forma- Miss Sdrll Kabach- 
nidk, dau^ter d Mr. and Mrs. 
Herbert Ksbaehidck of Norfolk. 
Mr. Southworth is the son d Sd- 
wtfd Soatiiwwth of Richmond and 
Mrs. Bemice Hidl of Virginia 



Argute mmm i mta wert 
m^ k^r fefwd of 1i» attmberl 
9( tiM drib Mid idrods mm to 
llfl. U. r, C^tqp, Mrs. U B. Wal- 
ker. W. A. 1^ ifoncii. Un. Hen- 
ry |\ai, and Mrs. B. M. OvrelL 

UmkuP: tAs^ w^a awarded 
I b^ rM^ fi) ^ Hovice Qass. 
Ip Iv^iiiire a^ard went to 

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Mias "Sammy" Large will ar- 
rhre this week lo visit her sister, 
Mrs. L. L Itx^ Jr. d ttie Mtf 
fkmer. "Santtc^" is a juMor it 
Radford O^ege. 



of 6e chiUnn mn Mat- 
viemd over the air t^ the DJs 
ef fVkVK. and a gxd ttane was 
had by one and all - eapedaUy 
SsDta wia, witii tears of ^ tai 
hk e^res. wondo^l at tfie d^ght- 
ful tiMt d ti^ dhUdren's c«ica^ 
tor othi» Um fvtainate than them- 
selws. WKVX mana^. Al Mc- 
aeUan, bdncd with pride as 
SCOTS of (Mdren filed into the 
thiilb bearkig their gtfU of com- 
fort. 

, f^ "C^Msdas Canned Food 
ttMr" was a trii^ph, and it is 
•ipMtel Uiao an amual program 
wJdcA bej^ tUs Chriitmas wBi 
bf 4 eoDtimious tioafls for tiie 
wry yoB* to exiNress their will- 
B.i> aerve tbB heeds of thdr 



THE OIl»»T-«abeH aid Miri 
An Beed, tU*rm of Cei. aod 
Un. m. 0. Reei, arrive at tte 
Cavalier's CkrIilBias Party %lft 
Ihih giendiiiiithrr Mn ritiairr 
Hay. 





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■rtffi YOUNGEST-ltay Cwdyn 
Leweatiial, with her mo^r, 
Mrs. H. Joseph Lowenthal. Jr., 
enjoyed (he bright lights on the 
bw at Ika Cavalier. 



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POtlGL/V ARNOI^ kAfo«i»l 

Oirlgtmas is many thii^s to 
Riany people, but to the Virginia 
B^ch debutantes ami tittir es- 
corts, to torir mothra-s, fathers 
and other lamOy mariners, aod 
to their ww-deixAii^ friends, it is 
a whirlwind of bresikfasts, brunch- 
es, lunches, hinchrans, orffea, 
teas, dinnen, dinner dances, mid- 
ni^t sniufks ^id (n.tA)ar baiW 
cue3 ad i^Bttum. In aa^ior wedt 
-all too Mi»-ttiey will tmtn to 
the r^pOPiMltiM d their variiMs 
coD^N — aihnisted bitf \mm> 
having ecperitnced a p«rM of 
their livM which will i^va- r^«u 
The cakadar d ent«taiamart is 
repkte with excitemoit. 

Last &Ain-day I^. msI Ib^ 
(^■ria J. I^Hh Ji-., Ite. «d 
1^ PaNki C Divine ttod ite. 
ml Mfil. iNilMe '• P^iiHie |im 
a Barbecue at Hw Hurt Cftd> 
Point, Hunter's TraU, fir Miss 
Kay Ltaida iMtidfe. 

0& Sunday ^s KaOttlae Ps^ 
tiAse 9fm was entertaiMd lA u 
Oyster Riuot ^ven by her ptf-- 
eits Rfr. and Rfts. Lee Ohnrftrd 
9yer at lUdge Iim I^Md, Great 
Neck Point. 

(te T^iesday, W. ami Un. WA> 
IbnB Petty Dkksea Jr. and Jmift 
mtt Un. J. IHivIs Reed Jr. en^- 
tained at a dance in Colcnial Wil- 
liamsburg for their daught«-s. Miss 
Caroline Tate IMdoM and 
Ponh-oke Wdler Reed. 

Honoring Mm Aaa Dwey 1^ 
and Miss ratherine Bond Martin. 
Mr. and Mrs. G. Powd Davte and 
Mr. and Mra. Willlaai W. Vail 
gave an "At Home" at South Bay- 
shore Drive last Wednesday. 

Also last Wednesday I^s Ana 
Dorsey Day and Carol Barrett 
White were honored by a dance at 
The Cavalier given by their par 
ents, Mr. aad Mrs. Nere Day Jr. 
and Sfr. and Mrs. Itoms. J. 
White. " " * 

On Christmas Eve Dr. and Mrs. 
Joha C. Crawford and Mr. wd 
Mrv. Henry Blotuit Hunter Jr. ^- 
tertained at the Dansant at ti^ 
Norfolk Yacht and Country Club, 



Imnri^ ^Mt daughters, the MIm- 
11 miiiyBlnnnt Ovwiwi and 
Ciaiet Byri Hnter. 

(ta M<»d«Qr wedi^ Tlw Rwrel* 
^%' Coromrttei Ball, honoring all 
d^utantn took ^mx at Tlie N(^ 
fok Yacht aad Q>untry dub. 

On "^taipdi^ tlM iBth Mta-. and 
Mr*, diaries Mothi fr. and Mr. 
aad Mrs. Rtchard Bnckaer SpMle 
m gave a daiM% lot th^ daugh- 
tvs the U^mm OtfMM Byrd 
Martfa and ftsy LNt 0iMt at 
Tbt HorfoDi Yaett and CSwntry 

m.mUm*. A. GetdoB 

wffl holt a ^ur^ for 
their ntece Miw ffftilieft Oardt 
Mr Mb. from ^ to d^. at The 
Pri|»w» Anne Country dub. Mba 
lUMMsw F«Mie iycr and Mies 
Caibctee Tale McftasD will share 
Qm hnon «^ Mss Ms. 

M 8:30 to llie Vir^ma Colwfal 
Room of The CwtiBet Botd, Mh 
■a^ett 6M«isr Ms wiO be 
^^ a c«BMi^ dta^r and 
dpnce by h« pi^dM Ut. and 
M^ leka WMtan Ml a 

Tomorrow Mr. m^ Rfrs- toy D. 
Jr. aM llr. aiii Mrs. 
B. flie«t Jr. wQI mA«- 
tA at 1 pjm. at aa Oy*^ Roast 
in Cedar PdM Chd>, N«»emond 
OMity. hasa^ Ittsaee ffttahrt li 
MiHift Ciaw lapd. C i r rih ie Tate 
DMmb nd Ibqr 



M. 

Dmwef i^, Cwsl Barrett WHle 
and Carl« ^rrd 



Ih BaHaad wiD entertain M • 




W. BMilv, m ladiaB 
^^^ iwta a Ant plwe goM 

Mri ML J. Roiger of UN Wotfd- 
fagfajt ^t^ woo first j^Kse at 
her dMiNr«y. 

tf tw iMtm wimers w«:e Mrs. 
R. S. £^. iCrt. A. ^. MaOgom- 
eq^ Hn, Ducfv. Mr*, f. f. 
ft^, ^r.,.and tin. t. G. Kell^. 

' Hrt. A. E. Zeijik, Mra. E. W. 
Raartteid. lib. 1r. C Best. Mrs. R. 
d GfciOQ aad Mrs. W. G. VIers 
^tt iwai^ f«d ribbons. 



THE STAFF— jwepared the par<y 
for Oe members' diildrni. 





CMriLUJllNJIB 

iMin cafled 'teaming." WO're 
^ ana daelaring fR a« fUE 
im%%iiJle«fodttitttoyoa. 



_- ux:ation 

iEACB PlHae«»SlM 




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MsMifAN Gi^ ^dcWry 




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^ ^^ ^Mm tot a 

kile «M tei^JS^ lfta«i iie^ 

s^<lu^ i^^^^*^b^|i» Id (Mr 
cmton^^^il^ ^st |0e4 ^^ 

Mcintosh Studios 

» W. Slat. S^eet, NorfeDt. Va. 
24 Pitec^ J^ ftasa 



Lynnell In 
Rose Parade 

PASADBNA, Calif. - Lynnell 
Raye Bass^jidmer of the "Miss 
TeeivA|6!C title at Pal- 
isades ^nusement Pprk, N. J., 
will be feattdred in the world fa- 
mous Toumanent of Roses Pa- 
rade on New Year's Day. 

As the reigning "Miss Ameri- 
can Teen-Ag^r," Lynnell wiU ride 
fte Bakers and Coirfectimiers Lo- 
cal No. 400 float, designed and 
built by the Valley Decoratii^ 
Comjai^ of Pasai ena kt fee p s e 
rade. 

•flie presentation of "Miss Amer- 
ican Teen-Ager" in the famed 
Tournament of Roses Parade will 
climax a two wedc dream trip 
to Hollywood, afforded the wfainer. 
During her two week stay in Hol- 
lywood, Lyraiell will ai^ear in 
countless TV shows including NBC- 
TV's "Dr. Kildare," ABC-TV's 
"Never Too Young," RKO Gener- 
al's "9th Street West-Let's Go 
Go" TV show, abo on the MCA- 
TV 'tioyd l*axton" Show and 
ABCTVs "Dating Game," and 
many bUierl. 



PERSOSfAt 

Edwin Clay Kellam Jr., prelaw 
student at William and Mary^ has 
arrived h^ne inx the holidays and 
is landing a great deal of time 
escorting Miss CarliiK R'» d %gea- 
cer, deiwtante, through her round 
of social activtties. "Ed" mack old 
and young happy I^ summer as 
a hard working life guard at the 
Americana swmuning pool. His 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clay 
Kellam, will entertain on Decem- 
ber 28 at 7:30 p.m. in honcnr d 
Miss Pmibroke Waller Reed and 
Miss ^>fflcer. 



in Itae uMi oar itataiMBl ttuA 
Christmas meau maqy thMii to 
many people, we arte witii falter- 
ed the debutante party that wm 
givai in Dallas, Texts, d^lng thb 
aeaa^ by Tod^ IM Wfm» for 
Ute niece. V^uie Chilton. This 
aspiring gei^etaan, when he sent 
m young debirti^ McialilM and 
(»e tenk-ed aduia 1^ eliaj^nmea 
fay Jet to New (Mlaiis fdr i tour 
of Sourbw Str^ ni^ ^wts, ma 
ratawd otA. We&. (hirtaig ettr deb- 
utaate aeeaoa. Mr. aad Mrs. WH- 
■an Petty DIeksaB Jr. nd Mdge 
ad MM. J. ItavlB Bead, Jr.. were 
hosts to tiiefa- Va. Beach debutante 
daughters, Canllae Tale Dfaksaa 
and-Pei*rske Waler Heed, at a 
dance aad breakbM in hiitoricad 
Oobnial WilUtfrnburg. R ended 
with seaeonal carol^ 

Tlie Texas deb party was dis- 
^ipcdntii^ in New Orleans, while 
bakny weather made the WilUams- 
btirg i^eieBltatkm of the hoMrees 
a resounding success for the over 
aOO peo|^ wIk) attfflded. 

MeaiMdule, we oijoyed our oy- 
rter saodwk^ at Pioigo. 




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Among those altten<&% the an- 
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F. Files of Virginia Beach. 

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Truman darence, I^utno" 3r. 
of 412 Caren Ihive, received his 
MS at commencement exercises of 
Florida State University in Talla- 
hassee recently. 



imcm — : 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cahoon Jr. 
announce the birth of their second 
and third children, a son and a 
daughter, Kevin Anson and Karen 
Ann, on Dec. 13 in De Paul- Hospi- 
tal. Mrs. Cahoon is the former 
Miss Patricia Lockhart, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Lock- 
hart of Norfolk. Ml-. Cahoon is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ca- 
hoon of Virginia Beach. 




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Vrnglntai b«^ mm, lAiurs<lty, DKMhbwr m, \^ 



Looia Ulw a voy flattering 
%iiiig aintd! Accoi^ to the 
mm York Couture Gnup'i KMit 
CMVftil ifae hair wffl be woni 
^ aod^Mdc or &apgeA ta the 
MWMI i^b; k^ eaiTb^, game 
rmdUm the iriimiUen. win be 
•MB on kmml vmbign d^hne 
ridrti «Q] fab Ae thorteat in f a^ 
Ian matt. new4ooldng mid^atf 
iliQit #a»r i it<MHi wtth a new 
feiBa|; . "drfen," aertbrough 
bktiafst fefiMBiqi gow»: "ca- 
fH" thlt fl9pt ovtr sUmmeiHkpwn 
■IBioiMt^ of aupt and wiAing- 
aee^hroti# ch^ coata that 
tft^iA prM dk ttreaes. Sounds 
•like a n«Ui|^ Roiaissanee d 
the mad-^ uao'sl 

GOAts And sum \ 

Again, this ^ag. there'U be 
maqr belted coirts nd eone half- 
belts wnqj^ing to ttie frmit. ^un- 
Dii% casimare coats belted hi^ 
with leither saahes that front-tie 
witfi tands dai^Ung b^uiUngly. 
If you tove an ^ay-arm feeli^ in 
you* coat, jrottH love the newest 
Ug ambok coats that have that 
"eaiy-overeveryAing" look aiid 
tfien tapv to a narrowed hem. 
Wk oik wi(fe lapeb. a>ats ask 
tot neck fillHns and so the hi^- 
aedUd dampanioai dressy will be 
good. Thtn ywi'U see the skinny 
coats idyevii^ tlie narrow kwk 
bjf the {tared down, s^-in sleeve. 
Perba|)l you'll pr^er the "swing- 
«" cwt, tt» one cut narrow 
tiiraugh the dioulders, then flared 
Into drcdtf ftillness at the hem. 
Brieve it at not, unlined coats are 
"nreally big" news! Naturally, 
ttMse rtqakt eiDqpiisite finishing 
Wfakh patB limn in the upper 
price bradut. And, unlined suits 



«re evm newer. Previewing the 
Spring wits, we not diat h^iboiw 
Jackets sport U|^t:iA srmitaSm 
that diape tiN; Jadi^ t^Me to the 
body Aove fte waM. Hiere Is a 
wkkr look in the (kHMe4}reffiied 
MUte wiUi many farndde t^jenings 
and asyimMftrical cUma^ As fix- 
the tunic tofM th^ go m bw as 
the 9/W length! You'll ffaid the 
tweedy or »xr(acy fafarici o^ 
paired w^ tw^^irtated Uouist. 

GSSAT TAILOR 

Bm ZadwoMB. An^rica's firn 
fashion tailcn-, coats and suits, re- 
cmitly presented his l^ing 0>1- 
lectim in New York and his skirts 
are the sane le^ as lai^ sea- 
mm — short but ladyUlK — and 




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be favored lots of pteta tx 
Spri^: box. acxontton and nm- 
^dla. Hb ault Jad»ts m m^ 
rinrt. tiw h|p4»ne l^i^ ud 
often worn op^n. He favon a itan- 
(de. deevideis dms wVk no real 
waii^Une Iwt a low belt nu 
tteiM^ d(A-U» aeum. An tato^ 
eitk^ note aboiA the Im i ke iii MM i 
mOa (darigned by Bany SdMctar) 
Is that ttegr don't look sutt-y at 
aa wtth thdr short sloeves and 
made d 1^ ttixUs. They ^ou!d 
appeal to the Wdl-Ikvsed Woman 
of tiw Vlr|^ Bea^ ai^. He 
reoanmendi wmtI^ blatA uiMler 
a bri^ etdored j^et and scane 
of Us ootloB sutti are to his favor- 
ite mIofs: canary yeOow, moss 
ptm, pde Uie, pale pink and a 
hot HMpb^ry. / • 

PASnON POLKS 

TIm tidaited young Coty Award- 
winnii^ di^gaerWU SeaMk on Mon- 
day la^ dwwed his coUectira at 
Lord & Taylor in Manhattan and 
muprised the Fashiom^l^ who at- 
tfflded with a New Look in d.-ess- 
es. It's his elegant, kmg-leeved, bi- 
cdored cr^w snnodts, which is 
one of his fav(»ite traids. Iliey're 
^unnng smocks to Uie hem line 
with be^ ftill, cuffed sleevn arid 
bettlen with the beeves one color 
Kod ^ tmxk UM^ier or Uie neck- 
dickie and cuifs a brilliutt color 
and the smodc in pastel diades. 
Very new! . . . Ckarte CAi^^'s 
brautiful, talei^ed dwghto- Gerai- 
dlne is receiving many favorable 
press notes as a fa^icm intapre- 
to*. Wlwn she arrived in New York 
on Deoanber 7, she waa wearing 
a blMk and white houndstooth 
check pantsuit and a "Knack" 
(sort of "01iv«--like" ca^) with a 
white turtle mA sweater and 
\iiMte vinyl boc^. Looked like a 
Parisian gammin. She's very beau- 
tiful and in repose kxdcs Uke 1^- 
niothor Ooaui O'Ndll Chi^/Ua and 
«^«i she takes <m a l»oad smile 
and her ^es li^t up she is the 
fitting iniage of her fammis Dad, 
Chttles Ck^lto! ... Ilie late 
beioved Madame Heleaa Robfa- 
steiB, cosmetk: queen and art c(m- 
noisseur, will be sadly ronem- 
b«-ed w^en on April SO. in a se- 
ries of sales at New York's Paike- 
Bemet Galteries, mm! throu|^ the 
first week in May, her ntensive 
and varied art coUectkai will be 
dtered for sale. "Hie Fashira Press 
girls have many ftxid m«fRr%s 
of her swanl^ Press partis in hw 
Park Avraue peitfhouse and roof 
every July when slw entertained 
us so elt^ratdy and aiwwed her 
newest cosmetk: itenu. At the tinae 
d her deatii, Mbm. ftetastefai 
owned a house in Greeowkfa and 
maiirtained apartma^ on the 
Quai de Bethune in Paris, Knights- 
bridp in Lmdon and hn* Pait 
Avenue two^Ekkv hu^ apfutment 
and nx^ gardoL In the c^lection 
of furniture, of bnpr^aknystic and 
mod«ii paiirtii^, her rare blue, 
ttuk and topaz ^ass and decwa- 



tk^ wiU bring buyen trtm Eu- 
rope Md as vrall as America for 
tl^ nie. Your AHshee spent a 
irfiola iUice-In-Wonderland d.iy 
1^ Maiaae in ho* Paris home in 
US. You esM Mnd m miUm 
d toot Maa tf bar ^kukku «it- 
door saHlmk on roof (^ dw fmt- 
house fkdr, aad aee every imptH-- 
taitt funora apot Id INurtat 

BATHihm sun imssffis 

llMy're Uie mem^ and ttie xa- 
nim and stricUy lor ttie Yoimgor 
Set. (Heavy-sel cbwifen {^ase 
join y<«ur Attsbee and skip this 
pari^aiA.M^e kioks of the tank 
top, the bikini back, criss crras 
^aps. koped-tied and gmotd 
bwa)e«s — all uaially tied in 
with bathing siits — will te teen 
in some d the luring and aan- 
nm'i most strikli^ dresses. Whe 
the" it's/ta knit, the sliAy MiMroe- 
style OMM, ^tter or Jewels, the 
bathing sulijfa'en is bound to be 
popular and ^ed and talked about. 
It sure ^ves the figure fdl play 
and is cianpletely different from 
the sack, the E^ire dress and. 
believe me. it's not a co(qr get- 
up! "flwy get right down to the 
barest ess^tials and nothing- 
backs, bikbti-like, with possibly 
the only thii^ on the whole ba<^ 
(to tfie waist^) is a tie or criss 
cross strap! Tliese bare taric-tq) 
bathkig sutt dresses are really 
something for day w ewntag 
wear. But, as we 'martkHied. 
they're ONLY for tlw slinnmest 
and yminge^ figures! 

NEXT WEEK ; 

Be sure to Join la next Hwrs- 
day whoi we shall begin to repcMi 
the latest spring fa^ons, direct 
btxn the New Y<nk FaAion Press 
rooms at the Debnonico Hotel for 
the Amalcan Designer Smra and 
later, the following wedc, at the 
H<^1 A^r for 43ie Forty-Sixth 
N^ional Fashkxi Press W^ of 
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IBS GENH^Y taSoFed coatome 
far Spstas^i a gaU. bhw and 
nsaa O^ ami esMoB tadile- 
breMtedcaat wMi matehlag goU 
Ihiea ddnMBer hai A doaen self • 
bUfOBH foDew the fitted priacesa 
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wed6ings 



, |Mc(^X.DAVES , 

MMjOCR, N.C. ~ The nuariage 
of Mia SiaMi iSttiiMth Havm and 
Wattaitt (Moer Camltdate Sonuel 
EkJhfvard McQie DI, U.S.A., took 
{4ace Dec. SO at 6:30 p.m. in Mo- 
yock Baf^^ Church. Tlie caroTM)- 
ny was performwi by the Rev. 
Geoi^ W. Lewb, pastn- of the 
churd). 

the bride is the dau^r d Mr. 
and Mrs. Roy Fay Daves of Vir- 
^nia Beach. The bridegroom is 
Uie son df Mr. and Mrs. S«nud 
Wdmarii McOee Jr. of Virginia 
Beach. 

Miss Jacqueline Weeks of Nor- 
foUc, Va., was the bridegnaid of 
boom- and (»ly s^t^ant. 

Samuel MartiMtte of Virginia 
Beach was b^ man. 

Afto- a wedding trip to Wa^^ng- 
tm, D.C., the coiqde will live in 
Ft. Wolten, Tex., where the bride- 
groom is ^atk»^ for du^. 



cnom-Ainw 

vmcsNOA niACH-itai iifflt 

Grace Adnw ud U. 1%anH Jr 
se|di CM^. l^N, were latfriad 
Dec. a at 1 p.m. bi ttic Chapil of 
the (k»d Sbaitmri, Naval Air Stm- 
tion, Oc^na. Qsair. H. E. HMd- 
r«i, ChSfdidns Cwpa, USN, p^ 
fonned the cnvneqr. 

tlie bride is the dauber of Mr. 
and Mrs. Paul Orsnda Aduw of 
Wilson, N.C. ths brld^room is the 
son of Mrs. J(An Chide- of Yos- 
kers, NY. and the late Mr. OUder. 

The t»ide was g^m in maniaie 
by her fisher. Mrs.'OiarlM E. 
Fishel was matron d bmor Md 
only i^t«)dant. 

John tiKMTias Chider of New 
York was best man for his brother. 
GroQiranie} were Jomii^ John Qil- 
der and Paul Conky of New Y<»k. 

A rec^i(Ri was held in the Om- 
mission^ Officers' Club. The cott- 
pie will live in California. 



MHSitEYf^OLDS. 




REYNOUJS-BRADY 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Capt. 
George R(4>ert Reynolds, Dental 
Cor{», VSN, and Mrs. Reyndds d 
Princess Annfe Hills, announce the 
e^agement d their dffiighte-, 
Miss Deborah R^^e ReynoMi, to 
W^iam Joseph Brady. 

ilr. Brwly is the s6n (rf Mrs. 
WiOlMn JosefA Brady of Peeaco- 
la, Fla., and the late Mr. Brady. 

Miss R^nokb, a graduate of 
Virginia Beach Hi^ Sdwol, at- 
toided tile University d North 
Carolina at Greeisboro and is 
(HHi^Ietir^ work towards a bache- 
tor of arts (fegree at OU Domhiioo 
CoU^. 

mifusrmAkVGBLDt 

CASmmMJO, S.C. - Mr. andl 
Mrs. J. A. MecUey announce the 
engagemeitf of tMr daii^hter. 
Miss Shirley Ndl Medley of Vh^ 
ginia Beadi. Va.^ |b Joha ftoice 
McLaui^ilin. 

Ifr. McLau^lin is the son t^ 
Mr. and Mrs. J. G«-akl McLau^- 
Un d Milwaukee, Wis. 

the wedding will take place in 
the 9prii^ fa ttie Star (rf the Sea 
CathoUc Church, Virf^a Beach. 

Mia Medley gradilBted ki nw 
from diapman K^ School, Ib- 
man, S.C, and in 1962 from Whi- 
throp College, Rock WH, S.C. She 
is a membe- of the faculty of 
Princes Anne Hi^ School, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Mr. Mdlaughlin grackiated in 
19SS from Whitefish Bay High 
School, Whitefiidi Bay, Wis., and 
in 1959 from the University d 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., where 
he was presklent of Sigma A^a 
Bf^ibn, 19S»^. Mr. Md^ui^in 
served three years as a Ueuteiant 
in the Aimy in Gmnsny. 



Mr. Brady is a graduate d Au- 
burn Unive^ty wlwre he received 
a bachelor d scioice degree in 
chenical efi^ee*ing. He is now 
earolled as a candidate for the 
masters degree in the Herman C. 
Kronme^ Graduate School of In- 
dustrial AdmiiU^atkm at Purdue 
University, U^ette. Ind. Mr. 
Brady is a member d Sgnu Al- 
pha E^taikm frirtttnity, l%i Lamb- 
da Upsilan hoowary frirtemity, 
American Institute of Chemical En- 
gineeri uxl is a Ueuteiaik in ttie 
U.S. Naval Rnerve. 

An Aupist weddii^ is plsimed. 

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flOHKEXTUtNEK ; 

SUPPOUC - Mr. and Mrs. ^ 
[Edward Howell unouace the oi- 
jgi^enieit of th^ dmqjhter. Miss 
jji^ce Arnie Ho«^ of WgbUa 
iBeadi to Heribett Waym Turi^ 
of Norfolk. 

Mr. Tomer te tfie soo of Mr. and 
Mrs. C3urks H^tot Turner d 
Chester. 

Miss How^, a graduate d S.<i- 
folk High School, received her 8.A. 
d^rea to doolMntary educa^iOQ 
from m^lflaiga whera^'she was 
a memNr « Vw Zeta Phi social 
sMwity. She is a memlw of the 
facdty of Louise Lmfnxl Semen- 
tary Sdiool to ^i^ifaUa Beadi. 

Mr. Turner pmJuatad fnmi Hoi- 
Imd K^ Sdioei and r«»ived his 
d^ree in iHisinesa admlnbtratim 
from ESoD College whe« ha was a 
mensfcer of Iota Tiau Kappa social 
fraternity. 



ANTON , 

ROCKVILLE. Md -Miss Vhriei 
Kunfi Canton and Frank Robert- 
scm Bladtf(vd Jr. of l^lver ^ii^ 
we-e married Sunday at 4 p.m. in 
Rockville Unitarian Cha-tA. the 
Rev. David H. Cole officiated. 

The t»ide is the dai^^ of Mr. 
and Mrs. Heiiert Anckar Stantm. 
tlie brut^room to the s(hi of M**- 
and Mrs. Fraiy^ Eobelsmi Bkek- 
fbrd of Virgiiiia Beach. Va. 

Aflnr a recqitimi bi the diun^ 
socU haO, the cmjple ^t m a 
wed(^ tr^. tliey wiU live on 
MiUfood Road in Silver SphB%. 



ENGAGEMENTS 

jFOR0IAND-WHITE 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Mr. and 
Mrs. nomari Ra^nmd Fordind 
annmuice the engagemeit of tfier 
daughter, Miss Maria Ann F(tfe- 
hand, to David Ray White. 



Mr. White U the son of Mr. 
Mrs. Junes Bruce F^nthii^. 



aad 



the weddii^ wOl take pbrn in 
June in Armatrtmg Mcm(»itf Pra- 
t^t^ian Church. 

Mitt FcK^wnd gradu^ Iram 
Princes Aniw Hi^ Sdiool. 

Mr. M^iite attended KeOam Ifl^ 
School. 



^iHmtCItUTCHFlELD , - 

^YmGB^ BEACH - CIH^. and 
Mrs. Mbei R. CrutcMkId of 
Newport, R.I.. anfaounce tiie mar- 
tial of theh- dau^iter, Min Win- 
da Daride CrutcMeM. to Stuart 
Ftotchi^ T^ke. 

Mr. Wl^ is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. H. Stuart White of Virgiaia 
Beadi. 

the cw^nmy took place Sun- 
di^ bi GdUtee i^piscopia Omd&. 



BIRTH 



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d Vta^aia BeMfa aanoiaice the 

MHh of tfaeir first chad, a son. 
CMIer Anrks. on Dec. IS, to Ge»- 
ersl Hoapital of Virgtaria Beach. 
Ifin. TOktt is ttie temer 
Miitha Cameron Rann, 
of Mr. ml Mm. Edward R R«dii 
of Virgiaia «MGh. Mr. tinelt ia te 
am of Mr. and Mrs. Coulter tft- 
left, dao of Virginia Beaeh. 



UIWK-HARXSEN 



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VmoeilA BEACH-Mrs. 
trude James announces the 
ment of her daagjaibef, Miu Dawn 
P^gy Lewis, to Bonnia M. Hark- 
sen. 

Mr. Harksef is the sm of Mr. 
and Mrs. Roy M. Harksen. 

Miss Lewis, also the daught^ of 
the late Charles G. Lewis, gr;^ 
uated from Princess Anm High 
School in 1963. 

Mr. Harksen is also a 1963 grad- 
uate of Princess Anne High ScImxiL 

The wedding will take place Feb. 
13 in Bayside Presbyterian Church. 



miMMMlialiSayiiiaiiai 



II to 
OH 



FERRELL 

UNOIBIM &TILE CO. 
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APPLE4}ARR0W 

VHRGBOiA raiACH*- Mr. and 
Mrs. Vance W. Apple announce 
the engagement d thdr daughter, 
Bfiss Mary Jane Ai^le, to Jdm 
T. Garrow HI. 

Mr. Garrow is the s(m of Cmdr. 
3dm T. Garrow n, USN (ret.) and 
Mrs. Garrow. 

Miss Apple is a 1963 gratkiaib d 
Princess Amie Ifi^ Sdxxd md is 
a fardoe at Madison Cdlege. 

Mr. Garrow gradus^ in 1962 
from Princess Anne Hi^ St^l. 

the wedding wiU tdce place in 
the sumner of 1967. 



IBALLARDHKVEtiJStT 

OMAHA, Neb. - Qipt %qto.i 
Hampton BaBard, USN. and Mrs. 
Ballard, foimerly of Vbr^nia 
Beadi, Va., anntBwe the engage- 
matit of tbdr dau^iter. Wa Doris 
Jfl« Ballard of Vb^inia Beach to 
Umtaaoa WUto Ev«^ 

Ifr. Bvwett la to acn d Mr. 
and Ifrt. WOliam CUntan Ev«rett 
ahVkffaila Beach. 

VBaa Baiard graAu^ btim 
PrbKan Aane lOgh School and 
with hooori from Uie Univerrity 
of Piraq^ffiiia iHiere Ae was a 
nMralMr of Sigma Phi Alfdia, na- 
timal de^ hygiene hinor soctety. 

Mr. Everett la a gra&iMe of Vi^ 
ginia Beach Ifi^ School and Uie 
University of Virghiia where he 
was a membtf of Ka{^ Alpha 
social fraternity. 

The weddo^ will iAa fdace June 
S to the I^^ Adams meaiand 
Cbapd, Naval Statkn, Norfolk. Va 




CARTER<X>X 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Mrs} Iris 
V. Carter announces the er^age- 
dau^to". Miss IJnda 
Irk Cafter, to Bennte themas Cox. 
is the scm of Mr. and 
Mrs. Rali^ Cox d DanvlQe. 

Ifitt Carter, also the dau^iter 
of the late Roiiert Byron OBorter 
Jr., is a UMS gradiwte of Prtocess 
Anne H^ Sdiool. 

Mr, Cox grachiatod bmt Whit- 
mell Ifigh Sdwol, Damm, anA at- 
tended Smitbdeal Ittaaey Busia<48 
Sdiool and DanvQIe Tecbitoal Txk- 
Btitute. 

tlie wedding will tsfce {dace 
jEtme tt to tlaHa tVinXy Fire^* 
IteriiBdaBck. 



VELLINES<»UCH 

VIRGMA M:ACH - Mr. and 
lifrs. lUdiard J. Vdlines have an- 
noiaK»d tiw engagemeit d ther 
dauj^ter, Miss Rose Marie Vd- 
Mnes. to Otis Dale Coudi. 

Sir. Cmich is the sen of Mr. «id 
Mrs. Otis N. Couch. 

the weddii^ will take (dace Jan. 
29 to ». Pius X Catholic Churdi. 

Mka Vellines was graduated with 
honors to 1962 from Norfoflc Catho- 
Ik Hi^ &!bod and k a senkff at 
(M Domtokm Od^. 9» is a 
member d Al{to XI D^ aodal 
soror^ and has beei selected for 
menriiership to "Who's ^I9ia 
Among Stuiknts to Americtti Ui^ 
iw^ties and Cdteges." 

Mr. Coudi was gradnated frain 
Prin»tt Anne W^ Scteol. ttien 
served four yttrs fa the U. S. Ahr 
Forca. Be is attendtog dd Don^ 
km OoOifie. 



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the best in Antiques. 

Best Wishes For A Peaceful New Year 

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"TIm .shop wMi the attractive wbidows^ 
Full of Antiquet Difficult to flml 

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iDITOMAUy SPIAKING 



A Happy And Prosperous Hew^^ 

"Be at war with your Vices, ^ sing of sud» fa«J^ nrwn as Wtaston 

-* <. ...j*u w«..r M«i«hb<yr^><^urchill,;^^ Albert Schweitzer artd 

^-"""^ Ad^ -SfSvenson. Their deaths have 



and let every New Year 
find you a better man." 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 

As we ring out the old year and ring 
In the new year of 1966, the above 
words may not be a magic formula for 
happiness and success, but they do of- 
fer to all of us^reat food for thought 
jftrwl action. If all of us would resolve at 
fh\i moment to abide by those words, 
perhaps the world would be a better 
place in which to live. Perhaps the uiti- ^ ^^ ^„, , ,„„„ , 
matelstew Year's resolution would be jg^jt sides of the ledger. We can see 
to follow th^ simple words of Benjamin ^he good and bad of 1 965, but what of 
Frankliri. 1966? n. 

Tu^ lOAc k.. ^n* kAAn a had Economists tell US that the^imate for 

";"V^ 7. , . , .„ i^^i . r . poverty, hternationally, the picture is 

y,ow year. Mankind can look back at P .^ ^y^^ ^^^ ^^.„ ^^^ ^^^^,^^^ ^„ ^^ 

can do is enter 1966 with the fervent 
prayer that things will be better. 
Would not it be a wowderful world 




created a void that can never be filled. 

In Virginia Beach, we have seen con- 
tinued progress and growth of a fledg- 
ling city striving for maturity. Construc- 
tion has remained at a high peak. New 
roads were started, and others are soon 
due to begin. All has not been perfect, 
however. We have seen deaths on our 
highways, growing pain problems of a 
young city, and the passing erf r^y 
prominent citizens. 

So we can look at both tfte credit and 



\90 |nd find many accomplishments. 
To «mH\ri« but a few, we have seen 
grMt progress in the exploration of 



^^. K--W-- •■• — --f • -• v\/ou d not it be a wowdertui world 

space. Th«j|bjf^n a space walM .^ ^^^^^^^ individually and cpllective- 

two-week ^#^m^uter space, and two J ' ,^^^ j;^,^ ^^ ^^ ^^^ 

spaceships flev.mforniat,on as close a ^ ^ ^^ ^.^^ ^.^ 

SIX mehes apart We h«^,^ great ^^.^^^^, ,, / ^j^ j^ ^Svice in theory, 

progre^in understan^ng. The now but quite difficult in practice. But Mr. 

oonduded Ecumenical CcHjncil ,n Rome J^,.^ ^^^ absolutely right. If that 

has helped to brmg tf»t Nifl.on? of the ^^.^^ ^^,j ^e followed b/ all every 

world closer togettifr in a cpmmon ' • 



bond of spiritual ynd^tan<^f^. We 
have seen a continuatiori of ^p tensicm 
of an uneasy pf ace all qf^/^ the i(^or\d, 
but, at least, the situation iji;no more 
grave. We have still maintained that un- 



new year would and could find all of us 

better men. 

In all humanity, we offer this for 

what it's wxjrth. In the midst of the 

New Year's Eve galty and partying, 
Si^^P^e." W;'have"'se;;""p7og'r;ss^at ^^ink about the words of Mr Franklin 
thelln^ Nations, as It moved toward f"^ resolve to follow them as di. gent- 
solving many of its own Internal prob- 'V as Possrt?le. Of course, m addition 
|g^5 w y r gQ ^jgl^^ ahead and make the rest ot 

your resolutions — those you intend to 
It is indeed unfortunate that 1 965 keep and those you don't — but resolve 
will be r§merpt|ered for sorrowful and to do your part in 1966 to make this a 



tragic pccurreftc^ as well. We have 
s^m the Intensification of the war in 
Southeast Asia. We have seen American 
lighting men die for peace in far away 
places. We have seen domestic and in- 
ternational problems in Latilft America, 
although so far. the status quo has been 
maintained. During 1 965 the world has 
been toudi^ with grief with the pas- 



better world. Who knows? It could be 
contagious. 

We feel that 1 966 holds great things. 
We look forword to the start of the new 
year with renewed vigor and excite- 
ment, as we resolve to do our part. 

To our readers and supporters, we 
wish a happy and most prosperous new 
year. 



New Exams 
Announced 

rt. piras,' v». - iif civiuan 

Pwsonnd Ofllw at Ft, Bki^ Sai 
annoum^ a new examinatim 
{roil tiM Ot^ Sei^rk^ CaliviWon 
d InterMt to penms who want 
tempwary saaaaet mefkrymtiA in 
1986 from May through September. 

Uwier the provislwis of tf» new 
exanlnation, stxxlents and otfier 
^aniMr enq^y^es will no knger 
be sdKtal frran the "Clert-typ- 
Ist" and the "derk-SteDogra|*er" 
region. Inetead, Tiuy ^ be 
pointed frOTi the "Office and 
Scirace AsslstaiU AniKXUKsnient 
No. 380." 

Area sbidents haim on holkiay 
kave ahouM make apfriicaftMn 
bdore returning to their sdiools, 
because the deadline tor filii^ 
under tiw new exambiation is Jan. 
3, U06. 

Ai^atioia are available fai k>- 
cal post offices. Tbe apfrilciAkm, 
Form SOO&^AS, Aould be mailed 
to the Ovil Savice Comminton. 
Washington, D. C. MUb 

Hie Ft. Eu^ls Oviliitti Peraon- 
nel Office poioted ddt that the 
new Qcaminatloo aCaeCs nidi sum- 
mer posttirais u dat. stenc^a- 
phor, typist, <^« n^diine opera- 
tor, ibident as^rtant and engineer- 
iag, physkal sdence. biological 
and iQatfaematical akfa. Some po- 
sitions that are o^ affected by 
fte new examina^u, tl^ said, 
faiclude the so-clled blue collar 
^jabs, ]al» in post <^ices, certain 
positions in Uie National Park Ser- 
vice and s{>ecialized positions in 
grades ^ve the C^ level. 



^^urgB by ftt p0Qplt fA» Urn 




Pleiip Don't Qp pMl With the Old 



The number of traffic deaths on the 
nation's highways over the three-day 
Christmas holiday is absolutely stagger- 
ing. Over seven hundred lives lost 
needlessly and violently during this 
joyous season lead us to wonder jus* 
What the country Is coming to. We have 
said it many times before ^nd >^e ih^lj 
continue to say it. Accidents do [jot jt^sf 
happen. They are caused. [ffr}#ff'p 
difference who is at fault Of )epf f f^ 
circumstances of the aocldeni ^pp- 
What does rrtake the big ijifffrepcff jf 
that over seven hundred f^son? bfyp 
been reduced to mere statijTics irj M^ 
days. Had that many died' jn Vifit t^ 
in the same three-day period^ if^f 
would have been pickets, niarthfff<^ 
the White House, draft c#rd burfVipgil/ 
and riotous demonstratiopi. |ut wfift 
has there been done about the violent 
deaths on the highways? 

The National Safety Council has 
blamed the deaths and countless other 
accidents and injuries on wintry weath- 
er, rushing to be with Triends or rela- 
tives for the holidays, too much mjfe- 
age for too little time, drinking drivers, 
etc. But these are merely words and 
excuses for the wholesale slaughter go- 
ing on on all types of roads. Virgirtia 
Beadi is no different. It has not been 



spaced the scene of traffic deaths in 
1965 or during the three-day period in 
questiop. Its few deaths simply help 
to make up the over seven hundred 
nationwide. 

There seems to be no answer to the 
proM^rp- Roads have been improved. 
The rriaphlnes have been improved. 
Tigid |'#ic enforcement is practiced. 
'^ yff/pver seven hundred can die in 
faffirin three days. That figure repre- 
WM Mir'y double the deaths noted 
p a r^poliday weekend. Human er- 
ror an^^oo little regard for one's self 
wi(| i^ers must be the problem. We 
SfSin to regard human life as a com- 
r(^p(jfty, not a precious thing. 

htovy we are faced with the same 
^Ituatjop again. Another three-day holi- 
day N^^efkend is upon us. This one is 
kppwn ail too well for the "Whooping 
fi up" It brings. It will be with fear and 
trepidation that we will pesure the 
names of the countless hundreds who 
willdie this weekend in traffic. Their 
deaths will be so unnecessary. 

PLEASE, drive carefully and defen- 
sively during this holiday period. 
Please do not go out with the old year. 
Try to stay around to see what 1966 
will bring. --. ■. 



boari is now lelacled. 

McOanm, a lawy« bom 
can Anne I^asa. who said be 

for Attelovemmttt bi VI 
Bea<^ nqiportad Wlntar't 
biA a^tod few ranarka to w| 
bad already beoa said. 

In the 8»smd diarter cbi^e 
sought by the cotmdl, tiie coiAil 
wMild be albwed to timm $1 sl* 
Hon to glMnl eMpMn MHs 
and m Bmtm in pMt yliUty 
boi^ Mdi ymr lAliout ta^itog 

Siler then told cmu^ ^ the 
tittp^^want to Imow what the 
(Ay does wit^ tbdr mm^, and 
st^^^tQd a rtfor^dnm wwU al- 
tow the pac^e te de^Ht m 
speodii^. Seferid ooitfcAnai 
wpAe up and snd the dty iMxild 
itiU have to hdd a pridfe bearii^ 
mi the tnatt«r and two rerittgs 
would be required in City Gookil 
bdore such an appropriatfcm cAild 
be {»»ed. By do^ awigr with the 
rd&mdam every tfma the diy 
meh maotf, M siMl the city 
between |i,OM isai |4.i00. City 
Attorney Hury Marshall said it 
costs tiie dty i^roximately |3,500 
each time a referenAim is h^d. 

lliis change in the City Charter 
wwld doid>le tile wmunt In Mch 
c^gory of bond^wUdi council 
can now iswe withM^ a refer^i- 
diffli. 

Immedl^dy alia tiie public 
tearing, council re-cwivmed and 
approved both {roposed clw^ 
on fint readii^. * 



Councilmen 



(Continued From Page Oiw) 
their own. Winter, a resident of 
Aragona Village, said the plan 
would ^ot insure equal r^res^ta-, 
tiion of tJie seven borot^ in the 
city. He said three borou^s of the 
city contain 75 per cent of the 
population and 83 per cent of the 
sdiools now buQt or proposed. 

Winter suggested council chaise 
the number of board members to 
sevai and have those iKvra dected 



Pri%mtePark 

(Cmtimied From Page (tee) 
swimming pool and bath hmise, 
three picnic shelters, wo concrete 
tennis courts and a coocr^ lias- 
ketfxill court. ^ 



Elks 



(Omtinued From Page Ooel 
ties cannot fumisn the informa- 
tion. Shand has urg^ fri^ds and 
this area now spring in Soutteast 
Asia to S0id names a^d ad 
to! Jolii J. Stbad, ^attii'1 
Virginia Beach Elks Lodge 
Jeiferson Hotd, 19th and 
Avenue, Virginia Beach, VI 

It is the hope of tiie Lodge ^t 
as many names and address^ as 
possible will be sent in immedlMe- 
ly so that the progr^pi cmjw 
rffective. , M 




spECtAL VitsHiyaroy repori; 



Tp live indairgerfd 
Wildlife 

Sy STEWART L UDAU. 
Sacratary off Infirior 



Pleas^, Npf Again 




We had thought it was all over.' In 
fact, we commented editorially on Iti 
We accepted the fact, and prepare^ tp 
abide by the wisdom of the decisloi^- 
We knew there was still the remote 
possibility of change, but thoughf the 
subject was completely dead, and 
would not Jpe revived again. I| sepp\s 
that we were wrong. 

If the naming of all future high 
schools in the City of Vlrglpia Beach 



vyorfjs, "Virgima Beach," recognized 
Jj^roughout the land, and we appreciate 
this fact. But we fail to see what having 
or not having a Virginia Beach High 
School can do for or to that image. We 
flil to see the logic of the new com- 
plaint. 

Now the entire matter has been wise- 
ly tabled until the school is nearer com- 
pletion. Just what will happen then is 
left orijy for speculation. But we cer 




causes as much ridiculous tontrpversy tainjy hpp^'fl^at the matter can even- 



as the naming of the new pne on f'ir^t 
Colonial Road already has, wi^ will b^- 
gin to wonder how anything can fy|r 
be done. 

The School Board name<^ |he yft to 
be built high school Oceana ^^ 
School, over the objections 61 thp^ 
who wished it to be Virginia ^each 
High School and those who w|S<^ie«) It 
to be R. H. Owen High School. Ihere 
was controversy. The School Board |^en 
reaffirmed its sfand and once^fppf e falpl 
it would be Oceana Nigh School, but 
giving Itself an "out" by saying jt 'cpu)d 
be changed at a later date, fpfff^ S^l? 
nnore controversy, but it soon lubsvef^. 
Then last week, It began again, with 
spokesmen from the Chamber of Com- 
merce and other places getting Into the 
act. 



ijally b^ settled to nearly everyone's 
lafisffctjon. The longer the matter 
di'ags pO/ the worse it will be when the 
tjmj? for dedsion finally comes. 

)n Remarkable city that can boast of 
Iff flrie schools, its booming construc- 
tion of honies and roads, and its good 
government, we continue to feel that 
t% wbole school-naming business has 
been blown entirely out of proportion, 
and we are becoming worried about 

^ f HP- 

Lft us resolve in 1966 to name that 
^^hc^ something or other and get it 
^ver ^ith. There are much more im- 
pwtaiit things to argue about. 

Regardless of how we feel about the 
present te*nporary rranie of the even- 
tual pernianent one, we hope it can all 



yve g^e fully cognizant of thf fact beoyerspqp, for the sake of everyone's 
that much has been said to make ifce fray<^ nerves. 



During the past 160 years, nearly 40 of Aauriea^ 
native birds and mammals have dis^peared* afanop^ 
half of them since the turn of the century. There iu^ 
now 78 different birds, maniffitds, tej^ 
tiles, fishes, and anqjl^aas && an "^ 
dangered species list" recently compil^ 
by tiie Department of Intmor, 

The Department has initiated an ^ 
dangered wildlife program that includil 
establishing refuges for some i^pecie|^ 
research aimed at beneflthig iU fidtt^ 
gered wildlife, and field biologists to 
study the most seriously threat^e| 

species in their natural hab^^i 

.X RBEARCH ON ViniDLIFI 
The primary emphasis will be on r^ 
search, imd Proddent Johnson has announced that th| 
2,670-acre Patuxent Wildlife 1t«se«|^ Center nea|r 
Laurel, Maryland, will be h^quartertf $Dr this effori 
Under the program, representative of endangeref 
birds and mammals will be broufj^t to ^tuxent 
proimgation. Young animals ^rill be o>iu|itioned ft 
survival in the wild and tihen released as additions 
existing wildlife populations. ' "* 

By July 1966, four bidogists will be fu^^ed to fielf 
investigations; lator in tlie progriio« Ih^e will fai 
twelve. ?! 

A second biolopst will be sent to the Los Padrep 
National Forest in southern Cidifomia to study tl^ 
California condor. Lttss tiian 40 of these Urds werl 
counted in a recent census. 'i 

A third biotogist will be based in South Dekdba, iaa| 
stronghold of the black-footed ferret. The bhK^-f o<|te|i 
ferret preys on prairie dogs which declined as ihj| 
original grasslands were decrtToyed. ' i 

'Die fourth field biologist will be concerned with t^ 
southeastern States. Top priority wiH go to the ivorj^ 
billed woodpecker which be|^ to dis§];p«tr w|i^ 
logs^rs invaded the southern swamps and eut ti# 
forests. * 

INTBUOIfS "ARK* 
A bilBsthat would aufhorize tibie D^Murhnent of In- 
terior to ^Hidu^in cooperation with ^e stat^ a n|^ 
(^mprehensiveTii&tionwide endangered species progifm( 
was passed by the House (Xt Beprei^itatives durbig'tl^ 
1st session of the 89ih Congr^s. Hie Demurtmral 
hopes tiiat this bill will be passed l^ tlM Seute aap 
become law during the 2nd Session. ^ 

A long time ago, a plan to save endangei^ wil 
from a universal flood led to the boUd)^ fd an 
The "ark" under construction by the DqMUrtmmt 
the Interior will not <^ntain every form of UfjL bvt 
will make an important eontrilwmn to wUI^ 
agement and it can strengthen populations of bixtis 
mammals in the wild. ^ 

Together with protective r^iulatioos and a wdl 
formed publi(^ the endangered spedM prognun 
preserve a rich heritage of living things tluit 
ttach to the naturtf 'b^ttSgr cif A&Mrfi^ ^ 




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VWi^Nlrfi SUN, rhundsKTs ^^Wfhm 80j 1965 




^ 4n aifrt bjyp and tttii r«- 

^^ Midi canm» ttw^it 4 
Mdkn (MD givefStt a b««l start 
toward o^mmiria^ tfa^. 



A^eu? Year's Resolutions 



WIH ttie new year be a hafqikr 
a^fakace for you than tbe fst- 
ceding twetve muite? 

The aittwer will undodbtedly not 
clepend on your wccen in teq^ 
nidt good r^oluticms as "itmA 
]m wt^" or "Ma mcMre sodal 
activttte." Human rdateis «- 
pens - psy€M^&$ and ik^ 
om ■^ turn {w^ntotod sfai inqor 
teas in i^ldi mm^ pei^k's atti- 
tuctes need ctea0ng. 



tkemn and ftfkre are not dh 
jbctive, ray psydnkigists; th^ «« 
1^^ subjiidive, b^^y peiwnld 
lU^ of naiad, la a ia% ibaif d 
LoQsewtves and butinesHneQ, I^. 
Pauline Stm of the Univerdty of 
CalifcHnbi bund ttirt Uk ones vHis 
M; inaiKcM^ wve thoae wlio 
had set tfadr goals eitiier too Ugi) 
« too low. 

Acom!ii$ to I^. Dmrid AOdmon 
^ Yak Univentfty. being succ^ 
!ul involves three needs : l) the 
peed for idetiian, to keep our 



aims h^ ema^ for sdf-respect; 

2) tbe need for realism, to oaks 
our ^als nMrfcMTm wKh Itfe as it is; 

3) the n^ to tolerate frustn^on, 
avoidtng a feeling of fahre by 
recognhing that "falls are part 
of tfaa race." 

Ih«. Alkinata lod Sears igree 
diAt ft b b^er for most people 
Id lowir th^ i^dbAs. A lesA ^m- 
porarily: acconifi&h theae anns 
aoA tten go on to hi^^, tut still 
r^tfste, §uh. 

liaatar yaw aulefy. K ymi wor- 
ry about everytUng from paying 
your biBs to threirt of nuclear war, 
you haw plenty of ompai^— so 
xmA, in tact, Uiat mk of the na- 
tfoA's top Miagtfines recently de- 
?oted a cav& story to '"Hie Anx- 
ious Age." P^i^atrMi and p^- 
diologiflts l^ve a word— the G&- 
man tom Aogst— for the feelings 
d fear, anxiety, and anguish th^r 
oteenre ia^ many people. 

What is the cause— and Uie solu- 
tion? According to Dr. Oswald 



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HoAium, niioae wedtfy addrenes 
ott Hie Luttieran How are heard 
by 30 millk« peofde around the 
workl, the irdkan cooms about 
because "f^ ma^ people. God 
h« wdiiied, and there is no one 
to tidce lOs j^ace. People cunot 
diiMi^guish r^t fr«n wroi% be- 
cause a Gkxl is n% there to pro- 
vide tiw standards. Peopb do not 
even know wbat makes tbem men 
because they have d^iied the God 
who made ^em. N(rt knowii^ what 
to do or what not to do, they fall 
quite naturally into a resttess sea 
cif anxiety, uncertainty and fear." 
To aU who feel this way. Dr. 
Hoffinan has an doquent answer 
in a paraphrase d ^. Paul (Phil- 
ippians 4:6-7, MSB): "Cast your 
care and anxiety upon God, and 
the peace d God v<^iich is b^^nd 
(Hir utmost understanding will 
stand guard over your hearts and 
minds in Christ Jesus." 

Invi'ove yow uidwslJndiBg of 
othen. Dr. Kiart Lewin, the fanwus 
Iowa University psychol<^ist, ad- 
vises that we try to imagiiK what 
the oth»- person's duties cm- job 
requires to gain an "inside" view 
(A what he is fteling. 

Dr. Neal Cammm. TUfts C<^ege 
{Mychtdogist, takes a similar vie^v. 
He observes Uut all acti(Mis shmild 
be balanced w cooperathre: fcx' 
instmice, ^ea (me person talks, 
the other listas; ^Arni one catries 
a load, the otiier opois the door, 
niese are sunp^ examples; fcm^ 
cMnplex kkK^ of coopo-ation — 
betweei husband and wife, bo^ 
and empfoyee — are possl^e (Mily 
when we think about the other 
person's role, and try to help hkn 
fuKiU it. 

Re-exunlae your irtlitades to- 
ward crWcisni. There would be 
fewo* hurt fedings — even, in 
many instances, fewer iKut careers 
—if nwre pe(^e view criticisra 
as an q>p(»'tunity rather than a 
tbrej^ 

Accordii^ to psychologists, when 
a person critidzes you, it some- 
times mrans that he's taken an 
active inta^ in you! In any case, 
tile mature, well-adjusted person 
win seek to beoefit from even un- 
feir criticism — looking for the 
grain of truth in it and askii^ 
himself what be can learn from it 
— instead of frantically niid)ilizbig 
his defenses to fl^t it. 

D^a you are doh^ the critkdz- 
v^, reniember tiiat ymir remaiiEs 
will be b^r received if you fii^ 
som^ing to connneiid first. 

StraiftfKa fmn^ ties. Thou^ 
the rraolutkui to ^nd nure tkhe 
wiU) tiie fanily is a comnnn one, 
very often tt's Uie (jpiality and 
n(A ttie quantity of tiidie q>eiit b>- 
ge(b«- tihat cMild stand toprove- 
ment. An evening d ^bA-IV 
wahjiing, with aU eyes ^ued to 
the screen loid convereation limit- 
ed to nKMi^ylldbles, hardly foators 
togediemess. 

Time spent together may be 
more enjoyable, and family proj- 
ects may increase in fre^otcy, 
tf you accept family memba's— 
and your occasionally negative 
feelings toward them-<ealistically. 
Tlie Lutheran Hour £^)eaker has 
dbs&niA that children dt\jsa maka 
themsdves hard to love. Parents, 
on the other hand, lay down rules 



Pace tp to wfeal's Mhtftag yot. 

4utt feritogs are uitiversal; ev«t" 
Ae who has a cmseioiee Is mttt 
ht sohieiMi^ he hn (K^ or lep 
/fflidme. R^ressed guUt wreik^ 
havoc thmisawis trf y&u% Wtim 
tffesA deKr&ed Its uidiMMiy co«- 
$0[penc%: "Wlttn 1 deite-ed n^ 
my sin,- »ld King DavM, "mf 
bo!^ wasted awav tiutM^ n^ 
groanii* aO day \m" <PM**i 
32:8, RSV) 

■ae first 8^, as both psycho^ 
^ts and clergjFiaeQ will tdl ym^ 
is to bring th»e nM«iARtdb% 
lednp out iirto 1^ (^>en. ^bnl 
to yomidf, evra tf to no one e^, 
that you have falla painty Aort 
of htXB% the ptfsoo you'd Uk to 
be-tfien, seek a s(riirtkxi. Tot 
many, faitt is the ttwwor. bi a 
recent semnn en The l4]Mwran 
Hour. Dr. HoMnann tdd Ms au- 
(Hence: "ff ft were not for God. wf 
woukl have to Uve w^ tt^ ffift 
lof ours." 

Ntae (rf dicie resolutfoia is eas|^. 
But tf you tackle even one or two 
of tbem. you m^ ftod eack year 
a "H^9pier New Year" tium t}* 
(»e that went before. 




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Obituaries 



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lUMHon 



Gifts Set A 
New Record 

BLACKSBIJRG, Va. - Itje Vir- 
ginia Tech Student Aid Associa- 
tion has received a new record in 
gi^ from the university's tlhasak 
and frloxis. 

Ilie aisoclatun has reeled 
$104,800 from all sources as com- 
pared with nearly $101,000 last 
year. Of this, more than IM.000 
has b